Trinity Swimming & Diving Sweeps Southwestern

Trinity Swimming & Diving Sweeps Southwestern

San Antonio – Trinity's men's and women's swimming & diving teams swept a Saturday meet against Southwestern (TX) University.


The Tiger women won 152-97 over the Pirates, while Trinity's men scored a 165.5-113.5 victory over Southwestern. Each team won 10 events in the meet.

Trinity All-American Lindsay Hagmann nabbed individual wins in both the 100 and 200 freestyle events, then also added two victories with her teammates in the 200 medley and 200 freestyle relays.

Mabel Fowler was also a double winner for the Tigers, besting the competition in both the 100 backstroke and the 200 individual medley.

Star Rosales and Lauren Cuda joined Hagmann on both winning relay teams. Abbie Jones joined the trio for the win in the 200 free relay, while Rebecca Andruzzi raced the third leg of the winning 200 medley relay.

Andruzzi also brought home an individual victory in the 100 butterfly, while Ashley Ward won the 200 backstroke.

Casey McLeod and Payton Green won the 500 and 1000 freestyle races, respectively.

Trinity's men were led by eight different individual winners to go with two gold medal relay teams.

Charles Clark won the 100 backstroke himself, but also helped the Tigers to wins in both the 200 medley and 200 freestyle relays.

Shamzi Alkaff and Cole Rezsofi were also on both winning relay teams. Mick Kossl was the second leg of the 200 free relay, while Elliott Fleming was in the same position for the 200 medley relay. Fleming also won the 100 breaststroke individually.

Connor McClure ensured a Tiger sweep in the backstroke by winning the 200 back, while Noah Stopkotte provided a similar sweep by winning the 200 breast.

Leon Faulk was the 100 freestyle winner for Trinity, while Jacob Hurrell-Zitelman finished off the men's winning swimmers by taking the top spot in the 1000 freestyle.

Daniel Valmassei won the 1-meter diving event to round out Trinity's winners in the weekend meet.



Both Tiger teams return to action next weekend, facing off against Centre (KY) College and Birmingham-Southern (AL) College in Nashville, Tennessee.