LONG BEACH, Calif. – UC San Diego captured its third conference championship in a row on Saturday afternoon at the Pacific Collegiate Swimming and Dive Conference Championships in Belmont Plaza Olympic Pool.
UCSD scored 1,635 points to capture the title while Cal Baptist followed with 1,261 points.
The Triton women put together a one-two-three finish for the third consecutive day, as Emily Adamczyk (2:14.40), Neda Nguyen (2:18.90) and Michelle McCadden (2:20.29) took the top three spots in the 200 breaststroke. Casey Adams came in fourth in the 200 breast with a time of 2:23.06.
Gabby Rossbach (2:04.34) and Olivia Martens (2:04.70) finished in the top two spots in the 200 butterfly while Alex Henley (1:58.72) and Anji Shakya (2:04.95) finished one-two in the 200 backstroke, respectively. Rossbach also took home the 1650 free title with a time of 17:28.45.
The team of Henley, Anju Shimura, Olivia Fountain and Katherine Tse won the 400 free relay in a time 3:27.67.
The Triton women were in second place after Wednesday’s competition, but recovered to take first place on Thursday and hold on throughout the rest of the meet.