Falcon Women Remain In Fourth Place After Day Two At Kansas Classic

    Senior Sam Laughlin.
    Senior Sam Laughlin.

    Nov. 23, 2013

    Day Two Results Get Acrobat Reader

    LAWRENCE, Kan. - Air Force women's swimming sits in fourth place after day two action at the Kansas Classic, hosted by the University of Kansas, Saturday at the Capitol Federal Natatorium.

    The Falcons sit in fourth with 367 points. Kansas leads the six-team meet with 679.5 points.

    Air Force had six swimmers make the finals in their respective events. Junior Kim Davis, freshman Genevieve Miller, senior Sam Laughlin and freshman Kira Schlosberg led the way for the Falcons.

    Davis placed second in the 400 yard medley with a time of 4:27.88. She had the top time in the prelims with a swim of 4:28.62.

    Miller took fourth in the 200 free with a finals time of 1:53.85. She took third in the prelims with a time of 1:53.63.

    Laughlin placed third in the 100 back with a finals time of 57.09. She won the prelims with a time of 56.73. Laughlin also swam a 100 back time trial time of 55.42, which was .05 seconds shy of her own school record.

    Schlosberg finished fourth in the 100 breast with a finals time of 1:05.48. Her prelim time of 1:04.90 is tied for the fourth-fastest in Academy history.

    The Falcons fared well overall in the 200 free, with senior Erin Bleyl and Laughlin joining Miller in the finals. Bleyl placed sixth with a time of 1:54.55 and Laughlin took seventh with a time of 1:54.68.

    Air Force took sixth in the 200 medley relay and fifth in the 800 free relays.

    The KU Classic wraps-up with day three action tomorrow, Sunday, Nov. 24.

     

     

    Inside Women's Swimming