The Gustie women swimmers recorded three first place finishes at the meet. In the 300-backstroke – 2×50, 2×100 backstroke relay, Allyson Hannemann, Kelsey Lucia, Quinn Arnold, and Alissa Tinklenberg teamed up to win the race with a time of 3:01.50. Tinklenberg, Katie Olson, Jennifer Strom, and Gabe Gazzola swam a 4:18.92 to win the 400-individual medley relay, and Lucia, Olson, Tinklenberg, and Sarah Hund added Gustavus’ final victory after winning the 200-free relay with a time of 1:39.01.
Other notable performances on the women’s side came from 400-free relay, 300-butterfly – 2×50, 2×100 relay, and 300-breaststroke – 2×50, 2×100 relay teams. Olson, Lucia, Serena Elthon, and Hund finished runner-up in the 400-free relay in 3:44.39. Hannah Crane, Michaela Holm, Laura Drake and Stom came in third in the 300-breastroke relay, as did the 300-butterfly relay team of Strom, Gazzola, Olson, and Korba.
Top swims from the men’s team came in the third place marks of the 300-breaststroke – 2×50, 2×100 relay, 300-butterfly – 2×50, 2×100 relay, and the 400-individual medley relay. Peter Crady, Joe Poblocki, Elliot Hoekstra, and Billy Schultze went 3:06.26 in the 300-breastroke relay. Kyle Herold, Zach Gardner, Jacob Kemna, and Steve Manley swam a 2:51.11 in the 300-butterfly relay, and Ross Larson, Manley, Schultze, and Kurt Youngdahl finished in 3:51.97 in the 400 IM relay.
The Gustavus swimming and diving team’s will host their first dual meet of the season against St. Cloud State University on Saturday, Nov. 5 at 1:00 p.m. in the Lund Natatorium.