Records fall in NMU swim-dive sweep of UW-Green Bay

By Journal Sports Staff

MARQUETTE — Several PEIF pool records were set by the Northern Michigan University men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams as the Wildcats swept Wisconsin-Green Bay on Saturday.

It was part of the men’s 174-114 victory and the women’s 190-104 triumph. Next up for NMU is another home meet against the Michigan Tech club teams that will also serve as Northern’s senior day at 11 a.m. Saturday.

Against UW-Green Bay, Leo Nolles broke two men’s pool records, taking the 50-yard freestyle in 20.31 seconds and the 50 butterfly in 22.05, the latter also setting a team record.

Tobie Stiles set team records in both men’s one-meter and three-meter diving in the six-round format. His score was 316.88 points in the one-meter and 318.08 in the three-meter.

And Carlotta Santi broke the women’s pool record in the 200 free in 1:51.80.

A couple of relays were also record setters — the men’s 400 medley relay of Nolles, Thibault Auger, Wyatt Dickman and Ryan Lund set a pool record of 3:24.20, while the men’s 200 free relay with Nolles, Will LaCount, Gabriel Fulconi and Jef Leroux also earned the pool record in 1:22.00.

In women’s relays, the 400 medley quartet of Camilla Carbone, Zoe DeKievit, Meritxell Font Cantarero and Alyssa Bloser set a pool record in 3:53.42.

In addition, several NMU divers traveled to compete at the Wisconsin-Stevens Point Invitational on Friday and posted NCAA Division II national meet qualifying scores — the men’s Alex Oestreich and women’s Lauren Plockmeyer and Abbie Harned.

Information compiled by Journal Sports Editor Steve Brownlee. His email address is sbrownlee@miningjournal.net.


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