Womens Swimming

Stanford 147, Washington State 104

Date of competition: Thursday, October 3, 2013

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Pac-12 Conference
at Stanford 147, Washington State 104
200 medley relay
1, Stanford (Thayer, Olsen, Lee, Schaefer) 1:41.83
2, Stanford (DiRado, Haase, Stafford, Whitford) 1:43.72
3, Washington State (Johansson, Sullenberger, Mand, Love) 1:47.75
1,000 free
1, Andie Taylor (Stanford) 9:57.89
2, Allison Brown (Stanford) 10:18.70
3, Fiona Majeau (Stanford) 10:34.13
200 free
1, Felicia Lee (Stanford) 1:49.82
2, Lia Neal (Stanford) 1:51.65
3, Julia Anderson (Stanford) 1:52.31
100 back
1, Maddy Schaefer (Stanford) 55.13
2, Emma Johansson (Washington State) 57.32
3, Nicole Stafford (Stanford) 57.39
100 breast
1, Sarah Haase (Stanford) 1:03.97
2, KC Moss (Stanford) 1:05.54
3, Frederikke Hall (Washington State) 1:06.10
200 fly
1, Kirstie Chen (Stanford) 2:03.62
2, MacKenzie Stein (Stanford) 2:04.14
3, Elise Locke (Washington State) 2L04.95
50 free
1, Felicia Lee (Stanford) 23.55
2, Lia Neal (Stanford) 23.79
3, Haley Rose Love (Washington State) 24.32
100 free
1, Maddy Schaefer (Stanford) 50.33
2, Lia Neal (Stanford) 50.55
3, Nicole Proulx (Washington State) 52.1
200 back
1, Maya DiRado (Stanford) 1:59.60
2, Annemarie Thayer (Stanford) 2:01.71
3, Kelly Tannhauser (Washington State) 2:06.44
200 breast
1, Katie Olsen (Stanford) 2:17.56
2, KC Moss (Stanford) 2:19.70
3, Presley Wetterstrom (Washington State) 2:21.51
Records: Stanford 1-0 (2-0); Washington State 0-1 (0-1)

posted by Rick on Oct 3, 2013 at 7:26 pm

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