Swim teams travel to Pacific Invite
PROVO, Utah – After three weeks off, the Cougar swim team heads to Stockton, California, to compete in the Pacific Invite on Friday, Oct. 27 and Saturday, Oct. 28 at Kjeldsen Pool.
The men’s and women’s teams will both compete against the University of the Pacific, also a member of the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation, San Jose State University, University of Denver and Fresno Pacific University. Additionally, the men will go up against NCAA Division I CSCAA Coaches Poll No. 4 Stanford.
Many members of the BYU swim and dive team currently hold MPSF top times and scores. Preston Jenkins currently holds the top times for the men's 200 freestyle short course yards with a time of 1:38.82 and the men's 200 IM SCY at 1:52.09. Kelly Hatanaka holds the top time for the women's 400 IM SCY with a time of 4:27.87. Diver Nathan Gonzales holds the top scores in the MPSF in the men's 3-meter and 1-meter at 303.55 and 324.05 respectively, while Elizabeth Holmes hold the top score in the women's 1-meter at 255.95.
While the BYU dive team will not be competing in the Pacific Invite, it will also be in California, training at UC Berkeley.
The Invite starts at 7:00 p.m. PST on Friday Oct. 27, and continues on Saturday Oct. 28, at 10:00 a.m. PST with a live stream available here.
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