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LWC Men's Swimming defeats Union and Campbellsville


Lindsey Wilson men's swimming team hosts Life (GA) and St. Catharine (KY) at 1pmCT, Sat 14 Nov. 2015 at Holloway Wellness Center Natatorium, 399 Williams Street, Columbia, KY.

By Charles Balcom
News from Lindsey Wilson College

COLUMBIA, KY (Sat 07 Nov 2015) The Lindsey Wilson men's swimming team won a pair of dual meets on Saturday as they defeated Union (KY) and Campbellsville (KY) in a tri-dual meet at the Holloway Center Natatorium.



The Blue Raiders topped the Bulldogs 169-87, and dominated the Tigers 210-27 to improve to 4-1 on the year in dual meets.

Lindsey Wilson's men's team combined to win 11 overall events on the day, including a string of seven-straight victories to start the dual.

A quartet of Blue Raiders grabbed the first win of the day in the 200-yard medley relay as Clemens Patzold, Jonas Muller, Jose Prado de Lima and Iker Larzabal captured first place with a time of 1:37.86, good enough for an 'A' cut.

Ryan Leamy then grabbed the first individual win for a Blue Raider on the day as he won the 1,000-yard freestyle with a time of 10:39.51. Prado de Lima picked up a victory in the 200-yard freestyle with a national 'B' cut of 1:50.73 in the very next race.

Patzold took his turn to get a win, grabbing first place in the 100-yard backstroke with a national 'A' standard, beating out second place by over five seconds. Muller followed suit with a win in the 100-yard breaststroke, touching the wall with a time of 59.84, just .09 seconds faster than second place. His time was good enough for an 'A' standard in the event.

Gage Setzer won the 200-yard butterfly event, missing out on a national 'B' standard by just over two seconds. Zachary Patzer grabbed the final win of the seven-straight victories to start the dual, taking first place in the 50-yard freestyle with a time of 22.68, just .02 second off a 'B' cut.

Lindsey Wilson was unable to keep the winning streak going in the next event, the 100-yard freestyle, but Larzabal did finish second with a time of 49.42 for a 'B' cut.

Patzold brought the Blue Raiders back to their winning ways with a victory in the 200-yard backstroke, achieving another 'A' cut in the process. Muller followed with a 'B' cut time of 2:15.70 in first place of the 200-yard breaststroke. Patzold added the final Blue Raider individual win in the 100-yard butterfly, nabbing a national 'B' standard with a time of 53.36.

Just as Lindsey Wilson started the tri-dual with a relay win, they also completed the competition with a relay win, this time in the 200-yard freestyle relay. Prado de Lima, Mark Richard, Travis Durocher and Patzer teamed up to win the event with an 'A' standard time of 1:32.22.



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