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Women's Swimming and Diving: 2014 Meet Highlights

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February 20-22, 2014

Lady Wolverines Once Again Conquer Mt. Sac Field

Something about going down South to take on some of the State’s best swimming and diving teams always seems to bring out the best in the Lady Wolverines, and this year was no different. Competing against 17 other Community Colleges from Southern California, the Lady Wolverines flexed their Northern California muscle to outdistance the field, and once again capture the Mt. Sac Invitational.

Leading the way for the Lady Wolverines was sophomore Hannah Jarvis, who won 2 individual events, and was on 2 of the 3 winning relay teams. Jarvis won the 50 Freestyle in a sizzling time of 24.66, and the 50 Backstroke with another fast time of 28.88. Not content to come home with just 2 pieces of hardware, Jarvis teamed with freshmen Nikole Runyon, Elizabeth Rodgers, and Lauren Cagle to win the 200 Freestyle Relay, and Runyon, Cagle, and fellow sophomore Annie Harriman to win the 400 Freestyle Relay as well. The relay team of Harriman, Rodgers, sophomore Leah Cenatiempo, and Cagle captured the other victory for the Lady Wolverines in the 200 Medley Relay.

Although they won 5 events over the weekend, the Lady Wolverines crushed the field because of their superior depth as 17 different athletes scored points to help secure the victory.

The next competition for the Lady Wolverines is in two weeks as they travel to Cuesta College for the extremely competitive Cuesta Invitational March 7 and 8.

Team scores:

  • Sierra College, 897
  • Pasadena CC, 572
  • Bakersfield, 474
  • Mt. Sac, 430
  • San Diego Mesa, 361

February 12, 2014

After Slow Start, Lady Wolverines Roar Back To Roll Mustangs

After falling behind early in the meet, the Lady Wolverines got ferocious and took a chuck out of the Mustangs as they posted a 69–43 victory over their Big 8 foes. Leading the way for the Lady Wolverines with two Individual event victories were sophomores Annie Harriman in the 500 and 1000 freestyle events, Hannah Jarvis in the 100 IM and 100 Freestyle events, and freshmen diver Marissa Tipton who was victorious in both the 1 meter and 3 meter diving events.

Also helping distance the Wolverines from the Mustangs with an individual victory was freshmen Lauren Cagle who won the 50 backstroke event. The 200 Freestyle Relay team of sophomores Harriman and Jarvis, teamed up with freshmen Cagle and Nikole Runyon to win the event in the team’s best time of the season.

The Lady Wolverines resume action next week as they travel down South to take on some of the States best teams at the Mt. Sac Invitational February 21 and 22.


February 8, 2014

Lady Wolverines come out strong in season opener

On Saturday, 2/8/14, the Wolverines traveled to Santa Rosa JC to compete at the annual NorCal Relays. Displaying some impressive times for early in the season, the Lady Wolverines were able to win 2 relays, while placing in the top 3 in all other events. Leading the way for the Lady Wolverines with a victory in the 150 backstroke relay, were sophomores Annie Harriman and Hannah Jarvis, and freshman Shandee Deehr. Not settling for a single victory during the meet, sophomores Harriman and Jarvis were victorious again in the 400 IM Relay, but this time teaming up with freshman Lauren Cagle and Elizabeth Rodgers to help secure the victory. Overall the Lady Wolverines finished in second place to eventual meet winner Santa Rosa.

The Lady Wolverines will be back in action this Wednesday, as they travel to Stockton to take on Delta College in a clash of Big 8 foes.

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