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Inland college roundup: Friday, November 17

By in Press Enterprise on November 18, 2017

By Sports Staff

SWIMMING
Cal Baptist completes second day:
The Lancers swim teams had 10 top-10 performances as they completed their second day of the UNLV Invite in Las Vegas.
The men had six top-10 finishes while the women added four. Continuing their dominant performance and for the first time in CBU history, every diver qualified for finals in the UNLV Invite.
The women’s team of Andrea Laliena, Robin Smallwood, Emily Longfellow and Christie Halverson logged a 1:46.54 ninth place finish in the women’s 200-yard medley relay.
In the men’s 200-yard medley relay, Jacob Leahy, Eric Tolman, Justin Quiroga and Jerome Heidrich put up a 1:29.88 fourth place finish.
Brandon Schuster took first place in the men’s 400-yard individual medley with a time of 3:51.79. Meanwhile, Heidrich finished second in the men’s 200-yard freestyle (1:37.77).
Halverson finished 10th in the women’s 400-yard individual medley at 4:30.84 and Longfellow took sixth in the women’s 100-yard backstroke.
For the divers, Emily Dunkerson had the best finish for the women as she took second on the 1-meter board with 248.70 points.
Garret Chew led the men with a 285.30 point second place finish on the 3-meter diving board.

MEN’S WATER POLO
Cal Baptist 15, Loyola Marymount 9:
The Lancers opened the Western Water Polo Association Championships with a victory against Loyola Marymount at UC San Diego’s Canyonview Aquatic Center to advance to their third-straight WWPA semifinal.
CBU opened the game with four unanswered goals in approximately three minutes. Kyle Christian had two goals during the opening period. He finished with three goals, two steals and a hat trick.
Tanner Shore, who had a hat trick and four steals, contributed two of the Lancers’ six goals in the second quarter. Shore and Jonny Lotero each had four points on three goals in the victory.
Goalkeeper Matt Miller had seven saves and two steals to take home the win.
With the win, […]    

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