TCU H2O Women Earn Fourth Win of the Season

Freshman Tara Sullivan helped the Frogs to their fourth victory tonight.

Freshman Tara Sullivan helped the Frogs to their fourth victory tonight.

Nov. 13, 2003

Complete Results

The TCU women's swim team own a 4-1 record after a triumph over North Texas tonight, scoring 139 to the Mean Green's 102.

Several Frogs experimented in different events during the night while the Mean Green took the top spot in many events; TCU managed to still swipe the remaining spots to gather more points. Sophomore Kelly Seely, already a two-time C-USA Diver of the Week this season, won both the one meter and three meter dive, with senior Codi McLamb and freshman Whitney Wheeler closing out the sweep for the top three. Senior Erin Irons claimed the 200 IM crown in 2:12.95, freshman Karen Sandifer and sophomore Jennifer Antisdale finishing two-three, respectively. Sandifer took the top spot in the 100 butterfly in 1:00.94 with junior Aimee Moreau and sophomore Meredith Loechle rounding out the TCU top three monopoly. Freshman Tara Sullivan finished first in the 100 free in 54.44. Freshman Maggie Skille earned her first collegiate victory, winning the 100 breaststroke in 1:09.89.

Bethany Pipes and Jaime Hosner both earned two individual victories apiece for the Mean Green.

"We're happy to win over a much improved North Texas team," Coach Richard Sybesma said after the meet. "Tara Sullivan and Karen Sandifer did well for us tonight. We placed really well and we're happy to be four and one now."

Both the women and the men host University of Louisiana-Monroe and Centenary tomorrow at 6 p.m. CDT in the University Recreation Center. The women are 4-1 and the men are 3-0.

 

 


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