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NCAA.com | January 11, 2014

Florida Southern earns 134-71 win against Nova Southeastern

LAKELAND, Fla. -- Behind three wins by sophomore Alli Crenshaw, two by sophomore Kelsey Gouge, and two relay wins that featured sophomore Lauren Reynolds, No. 4 Florida Southern defeated No. 15 Nova Southeastern 134-71 in its final home meet of the season.

The only swimmer who kept Florida Southern from sweeping the meet was Lauren Chapple, who gave the Sharks (4-2) both of their wins. Chapple won the 200-yard IM and the 200-yard butterfly back-to-back in the middle of the meet, but otherwise, it was all Florida Southern, which improved to 5-1 in dual meets this season.

The Moccasins took the day’s first race, the 400-yard medley relay, with Reynolds, Gouge, and freshmen Alex Ballard and Cassie Ley winning by more than six seconds. Crenshaw then posted back-to-back wins in the 1,000-yard freestyle and the 200-yard freestyle before Gouge earned her first individual win in the 50-yard freestyle.

No. 1 Grand Valley State 178, No. 10 Wayne State 122

DETROIT -- Grand Valley State claimed a 178-122 victory.

The Laker women won five events, including two each by Danielle Vallier (100 and 200 breaststroke) and Taylor Wiercinski (1 and 3-meter diving).

No. 2 UC San Diego vs. Cal State Bakersfield, Alaska, Loyola Marymount

BAKERSFIELD, Calif. -- UC San Diego went 2-1 against a trio of opponents Saturday at the Hillman Aquatics Complex.

The UCSD women (7-5), ranked sixth in the NCAA Divison II, rolled past No. 12 Alaska 218-56 as well as Division I foe Loyola Marymount 219-72 but fell to CSUB 160-139.

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