LOS ANGELES, Calif. – Cal Poly women's swimming found success during the second day of the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Championships in the pool Thursday.
Senior Lacey Buck placed fifth in the 500 yard freestyle finals. She finished with a time of 4:54.27 scoring 14 points for the Mustangs.
Senior Kylie France swam in the consolation finals, with her time of 4:57.17 she placed 12th gaining 5 more points for Cal Poly.
Two Cal Poly swimmers advanced to the finals in the 200 yard individual medley. With 2:04.93, junior Katrina Anderson finished in seventh place scoring 12 points for Cal Poly. She was followed by junior Angie Havens (2:05.23) who finished eighth and gained 11 points for the team.
In the 50 yard freestyle, senior Amy Morales (pictured at right) touched the wall at 23.63 finishing in seventh place and scoring 12 points for the team. In the consolation final, sophomore Jill Jones (23.86) gained 7 points with her 10th place finish. In 12th place, sophomore Andrea Voight finished at 23.74 gaining the team 4.5 points. Sophomore Kelsey Engel added an additional point to the team with her 16th place finish.
Cal Poly finished in fourth place in the 400 yard medley relay with their time of 3:45.62. The team was made up of senior Gloria Benefield, junior Angie Haven, sophomore Rachel Cleak and sophomore Andrea Voigt.
The Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Swimming Championships continues through the 18th. The men will compete in the Pac-12 Championships the weekend of Feb. 29-Mar. 3.