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Jackrabbits edged by UND

Courtesy: SDSU Sports Info
Release: 02/01/2014 18:04:37
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The University of North Dakota won the final two events to pull away for a 158-142 victory over South Dakota State in a women’s swimming and diving dual Saturday afternoon at the Stanley J. Marshall HPER Center.

Tied at 130 entering the last two events, Erin Grabanski gave UND the lead by winning the 200-yard individual medley in 2 minutes, 9.61 seconds. UND then sealed the dual with a win in the 200 freestyle relay.

Emily Campbell was a two-time winner for the Jackrabbits, sweeping the breaststroke events. Campbell won the 100-yard race in 1:06.41, followed by a win in the 200-yard race with a time of 2:23.70. She also was a part of the Jackrabbits’ winning 200 medley relay to open the dual, teaming with Samantha Prasher, Nicole Grimit and Devonne Dalin for a time of 1:49.36.

Grimit added a victory in the 100 butterfly, clocking a winning time of 58.77 seconds.

Senior Andee Budahl paced SDSU in the distance events, winning the 1,000 freestyle in 10:26.40 and placing second in the 500 free with a time of 5:11.54.

Olivia Olesiak rounded out the winning efforts for the Jackrabbit effort by claiming the 3-meter diving competition with a score of 236.10 points.

The Jackrabbits ended their dual season with 4-7 overall record. SDSU resumes competition next weekend at the Minnesota Challenge in Minneapolis.

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