CLAREMONT, CA – Adrian Hui won a pair of races and the Sagehens opened the meet at rival No. 16 Claremont-Mudd-Scripps with a win in the 200 yard medley relay, but it wasn't enough as the No. 19 Pomona-Pitzer Men's Swimming and Diving team dropped the meet to the Stags.
Team Scores: No. 16 Claremont-Mudd Scripss 167, No. 19 Pomona-Pitzer 129
Season Impact: The Sagehens drop their first SCIAC dual meet of the year but have a week and a half to recover before heading into the SCIAC Championships.
Hui scored a pair of wins for the Sagehens in the 50 yard freestyle and the 100 yard freestyle. In the 50 freestyle, he touched the wall at 20.93. In the 100 freestyle, he came away with an extremely slim win, finishing at 46.85, just ahead of the Stags' Graham Spurzem who touched at 46.88.
Samuel To added a win of his own in the 100 yard butterfly, with the junior touching at 51.05. Teammate Ryan Drover took second with a time of 51.24. To added a second place finish in the 200 yard IM (1:56.44).
Zach Senator came away with a second place finish in the 200 yard freestyle at 1:43.57. Senator also finished second in the 500 yard freestyle finishing with a time of 4:41.87.
Daniel To took second in the 100 yard backstroke (50.03). To also took second in the 200 yard backstroke, finishing with a time of 1:54.49.
The Sagehens opened the meet with a big win in the 200 yard medley relay. Daniel To, Teddy Koerner, Danny Villars and Hui combined to finish with a time of 1:31.97. Peter Hansen, Kyle Allison, Drover, and Nick Lewis took third with a time of 1:34.37.
Michael Schuur took second in the three-meter dive with a score of 175.80 and Jake Crawford took third with a score of 168.85. Schuur and Crawford finished in the same positions in the one-meter. Shuur finished the event with 184.95 points and Crawford had 180.70 points.
Next Meet: The Sagehens compete next at the SCIAC Championships at the Brenda Villa Aquatic Center in Commerce beginning Wednesday, February 15. The results at the SCIAC Championships account for 100 percent of the final SCIAC standings.