Logger men move up in NWC Championships, women still fourth

Logger men move up in NWC Championships, women still fourth

FEDERAL WAY, Washington – The Puget Sound men's swim team moved up to fifth place and the women's team remained in fourth through the second day of the Northwest Conference Swimming Championships at Weyerhaeuser King Count Aquatic Center on Saturday.

Results

The Puget Sound men were in seventh place after Friday, but the Loggers since pushed their point total to 245.5. The Logger women have 299 points. Whitman leads both the men's and women's championships.

Dylan Reimers, the NWC men's champion in the 500-yard freestyle on Friday, placed third in the 400 individual medley (4:07.94) on Saturday. Aza Verhoeven earned a third-place finish in the women's 100 backstroke, touching the wall in 58.46 seconds.

The conference championships conclude on Sunday, Feb. 12.

 

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