H2O Frogs Sweep Double Dual To Open the Season
Oct. 6, 2004
Fort Worth, Texas - The TCU swimming and diving team kicked off the 2004-05 season in style on Wednesday afternoon when they won dual meets over Centenary and McMurry in front of a crowd of 400 people at the University Recreation Center.
The H2O Frogs finished in first place in every event on the day and finished one-two in 12 events. The women's team defeated Centenary 44-30 and McMurry 52-41, while the men beat Centenary 46.5-37.5 and McMurry 50-41.
Walker came in first in the 200-free (1:57.30) and nabbed a pair of runner-up finishes in the 200-IM (2:18.52) and 100-free (55.23). Maribeth Pottenger opened the meet with a victory as a member of the 200-medley relay (1:56.75) and later won the 100-breast (1:08.88), while her sister, Michelle was victorious in the 100-fly (1:02.09). Meanwhile, diver Pam Campbell won the 1-meter with 222.7 points and Duerringer was first in the 100-free (54.24) and was a member of the winning 200-free relay (1:43.72).
For the men, junior Diego Palacios won a pair of individual events for the Frogs and freshmen Adam Montgomery, Kyle Edens and Jonathon Berrettini all won the first races of their careers. Palacios was victorious in the 100-free (48.24) and 200-free (1:47.17), while Montgomery won the 200-IM (2:02.44), Edens the 500-free (4:57.71) and Berrettini the 100-back (53.27).
The H2O Frogs will host an intra-squad meet on Oct. 15 at the University Recreation Center.