Records Fall For Swimming and Diving As House of Champions Concludes

first_img Swimming and diving competed in the annual House of Champions meet this weekend in prime mid-season form.The men scored a total of 576 points for 7th place overall, while the women took 5th with 703.“We used this weekend to show the progress of our training for the first half of the season,” said head coach Rickey Perkins. “We are well ahead of where we were last year at this time. It was a great meet. I am very happy with the information we got from this weekend. I am very proud of this team.”FRIDAY:Credence Pattinson led the way for the Aces with a strong start to his weekend. The freshman clocked in a 4:35.58 in the 500 freestyle in Friday’s consolation final for a new school record. His time overtakes A. Nicholson’s seventeen-year-old record of 4:35.72. Pattinson’s time was good for 12th place.Sophomore Brandt Hudson also competed in the consolation along with freshman Austin Smith. Hudson took 13th with a final time of 4:36.71, while Smith clocked in a 4:40.70 for 15th.Sophomore Paul Cozzens came next with the 200 IM. He touched in at 1:53.82 for 22nd place.FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailSharelast_img read more