TACOMA, Washington – The Puget Sound women's swim team took second place in the Logger Invitational in Wallace pool, and the Logger men placed fourth overall. The Invitational started Friday, Dec. 1, and concluded Sunday night.
The Puget Sound teams opened the three-day event with impressive finishes in several relays on Friday.
The Logger women won the 800-freestyle relay (7:54.87) thanks to the efforts of Kelli Callahan, Calista Skog, Carmen Mena, and Kassidy Cook. The Puget Sound men's 800-freestyle relay team was victorious, timing in at 6:58.03. Dylan Reimers, Nick Mitchell, Ethan Done, and Justin Sasano were on the winning team. The women's 200-medley relay team comprised of Cook, Callahan, Kayla DiMicco, and Erin Jenkins placed second with a time of 1:48.94.
The following day, the women's 200-freestyle relay team (Skog, Jenkins, Kegans, DiMicco) placed third by timing in at 1:39.18.
During Sunday's finals, Reimers won the men's 1,650-freestyle by touching the wall in 16:15.11. Mitchell followed with a third-place finish in the event (16:41.87). Reimers took second place in the 200-freestyle (1:44.80), while Ian Conery finished second in the men's 100-breastroke (59.39). The Loggers earned another second-place finish thanks to Sasano in the 200-butterfly (1:59.58).
Callahan won the women's 400-individual medley by timing in at 4:33.14. She also won the 100-breaststroke with a time of 1:06.40.