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DATE: Sat., Dec. 8, 2007


Swimming & Diving

Reisch, Seay triple at Baldwin-Wallace dual meet

BEREA, Ohio -- Triple-winner Morgan Reisch (Fairport) led the Fredonia State women to a 143-82 victory over Baldwin-Wallace.

The Fredonia State men were narrowly defeated, 126-116.

Reisch, a freshman, got her day off to a good start as she anchored Fredonia State's winning effort in the first event of the meet, the 200-yard medley relay. She later added individual wins in the 50-yard freestyle (:26.57) and the 100-yard butterfly (1:05.29).

Joining Reisch on the winning relay -- with a time of 1:56.54 -- were junior Emily Dizer (Tonawanda/Sweet Home), sophomore Taylor Kelly (Wading River/Shoreham-Wading River), and freshman Caitlyn Fields (Buffalo/Sacred Heart). Dizer also added an individual win in the 100-yard backstroke (1:06.34).

Other women winning swimming events were sophomore Monica Dunlevy (Batavia) in the 1,000-yard freestyle (11:40.52), sophomore Jessica Kennis (North Tonawanda) in the 200-yard individual medley, and sophomore Mandy Nelson (Frewsburg) in the 500-yard freestyle (5:36.06). Sophomore diver Kelly Sponholz (Alden) won both portions of the 1-meter springboard diving competition. She had 163.30 points in the voluntaries and 202.65 points in the optionals.

The Fredonia State men also had a triple winner in sophomore Mike Seay (Grand Island). He swam a leg on the winning 200-yard medley relay, joined by sophomore Alex Palmquist (Olean), senior Brian Ruffles (Angola/Lake Shore), and sophomore Brent Davis (Albion), in 1:41.10.

Seay also touched first in the 200-yard individual medley (2:05.19) and the 100-yard butterfly (:56.01). Among his relay partners, Davis won the 100-yard freestyle (:50.62), and Palmquist was first in the 100-yard backstroke (:55.28).

Fredonia State's Evan Prewitt (Rochester/West Henrietta), also a sophomore, won the 50-yard freestyle (:23.04).

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