Swimming takes six races in dual meet against Loggers.
By Sam Taylor
Portland, ORE-- Back in Zhentbauer pool for the second meet of the first weekend of NWC competition, the Pioneer swimmers took home six individual races but were unable to overcome the depth of the Puget Sound Loggers. Puget Sound won the men's meet 140-57 and the women's 125-79.
The Pioneers did, however, continue their run of strong individual performances, with the highlight being Sofia Koutzoukis' dual wins in the 200 Freestyle and 100 Backstroke. Lesley Pfeiffer took home another win in the 1000 Freestyle, and Aspen Johnson rounded out the Pioneer's women's winners with victory in the 100 Breaststroke.
The men saw two individual winners with Trevor Schapiro taking a nine-second win in the 500 Freestyle after a solid 2nd place in the 1000. Tyler Moody took the final Pioneer victory for the afternoon with a win in the 100 Breastroke.
The Pioneers are back in action next weekend with the long roadtrip out to Whitman for a meet on Friday, November 15th, and against Whitworth on Saturday, November 16th.