Pirates win four events in Campbell
“We entered the competition with only 11 girls, we faced a full Campbell team and we won them,” said head coach Matt Jabs. “I think we’ve shown an improvement over last weekend and had some great races finishing first and second in the 1000 freestyle, 500 freestyle and 400 IM, as well as winning the 100 breaststroke.
“I can’t be disappointed with the efforts of our women today. I’m starting to see some of the younger girls gain confidence as some veterans take on more of a leadership role. These things will only help us improve in the future. throughout the season. I look forward to Saturday in our own pool, with a home crowd cheering us on. “
Reynera won the 400-yard individual medley relay (4: 36.62) and the 100-yard breaststroke (1: 04.27) for a total of 18 points in those two events. His classmate Rukosuev won the 1,000-yard free (10: 39.25) and 500-yard free (5: 10.98) earning an extra 18 points for the Pirates.
French was second in the 1,000-yard free (10: 51.35), Freshman Alayna carlson was second in 100 yards backstroke with a time of 58:44, Marstellar posted a time of 4: 40.69 in 400 yards IM just four seconds behind Reynera and Rukoseuv was second in 200 free yards (1: 56.12) and Weed had four points in the 50-yard freestyle (25.25), while the team was second in the 200-yard medley relay with a time of 1: 48.10.
The Pirates return to action on Saturday, October 9 when they welcome Barton and Chowan (swimming) as well as Richmond and UNCW (diving) inside the Minges Natatorium. The first of two home games this season begins at 1 p.m. ET.