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Tennessee Splits Meet at Louisville



Oct. 24, 2013

Results


Between the men's and women's competition, Tennessee won three of four diving events.

"It was similar to last week, mixed reviews a bit," Tennessee diving coach Dave Parrington said. "We responded pretty well to our first test on the road. Starting off with the women's 3 meter and men's 1 meter, when you arrive, it's a little tougher. The men were a little more consistent on 1 meter, but it's harder to start off the 3 meter when you arrive. The results for the women reflect that."

Sophomore Mauricio Robles swept the 1-meter and 3-meter springboard competitions for the second time this season. He posted a score over 390 on the 3-meter board for the third time already this season, winning in 390.22. He also won the 1 meter with a 6-dive score of 328.35.

"I'm really happy for Mauricio. He was a model of consistency today," Parrington said. "It seemed like he dove a little better this week, even though the score on 1 meter was lower than last week."

Freshmen Michael Howell (3rd - 1 meter; 4th - 3 meter) and Lee Fullam (5th - 1 meter; 6th - 3 meter) were the second and third finishers for the UT men in the diving events.

On the women's side, senior Tori Lamp won the 1-meter competition with a score of 296.32 and was followed by sophomore Sam Lera, who finished second with 269.32. Lamp, the 2013 national diver of the year, competed on the 3-meter board for the first time this season and took second (288.53).

"It was good to see Tori back on 3 meter," Parrington said. "Her inconsistency is just a lack of regular 3-meter training. She threw a new dive on 3 meter, which was also good to see. She has not used that dive since injuring her shoulder her freshman year.

Lera finished fourth on 3 meter (286.87). Freshman Gaffney Taylor was fourth on 1 meter and sixth on 3 meter).

LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- The Tennessee swimming and diving team split the dual meet Thursday against Louisville, with the UT women winning and men losing on the road.

The UT women (3-0) swept all five freestyle races and won 10 of 16 contests to defeat the Cardinals 170-130.

Meanwhile, the men picked up nine event victories but did not match Louisville's depth race for race in a 167.5-132.5 loss.

Senior Lindsay Gendron and junior Molly Hannis helped lead the charge for the Tennessee women. Gendron won both the 200- and 500-yard freestyle races, while Hannis placed first in her familiar 100 and 200 breaststroke events by wide margins.

Three Tennessee men supplied six of the team's nine wins. Sophomore Sean Lehane won the 100 and 200 backstroke for the second meet in a row, and freshman David Heron did the same in the 500 and 1,000 freestyle. In the diving well, sophomore Mauricio Robles swept the 1-meter and 3-meter springboard competitions.

INSIDE THE WOMEN'S RACES

As she has her entire career, Gendron collected multiple individual race wins for Tennessee en route to the road victory.

Gendron started her day with a victory in the 200 freestyle (1 minute, 48.15 seconds) and followed that later in the meet with a win in the 500 freestyle (4:53.58), two races she won last week in UT's SEC win over South Carolina. She also finished second in the 200 IM in 2:03.41.

Tennessee eventually won all five freestyle events. In addition to Gendron's two wins, sophomore Lauren Driscoll placed first in the 1,000 freestyle (10:01.16), sophomore Faith Johnson won the 50 freestyle (22.98) and senior Kate McNeilis was tops in the 100 freestyle (51.05).

Sophomore Harper Bruens added to Tennessee's scoring by taking second in both the 50 and 100 freestyle

Junior Molly Hannis was another multi-event winner for Tennessee, taking the 100 breaststroke (1:00.94) and the 200 breaststroke (2:13.66).

The UT women also won the 200 medley relay in 1:42.00.

INSIDE THE MEN'S RACES

In the pool, the Tennessee men were led again by sophomore Sean Lehane and freshman David Heron, who scored two wins each for the Vols.

Lehane won both backstroke races for the second consecutive week. He reached the wall first in the 100 backstroke in 48.75 seconds, and he later won the 200 backstroke in 1:45.43.

