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Denver Women Head to Dual-a-Pool-Ooza This Weekend

Oct. 26, 2017

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NEW ORLEANS – The University of Denver women’s swimming and diving program will leave the Rocky Mountain Region for the first time in the 2017-18 season when the Pioneers head to the Dual-a-Pool-Ooza this weekend. Four of the top six women’s programs in the initial College Dual Team Mid-Major rankings released this week will be in action in New Orleans this weekend. 

In the National Rankings (College Swimming/Mid Major)

Denver – 41/6

FIU – 37/3

Rice – 30/1

Tulane – 40/5 

Friday, October 27, 2017 – 3 p.m.

Rice vs. FIU

Denver vs. Tulane

Order of Events:

3-meter springboard


 

 

400 medley relay

1,000 free

200 back

50 free

200 breaks

100 fly

100 free

50 back

200 IM

500 free

100 free relay 

Saturday, October 28, 2017 – 9 a.m.

Rice vs. Denver

FIU vs. Tulane

Order of Events:

1-meter springboard

200 medley relay

500 free

200 fly

100 free

200 back

100 breast

50 fly

200 free

400 IM

200 free relay 

Saturday, October 28, 2017 – 2 p.m.

Rice vs. Tulane

FIU vs. Denver

Order of Events:

3-meter springboard

100 medley relay

1,000 free

200 breast

50 free

200 fly

100 back

200 free

50 breast

100 IM

400 free relay 

Denver Swimmers in the National Top-100

500 Freestyle – Maddie Myers – 60th - 4:56.09 (aa) – October 13

100 Backstroke – Morgan McCormick – 60th – 55.54 (aa) – October 13

200 Backstroke – Morgan McCormick  - 59th – 2:00.42 (aa) – October 21

100 BreaststrokeBailey Andison – 95th – 1:04.57 (aa) – October 21

200 BreaststrokeCharlotte Simon – 93rd – 2:19.75 (aa) – October 21

100 ButterflyHeidi Bradley – 48th - 55.08 (aa) – October 13

400 IMEmily Vandenberg – 74th – 4:26.23 (aa) – October 13 

LAST TIME OUT: Denver Women Take Dual at Colorado State – Full Recap

FORT COLLINS, Colo. - The University of Denver women's swimming and diving team defeated Colorado State in a dual on Saturday at Moby Pool. Due to an error in the scoring on Saturday, results were not made official until Monday. Denver won the meet 180.5-118.5. 

Senior Morgan McCormick (Golden, Colo.) led the Pioneers by sweeping the two backstroke events, and leading off both relay wins for Denver on Saturday. Senior Heidi Bradley (Victoria, B.C.) tallied three wins on Saturday, taking the 100 fly and swimming on both the 200 medley and 400 free relays. Senior Maddie Myers (Arvada, Colo.) finished first in both the 200 free and 500 free, while junior Bailey Andison (Smiths Falls, Ontario) rounded out Denver's multiple-event winners with victories in the 100 breast and the 200 medley relay. 

UP NEXT: The two programs will take over a month off before both head to the Tennessee Invite from November 30-December 2. Denver will then take its annual training trip to Florida before the FAU Quad on December 20.

Fans interested in making a donation to the women’s swimming and diving program can do so by clicking here. To make a donation to the men’s swimming and diving program, click here. Your contribution will make a direct impact on the success of YOUR Pioneers. Thank you in advance for your unwavering support of our student-athletes and their quest for excellence.    

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