Pointers men in first, women second after day one of WIAC Swimming & Diving Championships

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Updated: February 15, 2013
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BROWN DEER, Wis. – The UW-Stevens Point men’s swimming and diving team holds a 46-point lead after day one of the 2013 Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Championships at Walter Schroeder Aquatic Center.

The men recorded 221 team points, ahead of second place UW-Eau Claire after day one. On the women’s side, the Pointers tallied 196 points on day one and sit just nine points behind UW-La Crosse in the race for the league title.

Full Thursday Results

Women’s 200 freestyle relay of Ashley Majewski (Elm Grove, WI/Catholic Memorial), Amy Boritzke (Brookfield, WI), Colleen Baker (Rosemont, MN) and Andrea Wagner (Apple Valley, MN) took home the league title with a time of 1:35.17.

The men’s 200 free relay of Eric Emerson (River Falls, WI), Ryan Farmer (Naperville, IL), Joseph Gendron and Joey Clapp (Faribault, MN) also took home the league title, setting a new WIAC championship mark with a time of 1:21.77.

Hailey Kunavich (Pewaukee, WI) finished as a runner-up in the women’s 200 IM, posting a time of 2:10.87.

Ashley Majewski (Elm Grove, WI/Catholic Memorial) posted a NCAA “B” cut time on her way to a runner-up finish in the 50 free with a time of 23.87.

Joey Clapp (Faribault, MN) finished swam his way to his second title of the day, his first as an individual, with a 20.50 time in the 50 free.

The 400 IM relay team of Clapp, Alex Loftus (Janesville, WI), Ryan Farmer (Naperville, IL) and Eric Emerson (River Falls, WI) finished with a time of 3:22.79, good for a runner-up finish.

Action on day two of the three day championship gets underway Friday morning in Brown Deer.