Falcon Swim & Dive Opens 2017-18 Season at Intermountain Shootout
Oct. 6, 2017

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GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. –
After one day at the Intermountain Shootout hosted by Colorado Mesa, the Air Force men’s swimming team leads both its competitors while the women’s team is leading Colorado Mesa and BYU, but trailing to Colorado State.

The Intermountain Shootout is being scored in a dual meet format, with the Falcon men leading CMU 145-40 and also leading BYU 102-86. The women have a 128.5-59.5 advantage over Colorado Mesa and a 98-90 lead over BYU, but are trailing CSU 101-87.

On the men’s side, the Falcons opened with a first place finish in the 200 medley relay. Later in the meet, Air Force claimed six of the top eight spots in the 400 IM, as Kyle Bundesman, Peter Lochmaier and Garrett Glaudini finished top-three, respectively. The Falcons also dominated the 50 free, as Steffen Mount, Lars Knutson, Michael Hannigan and Cameron McAnany claimed the top four spots. Mount went on to win the 50 fly and Glaudini, Collin Green and Lochmaier took the top three spots in the 1,650 free.

The women’s squad also opened the 2017-18 season with a first place finish in the 200 medley relay thanks to the team of Kylie Stronko, Mollie Bushelman, Elise Hart and Lydia Knutson. Later in the meet, Knutson, who owns the Air Force school record in the 50 free, stayed on track in the event with a first place finish to open the season. Stonko and Hart helped the Falcons claim two of the top three spots in the 100 backstroke while Jinan Andrews helped Air Force out with a pair of third places finishes and a fourth place finish.

Air Force will finish out the Intermountain Shootout on Saturday, Oct. 7 starting at 11 a.m. There is no live video for day two, but follow the link below for live results.  

For live results: http://www.cmumavericks.com/custompages/Swimming/LiveResults/index.htm

 


 

 

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