Courtesy: Spencer Farrin (Moscow, Idaho)
Swimmers still strong
Courtesy: Idaho Athletic Media Relations
          Release: 11/30/2012
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AUSTIN, Texas – Big meet experience and solid times continue to come the way of the five-swimmer contingent of Vandals at the AT&T Winter Nationals Meet, which began Thursday and concludes Saturday.

Sophomore Rachel Millet just missed the final in the 200 freestyle, where she finished 29th in 1:49.23. Also for the Vandals, senior Kelsie Saxe had a 1:05.01 in the 100 breaststroke to finish just ahead of teammate Laura Griffing, a sophomore, who was clocked in 1:05.10.

“Overall, we had a really solid morning,” coach Mark Sowa said. “We learned a lot. This is good experience for these Vandals and I expect we will race well tomorrow.”

The meet annually brings together the nation’s elite swimmers – a mix of Olympians as well as top collegians.

 

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