Logger women win NWC Sprints, men place second

Logger women win NWC Sprints, men place second

TACOMA, Washington – The Puget Sound men's and women's teams flipped places in the Northwest Conference Sprints hosted by Whitworth Saturday.


On Friday, the Logger men placed first and the women finished second in the NWC Relays. Saturday, the women finished first in the NWC Springs, and the men finished second.

Two-time NWC Women's Swimmer of the Year Kelli Callahan claimed a handful of top-three finishes. She won the 100-IM (1:01.09), placed second in the 50-butterfly (27.77), and second in the breaststroke (31.65).

Calista Skog was second in the 100-IM (1:02.29), and she won the 50-butterfly (26.95). Skog took another second-place finish in the 50-backstroke (28.84), and added another victory in the 50-freestyle (24.78).

In men's competition, Dylan Reimers won the 100-IM (56.06), while Eli Champagne took third in the event (56.52). Champagne claimed first place in the 50-butterfly (24.05).

Matthew Cole touched the wall first in the 50-freestyle (21.74), and Brett Kolb placed third in the same race (22.59).

Puget Sound's next competition is a Northwest Conference dual at Lewis & Clark, Nov. 1.