November 10, 2012

Loggers Sweep Linfied In NWC Dual

MCMINNVILLE, Ore. – The Puget Sound swim teams came away with another pair of wins in a Northwest Conference dual meet at Linfield. The Logger men stayed undefeated with a 149-56 win while the women's team improved to 4-1 with a 121-84 win.

The Loggers started off the day with a pair of victories in the 400 medley relay. Ann Barrington and Teale Kitson then swept the 1000 free for the Loggers. Kitson led a 1-2-3 effort in the men's race.

Melissa Norrish and Jere Jeremikj kept the Loggers rolling as each led their respective heats in the 200 free. Ava Williams win the 50 free for the women's team while Keven Henley led another 1-2-3 Logger effort in the 50 free.

After Linfield picked up event wins in each of the 200 IM events, Norrish picked up her second event win in the 200 fly. Derek Frenzel then led the third 1-2-3 effort of the day for the Logger men in the men's heat. Clayton Jacobson led the same strong effort for the men's team in the 100 free and picked up the event win.

Sam Anders then led a podium sweep for the women's team in the 200 back while Henley picked up his second event win of the day in the men's heat of the 200 back. Frenzel picked up his second win of the day in 500 free before Tracy Wormwood's 2:35.20 was tops in the 200 breast.

Linfield took the 400 free relay on the women's side but the Logger men again emerged victorious.

The Loggers head down to Claremont-Mudd-Scripps next weekend for a two-day dual meet, starting on Nov. 16.



Derek Frenzel
Moscow, Idaho
Moscow HS

Sophomore Derek Frenzel burst on to the scene as a freshman in 2010-11. He not only earned a bid to the NCAA Championships but came away with All-America Honorable Mention. Frenzel now looks to be a leader for the Logger swim teams on his way back to the NCAA Championships. “I expect myself to lead by example and to always encourage others to do whatever they can to make our team successful. It takes a lot of commitment to the sport, the team, and the school to be successful in and out of the pool.”