Puget Sound to host three-day Logger Invitational

Puget Sound to host three-day Logger Invitational

TACOMA, Washington – The Puget Sound men's and women's swim teams welcome seven schools to Wallace Pool for the Logger Invitational, Nov. 30 – Dec. 2. Finals events are scheduled for 7 p.m. Friday, 5 p.m. Saturday, and 4 p.m. Sunday.

 

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Their last meet

Both Puget Sound swim teams won their most recent meet at Pacific, Nov. 16. The Logger women beat the Boxers, 127-62, while the men won, 108-44. Brett Kolb won three individual events for the Logger men, while Kelli Callahan also won three individual events for the Logger women.

 

Callahan doubles up

Puget Sound junior Kelli Callahan earned her second Northwest Conference Student-Athlete of the Week honor this season following the Logger women's win at Pacific (Nov. 16). Callahan won three individual events to lead the Loggers to a 127-62 win at Pacific (Nov. 16). Callahan won the 200-backstrone (2:13.16), 200-freestyle (1:59.30), and the 200-butterfly (2:15.06). Callahan was previously named the NWC Student-Athlete of the Week following Puget Sound's wins against Lewis & Clark and Linfield.

 

Last year's Logger Invitational

The Puget Sound women's swim team took second place in the 2017  Logger Invitational, and the Logger men placed fourth overall. Dylan Reimers won the men's 1,650-freestyle by touching the wall in 16:15.11, and  Ian Conery finished second in the men's 100-breastroke (59.39). Kelli Callahan won the women's 400-individual medley by timing in at 4:33.14. She also won the 100-breaststroke with a time of 1:06.40.

 

Looking ahead

Following this weekend, the Loggers' next meet will be in 2019 at Whittier, Jan. 8.