PARKLAND, Wash. – The University of Puget Sound swim teams wrapped up their duals seasons with a sweep of Pacific Lutheran on Friday. The Logger women tallied a 157-86 win while the men won 160-83.
The Loggers combined to win 22 of 26 events in the meet, including all four relays. Freshman Derek Frenzel continued to impress as he led the Loggers with three individual wins. He won the 200 free (1:49.34), the 200 fly (2:00.27) and 100 fly (54.53) to help the Loggers to their second straight dual victory.
Six different Loggers came away victorious in multiple events. Mackenzie and Teale Kitson swept the 100 back for the Loggers as Mackenzie won the women’s event and Teale took the men’s event. Mackenzie also won the 200 back while Teale took first in the 500 free.
Tracy Wormwood came away with a sweep of the breaststroke events while Kelsey Elizondo won the 200 IM and the 200 fly to help lead the women past the Lutes. Adam Ganz was the final Logger to win multiple events with titles in the 50 free and 100 free.
The Loggers will take the next three weeks to prepare for the NWC Championships on Feb. 25 in Gresham, Ore.