#HLSD Weekend Breakdown
Cleveland State, Winter Nationals--
Ingledew, Sikatzki, and Tretter Finalize Trip at Nationals
GREENSBORO, N.C. - Cleveland State swimmers Adam Ingledew, Philipp Sikatzki, and Madisen Tretter finished off the third and final day at the Winter Nationals.
Madisen Tretter competed in the preliminary round of the 200 Breaststroke where she swam a time of 2:22.83. Her time did not bring her back for the finals. Read more
Valparaiso, Calvin Invitational-- Men 5th/7 teams; Women 6th/8 teams
Four More Records Set on Final Day at Calvin Invitational-- Results
The Valparaiso swimming and diving teams concluded action today at the Calvin Winter Invitational in Grand Rapids, Mich, setting four more school records at the Venema Aquatic Center.
Max Penn (Columbus, Ohio/St. Charles Prep) set the school record in the 200 yard backstroke “B” finals, touching the wall in 1:53.56. In the “A” finals, Matt King (Clinton, Ill./Clinton) finished in sixth place in 1:54.62, good for second best all time. The senior improved his personal best by over a second – which was the second fastest time at Valpo – and besting the previous record by .29. Read more
Wright State, Miami Unviersity Invitational-- Men: 3rd/6 teams; Women: 6th/7 teams
Men Finish Third, Women Sixth at Miami Invitational-- Results
The Wright State men finished third and the women sixth as the Miami Invitational concluded Saturday at the Corwin Nixon Natatorium in Oxford.
Kile Aukerman set a new school record in finishing second in the 200 breast (2:00.63) while Mitch Stover got a national cut in winning the 200 back (1:46.35). Matt Dassow placed second in the 200 fly while Luke Osgood was fourth in the 100 free. The 400 free relay team of Stover, Alfred Pappe, Osgood and Aukerman finished second. Read more
Oakland, Eastern Michigan Invite-- Men: 2nd/5 teams; Women: 3rd/6 teams
Oakland Men Take Second, Women Third at EMU Invite-- Results
YPSILANTI, Mich. - Mitch Alters and Aleksander Danielewski were two-time winners while Tuomas Kiviluoma, Nikki Flynn, Kyra Rietveld, Patricia Aschan and Jeremiah Morren all won once individually as the Oakland swimming and diving team wrapped up the two-day Eastern Michigan Invitational Saturday evening at the Jones Natatorium.
The Oakland men finished second behind Eastern Michigan in a field of five teams with a score of 940. The women's team placed third among six teams with 881.5 points in a close finish behind Eastern Michigan (908) and Bowling Green (900). Read more