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UND too strong for the Jackrabbits in the pool

Courtesy: SDSU Sports Info
Release: 02/01/2014 17:57:18
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The University of North Dakota set three pool records en route to a 170.5-129.5 victory over South Dakota State in a men’s swimming and diving dual Saturday afternoon at the Stanley J. Marshall HPER Center Pool.

UND opened the meet by setting a pool record in the 200-yard medley relay as the team of Adam Gannon, Austin Smith, Colin MacQuarrie and Noah Lucas clocked a winning time of 1 minute, 33.78 seconds.

Lucas later set an individual pool record in the 200 freestyle with a time of 1:42.06, then anchored UND’s winning 200 freestyle relay in the final event of the day, teaming with Gannon, MacQuarrie and Dan Jacobson for a time of 1:23.96.

Five different Jackrabbits claimed event titles. Wil Hogue led SDSU in the sprints, winning the 50 freestyle in 21.05 seconds and placing second in the 100 with a time of 47.33 seconds.

Other event winners in the swimming events were senior Phil Albu in the 100 backstroke, :52.47; Alex McLain in the 200 backstroke, 1:55.90 , and Chris Angerhofer in the 1,000 freestyle, 9:49.52.

In the diving events, Connor Florand continued his strong junior season by winning the 3-meter competition with a score of 312.08, followed by senior teammate Clark Kocourek at 308.11. Florand later finished second in 1-meter diving with 302.63 points.

Saturday’s competition was the final dual of the season for the Jackrabbits, who finished with a 2-5 record. SDSU resumes competition next weekend at the Minnesota Challenge in Minneapolis.

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