Trojans Win Second Meet In As Many Days, Down UCSB, 179-78|
Oct. 1, 2016
Junior Dylan Carter won a pair of races on Saturday (Oct. 1), one of nine Trojans who also posted first-place finishes as the USC men’s swimming and diving team defeated host UC Santa Barbara, 179-78, to improve to 2-0 in its second road meet in as many days.
Carter won the 200y free in 1:37.90, posting the day’s only NCAA B cut in the early-season tilt. Sophomore Walker Bell was second in 1:41.55. Carter later came back to win the 100y free in 45.47.
Junior Pawel Furtek captured the first individual event with a 9:41.57 in the 1000y free, winning with a 3.52 buffer. Tribuntsov took the 100y back in 48.53 to sophomore Patrick Mulcare’s 49.11. Mulcare later came back to win the 200y back in 1:49.02.
Vissering won the 100y breast for the second day in a row with a 55.72 and was followed by a victory by senior co-captain Michael Domagala in the 200y fly (1:49.13).
Freshman Mario Koenigsperger captured the 200y breast in 2:07.93, Grissom won the 50y free in 20.77 and Bell, a day after winning the 1000, won the 500y free in 4:40.13.
USC wrapped up the meet with a win in the 200y free relay as Vissering, Carter, Tribuntsov and Grissom took first in 1:22.50.