Women's Swimming And Diving Knocks Off Western Illinois, 140-97
Nov. 23, 2002
Macomb, Ill. - The UIC women's swimming and diving team gained its first win of the season on Saturday afternoon knocking off Western Illinois, 140-97, in Macomb.
The men's team wasn't as fortunate, dropping their competition with the Leathernecks narrowly, 126-115.
Carey won the one-meter (234.75) diving competition first and then came back to take the three-meter title with a tally of 240.22.
Perry seems to be close to perfect after returning from injury a couple of weeks ago, as she won the 50-yard free (26.81) and the 100-yard breaststroke (1:11.93).
Martensen, the Flames' fabulous rookie, won the 400-yard IM (4:49.97) and the 500-yard free (5:16.70).
The women won both relays, as well, taking the 400-yard medley in 4:14.96, then winning the 400-yard free in 3:44.10.
Magee won the one-meter diving competition with a score of 243.37, then came back to take the three-meter crown with a tally of 269.47.
Stevens was the king of the sprint freestyle events, winning the 50-free in 22.15, while taking first in the 100-free with a time of 48.32.
Adan Jimenez (100-yard back, 54.02) and Enric Claret (100-yard breaststroke, 1:01.03) also added wins for the Flames.
Both squads are of until the Mid-Season Challenge from Dec. 6-8 at the UIC Natatorium.