The three-day Logger Invitational begins Friday

The three-day Logger Invitational begins Friday

TACOMA, Washington – Wallace Pool will be packed this weekend when the Puget Sound men's and women's swim teams host the Logger Invitational, Dec. 6 – 8.


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Puget Sound women's senior Calista Skog earned her secibd Northwest Conference Student-Athlete of the Week nod of the season following the Loggers' dual against NCAA D-I Seattle University (Nov. 23). Skog won three individual races. She was the first to touch the wall in the 50-freestyle (24.56), 100-freestyle (53.37), and 100-butterfly (58.87). Skog also teamed up with Maddie KrizIzzy Hendryx, and Kai Haven to finish second in the 200-freestyle relay (1:41.90).


Better than holding their own

The Logger women won eight races against D-I Seattle U. In addition to Skog's outstanding meet, Izzy Hendryx and Kai Haven were on the first-place 200-medley relay team (1:53.00) with Lilia Jackson and Kelli Callahan. Hendryx also took first place in the 100-backstroke (58.96). Callahan earned a first-place finish in both the 200-freestyle (1:56.10) and the  500-freetsyle (5:17.40).


Well rested

The Logger men last competed in a 136-43 NWC dual win against Pacific (Nov. 16). Dylan Reimers won both the 100-backstroke (54.74) and the 400-IM (4:20.55). He won the 200-medley relay (1:39.49) along with Eric MarkewitzEli Champagne, and Matthew Cole. Cole won the 50-freestyle (21.39), and Justin Sasano won the 100-freestyle (49.36).