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    Cameron Seebeck was one of six UIC swimmers to win an individual event race.
    Cameron Seebeck was one of six UIC swimmers to win an individual event race.
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    Dec. 18, 2006

    Macomb, Ill.- Six different UIC swimmers captured individual event victories to pace the Flames' men's swimming and diving team to a 121.5-111.5 win over Western Illinois at Brophy Hall Pool on Sunday.

    The Flames also won both relay events to improve to 4-2 in dual meet action this season.

    Senior Blake Booher set two new Brophy Pool records against the Leathernecks. Booher won the 100-yard freestyle in a natatorium-best :46.36, while his 50 free leadoff split of :20.82 in UIC's victorious 200 free relay was also an all-time pool record.

    Rookies Brenden Dougherty and Cameron Seebeck came away with freestyle victories, as Dougherty won the 200 free in 1:46.82 while Seebeck took the 50 free in :21.83.

    Senior Mike Conroy won the 200 IM in 2:00.58. Junior Jason Dews followed with a winning 100 butterfly time of :53.50.

    Sophomore Sean Dawson picked up a win in the 500 freestyle with a time of 4:51.89.

    Senior Mark Pappalardo led the Flames in both diving events, picking up second place on the three-meter board.

    UIC will head to Fort Lauderdale, Fla., for its annual winter training trip in January.