Men Finish Second, Women Third in 2016 MPSF Championships

Men Finish Second, Women Third in 2016 MPSF Championships

LOS ANGELES, Calif. – The fourth and final day of the 2016 MPSF Conference Championships featured another MPSF title in the men's 200 butterfly and a relay win and MPSF meet record in the women's 400 freestyle relay as the women finish in third with 617.5 points and the men in second with 617 points.

Sophomore Chris Nolan claimed the MPSF title in the men's 200 butterfly and three senior women were on the winning 400 freestyle relay.

Freshman Logan Hotchkiss (15:35.37) earned more Gaucho points taking third in the men's 1650 freestyle.
Cheyenne Low (1:59.07) sealed a second place finish in the women's 200 backstroke, earning an NCAA B cut. The men's heat featured a third place finish by Billy Mullis (1:46.02, NCAA B cut) and seventh place finish by Dylan Kubick (1:47.78).
Lauren Vosseler (49.73) took second in the women's 100 freestyle, an NCAA B cut. Julia Mikota (50.54) placed fourth, Kimmie Kreuzberger (50.55) fifth, and Charis Hoppe (51.37) eighth.
Mason Tittle (44.26, NCAA B cut) placed third in the men's 100 freestyle, with Eddie Sanchez (44.99) following in seventh.
Defending MPSF 200 breaststroke champion Katie Records (2:14.29) placed second in the event with an NCAA B cut. Alyssa Shew (2:15.78) also earned her NCAA B cut with her fifth place finish.
The men's heat of the 200 breaststroke featured Simon Wong (2:00.66). Freshman Joe Kmak (2:01.73) won the consolation heat, placing ninth in the event.
Senior captain Madison Tedesco (2:03.68) placed seventh in the women's 200 butterfly. The men's heat featured three outstanding swims, with Chris Nolan (1:46.49, NCAA B cut) taking the MPSF title, Eric Vanbrocklin (1:47.04, NCAA B cut) in second, and 100 fly MPSF Champion Kevin Mendoza (1:47.96, NCAA B cut) taking fourth.
The meet concluded with a win and new MPSF Meet Record in the women's 400 freestyle relay (3:19.95), featuring swims from Kimmie Kreuzberger (50.34), Julia Mikota (49.79), Charis Hoppe (50.76), and Lauren Vosseler (49.06). The men placed fourth in their heat with a time of 2:59.18.
Complete MPSF statistics and honors will be released shortly.