Loggers triumphant in first home meet of the season

Loggers triumphant in first home meet of the season

TACOMA, Washington – The Puget Sound men's and women's swim teams had a strong start to their home seasons as both Logger squads beat Lewis & Clark in the first Northwest Conference dual of the year. The Puget Sound men won, 124-79, and the Logger women were victorious by a score of 120-85.


Dylan Reimers won both the men's 200-yard freestyle (1:47.27) and the 100-backstroke (55.31). Eli Champagne also won two individual events: the 400-IM (4:43.23) and the 100-butterfly (52.65) 

Both Reimers and Reimers were on the victorious 200-medley relay team (1:39.44) with Ian Conery and Ethan Done. Individually, Conery won the 100-breastroke (1:01.45). Matthew Cole won the 50-freestyle by timing in at 21.74. 

In women's races, Kelli Callahan won three individual events: the 400-IM (4:35.37), the 500-freestyle (5:20.24), and the 100-breaststroke (1:07.61). Calista Skog won two individual events for the Loggers. She touched the wall first in both the 200-freestyle (1:59.63) and the 100-freestyle (54.32).

Skog teamed up with Kai Haven, Maddie Kriz, and Erin Jenkins to win the 200-freestyle relay (1:42.10). Aza Veroheven earned a win in the 100-backstroke, timing in at 1:01.90.

Puget Sound remains at home to host Linfield Saturday, Nov. 3, at 1 p.m.