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Toreros wrap up day two of MPSF Championships
Jacquie Kimmel

Feb. 21, 2013

Complete Results

LOS ANGELES, Calif. - The University of San Diego swim and dive team finished the second day of competition at the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Championships at East Los Angeles College on Thursday. USD ended the day in sixth place with 120 points overall. Hawaii (240 points) and UC Davis (229) sat atop the team scores on Thursday.

The best finish for the Toreros on the day came when USD's 200 free relay squad (Franz, Stone, Finucane, Kimmel) notched a top-five finish by placing fourth with a swim of 1:32.73, which marked a season-best for the team in that event.

Taylor Noonan clocked a season-best in the 500 free (4:56.66), where she finished in 10th place. Likewise, Melissa Andruzzi swam a team-best this season with her 2:03.28 in the 200 IM that put her in 10th place overall in the event. Sarah Reierson placed 19th overall in the 200 IM but posted a personal-best 2:06.05 in the process.

Jacquie Kimmel finished in 11th place in the 50 free with her time of 23.56, a season-best for her. Kelly Stone also notched a season-best with her 23.62 in that event that placed her 14th overall.

In diving action at the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colo., Mathilda Danckler placed sixth in the one-meter finals with a final score of 231.85. The three-meter event will take place on Friday.

Day three of swimming action at East Los Angeles College continues on Friday morning with prelims followed by finals in the evening session.

Click here for live results throughout the meet.



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