SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS - Southwestern University women's swim and dive had several athletes place in the top five fastest times in the last day of the Tiger invitational.
Emma Frey, a freshman from Kingwood, Texas placed second overall in the 100-yard freestyle with a time of 51.84 alongside Jesse Stovall also did well in the 100-yard freestyle by earning sixth place with a time of 53.31. In the women's 200-yard backstroke Alicia Peters placed fourth with a time of 2:09.99 and in the 200-yard butterfly Summer Newton placed fourth with a time of 2:17.68.
In the women's 200-yard breaststroke two women swimmers stood out, Rehgan Hartsell (2:27.78) came in third place and Natalie Gierat (2:30.08) came in sixth place. Gierat also competed in the 1650-yard freestyle where she finished with 18:46.63.
In the women 400-yard freestyle relay the Southwestern women's team showed their speed coming second to Trinty with a time of 3:34.36 with a group including Frey, Stovall, Hartsell and Brielle Adolph.
Southwestern women's swim placed fifth overall with a score of 441 and an overall team score of 680.5, competing with Oklahoma Christian University, Henderson State University, UT of the Permian Basin, Loyola New Orleans and Trinity University.
Up next, the Pirates take a break before getting ready to host a home meet against Carthage College Wisconsin on Wednesday, Dec, 18 at 4 p.m.