McMINNVILLE, Oregon – The Puget Sound women's swim team returns to Tacoma with a perfect start to its Northwest Conference duals season by beating Linfield, 113-94, Saturday afternoon. The Logger men lost to the Wildcats, 129-77.
Puget Sound senior Calista Skog continued her early-season dominance with individual wins in the 50-freestyle (24.96) and the 100-butterfly (59.67). The reigning two-time NWC Women's Swimmer of the Year – Kelli Callahan – won three individual races. She touched the wall first in the 400-IM (4:38.06), 500-freestyle (5:20.64), and 100-breaststroke (1:08.13).
Izzy Hendryx is quickly proving to be a standout freshman for the Logger women. She won both the 200-freestyle (2:02.40) and the 100-freestyle (56.33).
The reigning NWC Men's Freshman of the Year – Brett Kolb – won the 100-freestyle (48.89) and placed second in the 400-IM (4:24.29).
Eli Champagne picked up a couple of second-place results in the 50-freestyle (22.52) and the 100-butterfly (53.39). Dylan Reimers also placed second twice: once in the 1,650-freestyle (17:01.80), and the other in the 100-backstroke (55.79).
The Loggers returned to Wallace Pool in two weeks to host Pacific, Nov. 15, at 6 p.m.