Tigers Finish Up Regular Season Against Davis

Tigers Finish Up Regular Season Against Davis

DAVIS, Calif. - In their final regular season meet, the Pacific women fell on total points to UC Davis 182-118.  Pacific won six of 16 total events, including two dive events.  The Tigers will now head to Los Angeles for the MPSF Championships, which begin on February 15.

The Tigers won both relays on the day, starting the meet with a time of 1:45.16 in the 200 Medley Relay thanks to the team of Cai Hong Singh, Semaj Walker, Kenna Ramey, and Vaiva Gimbutyte.  Pacific would also win the 400 Free Relay as Taylor Hosmer, Becca Aguilar, Brigid McNally, and Walker swam a 3:29.59 in that event.

McNally would also take second in the 1000 Free, finishing just ahead of teammate Lauren Atkins with her time of 10:37.40.  Atkins swam a 10:40.76, good for third place.

Hosmer took home another individual win after winning both her individual events last week.  This time, the freshman swam a 1:53.34 in the 200 Free to beat out Jillian Hatch.  Hatch finished second by just under a tenth of a second, swimming a 1:53.43.

McNally and Hosmer also placed in the 500 Free, with McNally taking second with her time of 5:07.64 and Hosmer swimming a 5:08.23 for third place.

Ramey and Gimbutyte won the 50 Free and 100 Free yet again, with Ramey taking the 50 Free and Gimbutyte taking the 100.  Ramey swam a 23.79, almost half a second better than second place, while Gimbutyte take third in that event with a 24.40.  In the 100 Free, Gimbutyte swam a 52.64 for the win.

Ramey also won the 100 Fly with her time of 56.19, over a second better than second place.  Hatch would take third in that event, swimming a 57.68.

Whitney Jorgensen took home a second and third place finish in her individual events.  The senior swam a 2:06.44 in the 200 IM, getting second in that event by just .07 seconds.  In the 200 Fly, Jorgensen swam a 2:09.29 to take third.

The MPSF Championships begin on February 15 at East Los Angeles College and will continue for four days, ending on February 18.

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