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Cal Poly Finishes Fourth at MPSF Championship

Cal Poly Finishes Fourth at MPSF Championship

LOS ANGELES, Calif. – The Cal Poly women swimming season wrapped up their regular season Saturday with the final day of the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Swimming Championship. 

Cal Poly swimmers finished in fourth place with 539.5 points.  Brigham Young finished first (732) followed by UC Santa Barbara (699) and UC Davis (546.)

Senior Lacey Buck (pictured at right) dominated the 1650 yard freestyle winning the event with her time of 16:39.53.  She earned the team 20 points with her first place finish.  A great finish to the regular season for the standout senior.

In the 200 yard backstroke, sophomore Amanda Maffris came in fifth with a time of 2:00.95.  That garnered another 14 points for Cal Poly.  Cal Poly senior Gloria Benefield finished in sixth place at 2:01.03 earning 13 additional points.  Cal Poly also had the seventh place finish as junior Katrina Anderson touched the wall at 2:01.87 bringing 12 more points to the team.

The sophomores excelled in the 100 yard freestyle.  12 points were won by Jill Jones in the 100 yard freestyle.  Her time 51.29 put her in seventh place.  Andrea Voigt finished in 10th place at 51.36 earning 7 points.  Rachel Cleak was right behind her in 11th place at 51.48 adding 6 more points to the team.

Junior Angie Haven took third place in the 200 yard breaststroke and making an NCAA "B" Standard with her time.   She earned 16 points.  Senior Kylie France gained 7 points with her 10th place finish at 2:18.71.

In the 200 yard butterfly, freshman Belen Enguidanos touched the wall at 2:00.79.  She finished in third place with 16 points.  Sophomore Amanda Maffris finished in eighth place at 2:03.76 earning 11 points and senior Lacey Buck took 13th place at 2:04.94 brining in an additional 4 points.

Cal Poly finished fourth in the 400 yard freestyle relay with their team of sophomore Rachel Cleak, senior Amy Morales, sophomore Jill Jones and sophomore Andrea Voigt.

The NCAA Swimming Championships will be March 15-17, 2012 in Auburn, AL.