Pacific Women's Swimming: Tigers Fall to Nevada, 150-106, in Last Dual Meet of Season
In the 1000 Free, freshman Jenna Chaplin (Nassau, Bahamas) finished at 11:06.42 to take second-place. Senior Devonie Migues (Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif.) touched first in the 100 Back with a time of 57.28.
Senior Melissa McGhee (Elk Grove, Calif.) touched at 2:07.91, only two-tenths behind Nevada's first place swimmer Gabby Giueb for second-place in the 200 Fly. Freshman Allie Vetterlein (Seattle, Wash.) took fourth, with freshman Megan Machynia (Valencia, Calif.) following with a fifth-place finish.
McGhee recorded her second-place finish later in the day, with a time of 2:12.83 in the 200 Back. McGowan touched at 2:27.53 to finish third.
Posting a first place finish for the Tiger in the 500 Free was KC Albiston (Salt Lake City, Utah) with a time of 5:14.68. Chaplin took third registering a time of 5:25.49.
Walterman posted another second-place finish in the 200 IM with a time of 2:15.41. Vetterlein swam a 2:16.88 to place third.
The relay team joining Chaplin, McGowan, Albiston, and Migues combined for a time of 3:43.15 in the 400 Free to take second-place in the event.
The Tigers head to Long Beach, Calif. on February 17 for the start of the Big West Championships.