Nov. 22, 2013
The Falcons sit in fourth with 155 points. Kansas leads the six-team meet with 297 points.
Junior Kim Davis and freshman Genevieve Miller led the Falcons with top three finishes in their events. Davis took second in the 200 IM with a finals time of 2:04.69. Miller took fifth in the 500 free with a time 4:59.01, which is the ninth-fastest in school history.
Davis also led the Falcons in the 50 free, placing 16th with a prelim time of 24.59.
The Falcons also had top 10 finishes by sophomore Sara Menke in the 500 free and sophomore Maddy Huttner in the 200 IM. Menke took eighth in the 500 free with prelim time of 5:04.33. Huttner took eighth with a prelim time of 2:09.73.
The Falcons took fourth in the 200 free and 400 medley relays.
Day two of the three day meet is tomorrow, Saturday, Nov. 23.