Heron swept the long-distance freestyle races again, just as he did against South Carolina. He won the 1,000 freestyle in 9:20.17. Near the end of the meet, he won the 500 freestyle in 4:32.08.

Freshman Luke Percy won the 50 freestyle in 20.38. He nearly won the 100 freestyle as well, but he was beaten out by one hundredth of a second by 200 freestyle NCAA champion Joao De Lucca.

Junior Tristan Slater won the 200 individual medley in 1:50.69 and chipped in points for UT in his other two events. He was second in the 200 butterfly (1:50.35) and third in the 200 breaststroke (2:03.79).

Tennessee ended the day on a high note by winning the last three events of the meet, including the 400 freestyle relay to close the night. The team of Percy, Sam Rairden, Troy Tillman and Lehane finished in 2:57.86.

RESULTS

Men's Results
200 medley relay: 1. Louisville, 1:28.96; 2. Tennessee, 1:29.46

1000 Free: 1. David Heron, UT, 9:20.17 ... 3. Sam Petersen, UT, 9:33.30; 4. Bryce BeVier, UT, 9:36.76; 5. Trevor Leland, UT, 9:50.72.

200 Free: 1. Joao De Lucca, UL, 1:37.44 ... 5. Sam Rairden, UT, 1:41.63 .. 7. Gustav Aberg Ledjstrom, UT, 1:42.35.

100 Back: 1. Sean Lehane, UT, 48.75 ... 5. Jimmy Dagley, UT, 50.81 ... 7. Carl Svagerko, UT, 52.87; 8. Timothy Wylie, UT, 52.92.

100 Breast: 1. Kameron Chastain, UL, 54.43 ... 4. Renato Prono, UT, 57.01; 5. Ross Dibblin, UT, 57.12 ... 7. Austin Hirstein, UT, 1:01.17.

200 Fly: 1. Josh Quallen, UL, 1:48.94; 2. Tristan Slater, UT, 1:50.35 ... 6. Ryan Signorin, UT, 1:54.01; 7. Drew Peterson, UT, 1:55.99; 8. Ben Myhre, UT, 1:56.03.

50 Free: 1. Luke Percy, 20.38 ... 4. Chris Sadsad, UT, 20.82; 5. Troy Tillman, UT, 20.95 ... 8. Ryan McFall, UT, 22.21.

1-Meter: 1. Mauricio Robles, UT, 328.35 ... 3. Michael Howell, UT, 269.99 ... 5. Lee Fullam, UT, 205.05.

100 Free: 1. Joao De Lucca, UL, 44.02; 2. Luke Percy, UT, 44.03 ... 6. Troy Tillman, UT, 46.15; 7. Sam Rairden, UT, 46.19; 8. Jacob Thulin, UT, 46.97.

200 Back: 1. Sean Lehane, UT, 1:45.43 ... 6. Jimmy Dagley, UT, 1:50.54; 7. Gustav Aberg Ledjstrom, UT, 1:57.12; 8. Austin Hirstein, UT, 2:00.58.

200 Breast: 1. Thomas Dahlia, UL, 2:01.29 ... 3. Tristan Slater, UT, 2:03.79; 4. Ross Dibblin, UT, 2:04.64 ... 7. Renato Prono, UT, 2:14.31; 8. Trevor Leland, UT, 2:16.93.

500 Free: 1. David Heron, UT, 4:32.08 ... 4. Ryan Signorin, UT, 4:38.66 ... 6. Sam Petersen, UT, 4:44.06; 7. Bryce BeVier, UT, 4:44.86.

100 Fly: 1. Josh Quallen, UL, 49.23 ... 3. Jacob Thulin, UT, 49.99; 5. Chris Sadsad, UT, 50.53; 6. Sam Rairden, UT, 50.63 ... 8. Ryan McFall, UT, 53.41.

