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Women's Swimming Heads to Pac-10 Championships
Courtesy: Sun Devil Athletics
Release: 06/21/1999
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February 24, 1999

February 25-27, 1999

  • Weyerhaeuser King County Aquatic Center
  • Federal Way, Wash.

    TEMPE, Ariz - The Arizona State women's swimming and diving team takes its first step into post season competition this week when it travels to Federal Way, Wash., for the 1999 Pac-10 Swimming and Diving Championships. The meet will take place February 25-27, 1999 at the Weyerhaeuser King County Aquatic Center. Teams competing with Arizona State will be Arizona, California, Oregon State, Stanford, UCLA, USC, Washington, and Washington State. Preliminaries will begin at 11 a.m. each morning and finals will be at 6 p.m. each evening. Fox Sports Net will be televising the 1999 Pac-10 Championships and it will air on a tape-delayed basis on March 4, 1999 at 1 p.m. ASU will be looking to improve on their sixth-place finish at last season's Pac-10 Championships.

    LAST TIME OUT: The Arizona State women' swimming and diving team was defeated by the University of Arizona 181-108 in the Devils' final meet of the regular season. ASU's best individual performance on the day came from freshman Riley Mants who posted victories in the 100 (1:03.91) and 200 (2:17.26) breast events. Also making key contributions for the Sun Devils were sophomore Lauren Morelli, who posted a pair of second-place finishes in the 100 back (57.12) and 200 back (2:03.00), and Sarah Baham, who recorded a pair of second-place finishes in the 100 fly (2:02.71) and the 200 fly (56.35). The loss gave the Devils a final regular-season record of 6-5-1.

    1998 PAC-10 CHAMPIONSHIPS: A look at top finishers for ASU from last year's Pac-10 Championships at which ASU finished sixth.

      
    Swimmer             Event        Final Time  Place
    Carolyn Adel         200 IM       2:02.55     5th
    Carolyn Adel         400 IM       4:18.47     5th
    Carolyn Adel        1650 Free    16:44.08     7th
    Amanda Clegg         200 Fly      2:03.15    17th
    Amanda Clegg         400 IM       4:25.86    17th
    Stephanie Elwonger   200 IM       2:06.28    18th
    Stephanie Elwonger   100 Fly        57.36    21st
    Stephanie Elwonger   200 Fly      2:05.23    18th
    Anna Ericson         500 Free     5:11.55    24th
    Tiffany Houser       100 Fly        56.02    10th
    Camilla Johansson    200 IM       2:04.86    17th
    Camilla Johansson    100 Back       56.16     6th
    Camilla Johansson    200 Back     1:58.99     6th
    Alyson Miller        100 Breast   1:05.66    12th
    Allyson Miller       200 Breast   2:21.26     7th
    Casey Murphy         500 Free     4:53.01     9th
    Casey Murphy         200 Free     1:51.10    14th
    Casey Murphy        1650 Free    16:52.41    10th
    Angie Pomella        100 Breast   1:07.10    15th
    Angie Pomella        200 Breast   2:25.62    21st
    Kelli Sasada         100 Back       59.76    23rd
    Tennille Taylor      100 Breast   1:06.68    17th
    Tenille Taylor       200 Breast   2:22.82    15th
    

    PAC-10 CHAMPIONSHIP HISTORY: A look at ASU's history of individual champions at the Pac-10 Championships:

    Year  Athlete Event  Time/Score
    1995  Beata Kaszuba  100 Breast         1:01.61
    1995  Beata Kaszuba  200 Breast         2:12.32
    1995  Chris Jeffrey  500 Free           4:46.97
    1995  Chris Jeffrey  400 IM             4:14.21
    1994  Chris Jeffrey  400 IM             4:15.31
    1994  Amy Palmer     Platform Diving     257.55
    1993  Beata Kaszuba  100 Breast         1:01.87
    1993  Beata Kaszuba  200 Breast         2:13.04
    1987  Tracy Cox      One-Meter Diving    439.25
    1987  Tracy Cox      Three-Meter Diving  480.45
    
    KEEP AN EYE ON HER: One Sun Devil who many will be keeping close eyes on at both Pac-10s and NCAAs is freshman Riley Mants. Mants swam for the Canadian National Team at the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta. Mants has already made her presence immediately felt in the Sun Devil program. Thus far this season, Mants has already posted the Devils' second-best all-time times in the 100 (1:02.56) and 200 (2:12.70) breaststroke. Mants' times are only surpassed by that of ASU's all-time most decorated swimmer Beata Kaszuba, who won three national championships in her Sun Devil career.

    CALL HER CONSISTENT: Perhaps the Devils' most consistent swimmer meet in and meet out is junior all-America Carolyn Adel. This season, Adel owns the Devils' top times in the 200 (2:02.45) and 400 (4:18.26) IM, 100 free (51.29), 200 free (1:48.28), 500 free (4:49.68) and she owns the second-best times in the 200 back (2:02.25), 100 breast (1:05.84), and 1000 free (10:09.59).

    FABULOUS FROSH: Another freshman who has made big waves for the Devils this season is freshman Sarah Baham. This season Baham set the school record in the 100 fly (54.76) at the Texas Invitational. Baham is also third on the Devils' all-time list in the 200 fly (2:00.42). Baham has showed great versatility in only her first yearas a Sun Devil. Baham has the Devils' top time this season in the 50 free and second-best times in the 100 free (51.71), and 1650 free (17:21.27). Baham's 1650 free time came against Northern Arizona. It was the first time that she swam the event as a Sun Devil.

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