Trinity Women Lead After Second Day of Tiger Invite; Men Third

Trinity Women Lead After Second Day of Tiger Invite; Men Third

San Antonio - The Trinity women's swimming & diving team leads the Tiger Invitational and the men are in third place after the second day of action at Palo Alto College.

HIGHLIGHTS

Trinity's women lead the six team field with 452.5 points after the first full day of the meet and are 38.5 points ahead of second place NCAA Division II member Henderson State (AR) University.

The Tiger men are in third place with 345 points, trailing D-II University of Texas of the Permian Basin and Henderson State.

Charles Clark placed second in the men's 100-yard backstroke, and broke his school record by touching the pad in 49.81 seconds. Clark currently has the fastest time in Division III, and also earned an NCAA "B" mark.

Lindsay Hagmann won the women's 50-yard freestyle event with a "B" Cut time of 23.65 seconds. Trinity's record-holder also has the second-fastest time in Division III.

Hagmann was runner-up in the 100-yard breaststroke at 1:06.29, improving her personal best that is also the second-best mark in Trinity swimming history.

The Tiger women's 200-yard freestyle relay team of Hagmann, Star Rosales, Ryan, and Elizabeth Nelson won with a time of 1:36.39, which is the second-fastest time in school history. 

Mabel Fowler captured the 500-yard freestyle in 5:06.41 for the fourth-best time in Tiger history.

Fowler, Hagmann, Nelson, and Rebecca Andruzzi placed second in the 400-yard medley relay in 3:58.04, turning in the fourth-best performance in school history.

Connor McClure took the men's 200-yard individual medley, in Trinity's third-fastest all-time mark of 1:54.85.

Jacob Hurrell-Zitelman won the gold in the 400-yard individual medley.

Nate Borchers won the 200-yard freestyle Consolation Final, and James Warren did the same in the 100-yard butterfly.

Anthony Liva finished as runner-up in men's 1-meter diving Saturday morning, with a score of 273.55. Daniel Valmassei placed third, and Duncan MacAskill finished fourth. 

 

UP NEXT

The Tiger Invitational concludes Sunday, starting with women's 1-meter and men's 3-meter diving at 10:00 a.m. Swimming preliminaries also begin at 10:00 a.m., and the finals are scheduled for 4:30 p.m.