3-Meter: 1. Mauricio Robles, UT, 390.22 ... 4. Michael Howell, UT, 277.05 ... 6. Lee Fullam, UT, 208.65

200 IM: 1. Tristan Slater, UT, 1:50.69 ... 6. Ben Myhre, UT, 1:56.37; 7. Ryan Signorin, UT, 1:58.75; 8. Drew Peterson, UT, 2:00.92.

400 FR: 1. Tennessee, 2:57.86; 2. Louisville, 2:58.39.

Women's Results
200 medley relay: 1. Tennessee, 1:42.00; 2. Louisville, 1:42.40

1000 Free: 1. Lauren Driscoll, UT, 10:01.16; 2. Camryne Morris, UT, 10:05.34 ... 4. Madeline Tegner, UT, 01:08.78 ... EX Morgan Dickson, UT, 10:17.38

200 Free: 1. Lindsay Gendron, UT, 1:48.15 ... 3. Mary Griffith, UT, 1:51.12 ... 6. Caroline Finkbeiner, UT, 1:53.44 ... 8. Grace Anne Sanderson, UT, 1:56.40.

100 Back: 1. Lauren Solernou, UT, 55.48 ... 4. Christina Leander, UT, 56.41; 5. Kate McNeilis, UT, 56.78; 6. Anna DeMonte, UT, 56.93

100 Breast: 1. Molly Hannis, UT, 1:00.94 ... 5. Colleen Callahan, UT, 1:06.46; 6. Erin Gaeckle, UT, 1:07.66

200 Fly: 1. Tanja Kylliainen, UL, 1:57.12; 2. Heather Lundstrom, UT, 1:58.63 ... 4. Michelle Cefal, UT, 2:04.38; 5. Patricia Forrester, UT, 2:04.71; 6. Madeline Tegner, UT, 2:04.91

50 Free: 1. Faith Johnson, UT, 22.98; 2. Harper Bruens, UT, 23.52; 3. Cherelle Thompson, UT, 23.86 ... EX Heather Kiger, UT, 34.88.

1-meter: 1. Tori Lamp, UT, 296.78; 2. Sam Lera, UT, 269.32 ... 4. Gaffney Taylor, UT, 240.00.

100 Free: 1. Kate McNeilis, UT, 51.05; 2. Harper Bruens, UT, 51.16 ... 5. Caroline Finkbeiner, UT, 52.73 ... 8. Cherelle Thompson, UT, 54.05.

200 Back: 1. Erica Belcher, UL, 1:59.85; 2. Amanda Carner, UT, 2:00.41; 3. Madison Hahn, UT, 2:00.57; 4. Lauren Driscoll, UT, 2:01.76 ... 6. Anna DeMonte, UT, 2:03.56

200 Breast: 1. Molly Hannis, UT, 2:13.66 ... 5. Colleen Callahan, UT, 2:26.19; 6. Erin Gaeckle, UT, 2:29.68.

500 Free: 1. Lindsay Gendron, UT, 4:53.58 ... 3. Camryne Morris, UT, 5:01.61; 4. Madeline Tegner, UT, 5:01.77 ... 6. Mary Griffith, UT, 5:04.37

100 Fly: 1. Kelsi Worrell, UL, 53.52; 2. Heather Lundstrom, UT, 55.62 ... 4. Michelle Cefal, UT, 56.24 ... 7. Patricia Forrester, UT, 58.68 ... EX Heather Kiger, UT, 57.42.

3-Meter: 1. Emily Stalmack, UL, 302.03; 2. Tori Lamp, UT, 288.53 ... 4. Sam Lera, UT, 286.87 ... 6. Gaffney Taylor, UT, 245.70.

200 IM: 1. Tanja Kylliainen, UL, 2:01.53; 2. Lindsay Gendron, UT, 2:03.41 ... 4. Amanda Carner, UT, 2:07.19; 5. Lauren Driscoll, UT, 2:07.76; 6. Christina Leander, UT, 2:10.67.

400 FR: 1. Louisville, 3:24.87; 2. Tennessee, 3:25.72.

 

 

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