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SDSU Swimming and Diving Downs New Mexico, 189-111

Junior Stella Karoly was one of six Aztecs who won an individual event on Tuesday.
Junior Stella Karoly was one of six Aztecs who won an individual event on Tuesday.

Nov. 15, 2005

Complete Results

SAN DIEGO - The San Diego State swimming and diving team got out to a fast start, winning the 200-yard medley relay and its next four individual events en route to a 189-111 triumph over New Mexico on Tuesday afternoon at Ray and Joan Kroc Community Center. Despite competing for the third time in five days, the Aztecs (1-3, 1-3 Mountain West Conference) won 10 individual and two relay events, and had 11 athletes set season-best marks.

Sophomores Diana MacManus and Lindsay Hnyda, and juniors Stella Karoly and Kimberlee Frith set the tone for SDSU, teaming up for a victory in the 200 medley relay with a time of 1 minute, 50.62 seconds in the first event of the meet. The Aztecs would go on to win the 1,000 freestyle, 200 free, 100 backstroke and 100 breaststroke before the Lobos (0-4, 0-4 MWC) got their first win in the 200 butterfly.

Freshman Kendal Twilling paced SDSU with three victories in the three races she competed in. She set season-best times in the 100 breast (1:08.77), 200 breast (2:25.92) and 200 individual medley (2:11.09).

The Aztecs also received a pair of first-place finishes from Frith and MacManus. Frith set a season team-best time in the 100 free (53.29) after winning the 200 free in 1:55.27 earlier in the day, while MacManus continued her dominance in the 100 back, clocking a 59.13. This season in the 100 back, MacManus has compiled a 65-3 record against her opponents and is 23-1 in MWC dual meets. She added a win in the 200 back (2:08.85).

Karoly won the 100 fly (1:00:00), while senior Samantha Peters (50 free, 24.73) and freshman Rosalie Raymond (1,000 free, 10:33.45) recorded season-best times in their respective races.

In the meet's final race, the quartet of Peters, senior Emily Schmied, Karoly and Frith won the 400 free relay (3:35.97) in SDSU's fastest time of the season, edging out New Mexico's relay team by 0.13 seconds (3:36.10).

The Aztecs will be away from competition until Dec. 2, when they travel to Colorado Springs, Colo., for a meet against Colorado College and McMurray of Texas at 4 p.m.

SDSU 189, New Mexico 111
at Ray and Joan Kroc Community Center, San Diego, Calif.

SDSU Top Three Individual Results Only
50 Free
1. Samantha Peters, 24.73 (Season Best)

100 Free
1. Kimberlee Frith, 53.29 (SB)
2. Samantha Peters, 54.02 (SB)

200 Free
1. Kimberlee Frith, 1:55.27 (SB)
2. Emily Schmied, 1:55.98 (SB)

500 Free
2. Emily Parker, 5:07.23 (SB)
3. Rosalie Raymond, 5:11.80

1,000 Free
1. Rosalie Raymond, 10:33.45 (SB)
2. Emily Parker, 10:38.04
3. Sarah Davis, 10:56.52 (SB)

100 Back
1. Diana MacManus, 59.13
3. Katie Smith, 1:00.86

200 Back
1. Diana MacManus, 2:08.85
2. Katie Smith, 2:10.38

100 Breast
1. Kendal Twilling, 1:08.77 (SB)
2. Lindsay Hnyda, 1:08.78 (SB)
3. Emily Pool, 1:09.59

200 Breast
1. Kendal Twilling, 2:25.92 (SB)
2. Lizette Patterson, 2:26.20 (SB)
3. Lindsay Hnyda, 2:29.17

100 Fly
1. Stella Karoly, 1:00.00
2. Emily Schmied, 1:00.28

200 Fly
2. Stella Karoly, 2:09.12 (SB)

200 Individual Medley
1. Kendall Twilling, 2:11.09
3. Lizette Patterson, 2:14.20

200 Medley Relay
1. MacManus, Hnyda, Karoly, Frith, 1:50.62
3. Smith, Patterson, Ra. Rife, Peters, 1:51.63

400 Free Relay
1. Peters, Schmied, Karoly, Frith, 3:35.97 (SB)

1-Meter Diving
2. Megan Flanagan, 207.51

3-Meter Diving
3. Joelle Felton, 204.40