Lee, Phipps lead Stanford
Georgia dominates Georgia Tech 141-91
STANFORD, Calif. -- Felicia Lee posted the top time in five events over two sessions and Stephanie Phipps won her third consecutive diving event of the season to highlight Stanford at the George Haines Invitational on Friday.
Lee picked up three wins in the morning long course format, winning the 100-meter free (57.73), 100-meter fly (1:01.74) and 200-meter back (2:20.63). Stanford swept the top three spots in four of the five swimming events with Lee, Sam Woodward and Andi Murez finishing 1-2-3 in the 100 free and 100 fly. Andie Taylor (400 free) also won in the early session.
Lee added finals wins in the 50-yard fly (24.25) and 50-yard back (24.94) and was also a part of two winning relays in the shortcourse evening session, the 100-yard medley relay to start the night session (47.60) and the 100-yard free relay (41.52), to close it out.
Phipps in her only competition of the day, won the three-meter, scoring 6.5's or better in three of her six dives, posting a score of 52.80 on a forward 2 ½ somersault pike on her first dive paced by two 7.5's and a 56.00 score on a reverse 2 ½ somersault tuck with 6.5's or better.
Woodward also posted a solid performance, winning the 50-yard free (22.99) and 100-yard IM (56.76), while also finishing second in the 50-yard fly (24.84) to Lee and also being a part of both night relay wins. Woodward in the early session was second to Lee in the 100-meter free (57.75) and 100-met fly (1:04.44).
Georgia 141, Georgia Tech 91
ATHENS, Ga. -- Georgia beat Georgia Tech in the season-opening dual meet on Friday.
The Lady Bulldogs posted a 141-91 decision. It was their 74th consecutive dual/tri meet victory at Gabrielsen Natatorium, a streak that dates back to 1995.
Kelsey Gaid won twice for the Lady Bulldogs. She took the 200 backstroke in 1:59.31 and the 200 freestyle with a time of 1:50.96.