Air Force Women's Swimming & Diving Drops Dual at Denver
Nov. 2, 2013
Kim Davis and freshman Genevieve Miller led the Falcons with a pair of wins.
Air Force had four first-place finishes and seven second place finishes in the 13-event meet. Davis won the 200 medley (2:03.98) and 200 breast (2:19.77), while also placing second in the 100 free (52.66). Miller won the 500 free (5:03.37) and 1650 free (17:17.34). The 1650 time is the ninth-fastest time in school history.
The Falcons also placed second in both the 400 medley relay (Laughlin, Schlosberg, Aranda, Cesare - 3:53.23) and 400 free relay (Bleyl, Laughlin, Miller, Huttner - 3:32.16).
Sophomore Jessica Horn was the top Falcon diver, placing second in the 3-meter diving (239.78) and third in the 1-meter (244.58).
The Falcons lost a dual meet for the first time this season, falling to 8-1.
Air Force returns to action at the Hour of Power Relay at Colorado College on Tuesday, Nov. 12.