Frogs Pick Up A Pair of Wins Over Louisiana-Monroe

Senior Craig Chapman won three events to lead the Frogs to a 124-112 victory over ULM.

Senior Craig Chapman won three events to lead the Frogs to a 124-112 victory over ULM.

Nov. 5, 2004


Lafayette, La. - The TCU men and women's swimming and diving teams picked up a pair of victories on Friday afternoon at Louisiana-Monroe. The men won a tight dual 124-112 over the Indians, who are ranked No. 1 in the NCAA Division I mid-major poll, while the women defeated ULM, 98-76.

On the men's side, senior Craig Chapman led the team as he won three individual events for the Frogs. Swimming in his first event of the season, Chapman won the 200-yard freestyle in 1:42.96 seconds to narrowly beat teammate Yousif Del Valle, who finished second in 1:43.12. The senior then won back-to-back events as he took home the title in the 200-yard backstroke by more than three seconds with a time of 1:51.62. In the next event, the senior won the 500-yard freestyle with a time of 4:43.97.

Junior Kelly McCain had a solid day as he swept the diving events in the meet. The Frogs lone diver finished with 326.40 points, the second best total in TCU history, to win the 1-meter and followed it up with 276.08 points in the 3-meter to finish the sweep.

In the women's action, TCU won seven of the 13 events on the day. Senior Aimee Moreau led the team as she won a pair of individual events and was a member of the winning 400-medley relay. In the 50-yard freestyle, the senior finished with a time of 25.24 seconds to take the top honors. Later in the meet, Moreau took home the win in the 100-free with a time of 54.28 seconds. In the relay, sophomores Keleigh Wentworth, Maggie Skille and Tara Sullivan teamed with the senior to finish with a time of 4:05.46.

The Frogs will return to action on Saturday at Centenary. The meet will begin at noon in the Haynes Fitness Center Pool.



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