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    Feb. 28, 2003

    Chicago, Ill. - Day three of the 2003 Horizon League Swimming and Diving Championships is in the books, and for the UIC men's and women's swimming and diving teams, three more school records fell.

    Currently, the women's team sits in fourth with 294 points, while the men are fifth with 332 points.

    The men's team picked-up a new school record in the 200-yard medley relay, as the team of Adan Jimenez, Enric Claret, LeRoy Stevens and Ari Bernstein finished third in 1:33.53.

    Bernstein ended up third in the 100-yard fly in 50.29, but earlier in the day eclipsed the school mark with a swim of 49.76.

    LeRoy Stevens finished second in the 200-yard free in a swift 1:40.46.

    On the women's side, a school mark fell in the 800-yard free relay as the team of Laura Martensen, Christine Hare, Stephanie Donovan and Vanessa Segovia took fifth in 7:54.26.

    Hare also finished third in the 200-yard free with a time of 1:55.25.

    The Flames also picked-up points in the 400-yard IM, as Segovia and Martensen took fourth (4:36.77) and sixth (4:42.7), respectively to aid the Flames cause.

    Both squads will wrap-up the championships on Saturday in Cleveland. For complete results visit : http://csuvikings.ocsn.com/sports/w-swim/stats/022503aaa.html