Swimming & Diving Heads North for UC Davis Dual Meet
Oct. 19, 2017
SAN DIEGO -
The San Diego State swimming and diving team
The Aztecs, winners of 16 consecutive dual meets, are familiar with the Aggies squad in 2017-18, having competed against them in the Nevada Relays on Sept. 30. The Aztecs finished second in the meet with 152 points – 50 points higher than third-place UC Davis.
Most recently, the Aztecs recorded a strong performance at the Chick-fil-A Invitational in Fresno, California, placing second among the field of five teams. The Aztecs finished ahead of three Mountain West programs, including Nevada, Fresno
McKenna Meyer has been one of the many bright spots for the Aztecs this season, as her season-best 1.51.59 in the 200 free, 4:57.36 in the 500 free, 10:23.23 in
Caitlin Delaney’s time of 1:04.69 in the 100 breast at the Chick-fil-A Invitational is the top time in the MW this year. Delaney’s time of 30.77 in the 50 breast in the season-opening pentathlon against San Diego is the
On the diving board, Alexandra Caplan’s score of 279.40 at the Chick-fil-A Invitational is the second best 1-meter score in the MW.
Following the square-off with UC Davis, the Aztec divers will head to Los Angeles from Nov. 10-12 for the Trojan Invite at Southern California. The Aztec Aquaplex sees its first action of the year from Nov. 16-18 with the A3 Invitational hosted by UC San Diego.