Swimming and Diving Leads Iowa State after Day One
Feb. 3, 2006
LAWRENCE, Kan. – The University of Kansas swimming and diving team leads Iowa State, 91-59 after the first of a two-day dual at Beyer Hall in Ames, Iowa. Kansas will complete the two-day dual against the Cyclones Saturday at 10 a.m.
The `Hawks took the top spot in the 200 medley relay. Junior Jenny Short, freshman Danielle Herrmann, senior Lindsey Urbatchka and sophomore Terri Schramka combined to finish the race in 1:46.74. Kansas also had a team place third with a time of 1:50.43.
Freshman Molly Brammer finished the 800 free with a time of 8:11.07. Junior Lia Pogioli finished second (8:11.62) and sophomore Lindsay Herre finished fifth (8:32.42). Short won the 50 back with a time of 27.19. Sophomores Lauren Bonfe and Allie Rubino finished second (27.38) and fifth (29.02), respectively.
Senior co-captain Gina Gnatzig won the 150 free with a time of 1:22.77. Schramka finished third with a time of 1:22.84 and junior Bri Brotherson finished fourth with a time of 1:25.58. Herrmann took the top spot in the 50 breast with a time of 29.97. Freshman Rhynn Malloy and sophomore Nikki Maples came in fourth (32.29) and fifth (33.25), respectively.
Kansas earned a second place finish from senior co-captain Emily Rusch in the 150 fly with a time of 1:33.33. Freshman Ashley Leidigh took third with a time of 1:33.61 and junior Emily Knopp took fifth (1:35.94).
In the final race of the day, Herrmann earned a second place finish in the 100 IM. The Itsaca, Ill., native finished the race in 1:00.60. Gnatzig finished fourth (1:01.36) and Rusch finished fifth (1:01.39).
In diving action, junior Shelby Noonan finished second scoring 248.32 points. Senior Robyn Karlage finished third with 231.14 points and senior Casey Topol finished fourth with 230.77 points.
For complete results following Saturday’s competition go to www.kuathletics.com.
Saturday’s Schedule of Events:
3-Meter Diving Finals