SEATTLE, Wash. - Taking the pool for the first time in 2009-10, the Puget Sound Loggers faced off against the Seattle Redhawks in a NCAA relay meet on Saturday afternoon at the Connolly Center in Seattle, Wash.
The Redhawks, who are currently in their second year of transition to NCAA Division I, took first in each of the 20 relay events but the Loggers showed promise heading into the new season.
In the first men's event of the day, the Loggers swam tough, taking second in the 300 Yard Medley Relay with a time of 2:40.90, just 1.04 second behind Seattle. The Loggers took second in five of the 10 men's events .
In the women's portion, Puget Sound took second in six of 10 events. Their closest race came in the second 300 Medley Relay, finishing just over four seconds behind Seattle U.
The Loggers will play host to a talented group of alumni on Saturday for the Don Duncan Alumni Meet before returning to competition on Oct. 24 when they play host to Simon Fraser.