San Antonio – Trinity's men's and women's swimming teams swept the University of Texas-Permian Basin in the first full meet of the winter season for the Tigers.
The Trinity men's team outscored UT-Permian Basin 167-120, winning 10 separate events and setting a new school record in the 400 medley relay.
The Tiger women won 138-115 over the Falcons, securing wins in eight different events during the meet.
Mabel Fowler scored two individual wins and was a part of both the winning relays for Trinity. Fowler was the lead-off in both the 400 medley and 400 free relay teams that won on Saturday, as well as earning the top spot in both the 200 free and 200 back events.
Spencer Steward won three individual events for the men, as well as swimming the second leg of the winning 400 medley relay team. Steward also won both the 100 and 200 breast events, as well as capturing the 400 individual medley.
Daniel Sarman had two individual wins and was the leadoff in both relay victories for the Tiger men's team. Sarman also captured the 100 and 200 back races, besting last year's time in the 200 back and securing seventh in school history with his time in the 100.
Caroline Westholder finished with two victories for the Tiger women, winning the 200 fly and the 400 individual medley. Her time in the 400 IM places her ninth in school history.
Also with two relay wins and an individual win was Morgen Reyna for the Trinity women. Reyna captured the 100 free in addition to swimming the third and fourth legs of the 400 medley and 400 free relays, respectively.
Annabelle Conde also won the 500 free for the women, while Shamzi Alkaff had the top time in the 50 free for the men.
The Tiger teams will return to action on Saturday, November 9, facing off against Springfield (MA) College and Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Springfield, Massachusetts.