TACOMA, Wash. – The Puget Sound swim teams came away with a pair of wins over visiting Lewis & Clark o Saturday at Wallace Pool. Derek Frenzel, Jere Jeremikj and Melissa Norrish each brought in a pair of event wins in the dual meet.
Frenzel began his day with a 8:52.79 in the 800 free to win by 30 seconds over his nearest competitor. Later in the day, his 4:17.64 was nearly 20 seconds better than the rest of the field to win the 400 free. Jeremikj earned his wins in the 200 free with a 1:59.80 and the 200 fly with a 2:19.49. The Loggers finished 1-2-3 behind Jeremikj in the 200 free.
Clayton Jacobson led a 1-2-3 effort for the Loggers in the 50 free as did Teale Kitson in the 200 back. Keven Henley earned another event win in the 100 free for the Loggers as they captured wins in nine of the 11 events.
Norrish swam a 2:17.06 in the 200 free to touch just over one second before fellow Logger Ava Williams to capture the event win. Her 2:34.49 in the 200 fly led a 1-2-3 effort in the event.
Auri Clark was the winner in the 200 IM, followed by Sam Anders. Anders took her own event win in the 200 back with a 2:32.81. Tracy Wormwood then took the Loggers last win with a 2:49.40 in the 200 breast.
Rachel Cazden and Monica Castro led the Pios with two event wins a piece.
The Loggers head out on the road next week for a pair of duals, starting with Willamette on Friday.