ST. GEORGE, Utah – The Pepperdine ladies’s swim and dive program received contributions from a bunch of freshmen on Friday because the Waves accomplished the center day of the Utah Tech Invitational on the UTU HPC Pool.
Within the morning prelim session, AJ Adams (Fortress Rock, Colo./Valor Christian HS) entered the top-10 checklist at Pepperdine within the 400 IM at quantity 5 with a 4:33.55 time. One other freshman had a standout efficiency as Kylie Taylor (Eugene, Ore./Churchill HS) positioned fourth on the all-time checklist within the 100 again with a 57.14 exhibiting.
Within the nightcap, freshman Lexi Haymart (El Dorado Hills, Calif./Ponderosa HS) gained the “C” warmth within the 200 free with a time of 1:53.67. This put her in eighth place all-time on the Pepperdine checklist for this occasion. Additionally within the finals, Charli Sunahara (Chino, Calif./Ruben S. Ayala HS) made her mark within the 100 breast at eighth place within the document books with a 1:05.75 time.
Two-thirds of the best way by way of the invitational, the Waves are in ninth place with 48 factors.
Head coach Ellie Monobe mentioned: “The Waves had a sturdy day of racing. Today of the meet is at all times the toughest with the relay lineups and I consider our Waves put a powerful foot ahead. With double remaining swims and double relays, Charli Sunahara had the hardest day and had the strongest performances. She has confirmed herself to be a pillar for this program.”
The ultimate day of the Utah Tech Invitational, and the ultimate day of competitors within the fall semester for Pepperdine, begins at 9 a.m. PT on Saturday with prelims. The finals will as soon as once more begin at 4 p.m. PT. The meet may be streamed dwell on the WAC Worldwide platform for a price.
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