SDSU women go 5-2, men 3-2 in South Dakota Quad-Duals


SIOUX FALLS – The South Dakota State women’s swimming and diving team posted a 5-2 record and the men went 3-2 in the South Dakota Quad-Duals at the Midco Aquatic Center.

Zach Boyd (3-meter) and Mitch Raihle (1-meter) both qualified for NCAA Zones in diving.

Emily Pincus placed first in a trio of events and Ashley Theobald posted a top-five school mark.

The women won five events and the men posted eight victories in the two-day competition.

The SDSU women are host to Omaha on Friday at 5 p.m. Both teams compete in the University of Sioux Falls Invitational on Nov. 21-23.

Friday

WOMEN

SDSU 121.5, South Dakota 120.5

SDSU 144, St. Cloud State 98

Northern Iowa 136, SDSU 106

MEN

SDSU 124, St. Cloud State 116

South Dakota 145, SDSU 97

Saturday

WOMEN

SDSU 131, South Dakota 112

SDSU 196, Western Illinois 28

SDSU 136, St. Cloud State 105

Northern Iowa 155, SDSU 87

MEN

SDSU 184, Western Illinois 47

SDSU 144, St. Cloud State 96

South Dakota 145, SDSU 98

Saturday

Women

Pincus won the 500-yard freestyle in 5 minutes, 4.4 seconds and was second in the 200 free in 1:54.1.

Quincee Simonson was tops in the 1-meter dive with a score of 241.15.

Theobald ended up second in the 100-yard IM with a 59.32-second clocking – the fifth-fastest mark in school history.

Men

Boyd earned a score of 322.35 in the 3-meter dive to win the event and qualify for NCAA Zones.

Josh Wuflestad won the 200 backstroke in 1:53.5, Damon Venner the 500 free in 4:51.7 and Quenton Steffen the 200 breaststroke in 2:09.92.

Friday

Women

Pincus touched first in both the 200 (1:52.87) and 500 (5:03.42) freestyle.

Elisabeth Timmer, Theobald, Grace Whitherspoon and Katie Drezen won the 200-yard freestyle relay with a 1:35.96 clocking.

Men

Raihle earned a score of 306.1 in the 1-meter dive to win the event and qualify for NCAA Zones.

Wuflestad won the 100 back in 52.93, Pham the 400 IM in 4:12.66 and Cody Watkins the 100 butterfly in 51.51.

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