Mustang Men and Women Lead After First Day of Cal Poly Shootout
SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif. – Cal Poly won 15 of the 16 women's swimming and diving events en route to a commanding lead after the first of two days of competition in the Cal Poly Shootout on Friday at the Anderson Aquatic Center.
Gloria Benefield, Andrea Voigt and Kylie France each won two events as the Mustangs compiled 1,064.5 points. Concordia of Irvine was a distant second with 496 points, followed by Pepperdine with 413.5 and Azusa Pacific with 393.
The Cal Poly men's team also is in first place with 262 points, followed by Concordia with 204 points and Fresno Pacific with 168.
Benefield won the 100 backstroke (57.08) and 200 backstroke (2:02.03), placed second in the 100 butterfly (59.12) and swam the butterfly leg on the Mustangs' first-place 200 medley relay team (1:49.79).
Voigt placed first in the 200 freestyle (1:55.84) and 100 freestyle (53.76) while France touched the wall first in both the 200 breaststroke (2:24.86) and 400 individual medley (4:29.73).
Other Mustang winners include Rachel Cleak in the 100 butterfly (58.25), Lacey Buck in the 1,650 freestyle (17:00.66), Angie Haven in the 100 breaststroke (1:08.68), Belen Enguidanos in the 200 butterfly (2:05.96), Amy Morales in the 50 freestyle (24.64) and Taylor Spivey in the 500 freestyle (5:12.02).
Spivey also was second in the 1,650 freestyle (17:38.97) while Haven was runner-up in the 400 individual medley (4:33.47).
Sami McIntyre won the three-meter diving event with 249.45 points and was second off the one-meter board (250.75).
No Mustang men won two events, but several earned a first and a second.
Konrad Antoniuk won the 1,650 freestyle (16:00.22) and finished second in the 200 butterfly (1:59.30) while Christian Renfro was the winner in the 200 freestyle (1:41.25) and second in the 100 freestyle (46.88).
In addition, Jimmy Deiparine claimed the 100 breaststroke (59.80) and was second in the 200 breaststroke (2:11.21) while diver Tony Reaper won the one-meter event (276.35) and settled for second off the three-meter board (279.95).
The meet concludes Saturday with 16 more events at 10 a.m.