Trinity Swimming & Diving Splits With Springfield and MIT

Trinity Swimming & Diving Splits With Springfield and MIT

Springfield, Massachusetts - The 21st-ranked Trinity men's and women's swimming & diving teams split dual meets Saturday with the host Springfield (MA) College and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.



Trinity's men defeated Springfield 190-89 and lost 62-222 to eleventh-ranked MIT. The Tiger women beat Springfield 177-120 and fell 94-202 in the meet with 12th-ranked MIT.

Morgen Reyna was a two-time winner, taking the women's 200-yard freestyle in 1:57.57 and the 100-yard butterfly in 59.46 seconds. 

Mabel Fowler captured the 500-yard freestyle, outdistancing the MIT swimmer by 10 seconds, touching the pad in 5:08.22. She also was runner-up in the 100-yard backstroke, posting a mark of 58.84 seconds, just .12 seconds behind the MIT swimmer.

The 200-yard freestyle relay went to the quartet of Fowler, Reyna, Star Rosales, and Elizabeth Nelson, and won the event in 1:39.49. Rosales was third in the 50-yard freestyle and the 100-yard freestyle.

Anabelle Conde was runner-up in the 1,000-yard freestyle.

Katarina Partalas placed third in the women's 1-meter and 3-meter diving events. Partalas scored 231.75 points on the low board and 242.80 on the high board.

Grayden Nelson won the men's 1,000-yard freestyle event in 10:11.93. Nelson beat the runner-up MIT swimmer by over 10 seconds.

The team of Daniel Sarman, Spencer Steward, Ben Adams, and Shamzi Alkaff finished third in the men's 200-yard medley relay, just two seconds behind the MIT entry. 

Sarman placed second in the 200-yard backstroke by .30 seconds. Steward finished as runner-up in the 100-yard and 200-yard breaststroke races by less than a second in each event.



Trinity will host the Tiger Invitational November 21-23 at Josh Davis Natatorium in San Antonio, Texas.