Open mobile menu

Tech Competes In Intrasquad Meet

Oct. 1, 2004

Complete Results

ATLANTA – The Georgia Tech men’s and women’s swimming and diving team hosted its annual intrasquad meet on Friday night in the Georgia Tech Aquatic Center. Sophomore Ryan Bishop led the White squad to a 102-75 victory with first-place finishes in the 200 individual medley (1:58.47) and the 150 breaststroke (1:33.92).

“I was very pleased with the performances today,” said head coach Seth Baron. “The freshman did a good job and it was exciting for the athletes to get out there and race one another. We still have a long way to go before we compete against Tennessee in three weeks, but we’ll be ready.”

Freshman Elizabeth Stowe led the Gold squad with first-place finishes in the 200 freestyle (1:56.06) and 400 free (4:01.39). Stowe’s time in the 200 free ranks 10th all-time in Tech history.

Freshman Chris Ewald tallied a first-place finish in the men’s 400 free for the White team with a time of 4:01.39, edging returning All-American Sam Morgan (3:41.56). Ewald tallied a second first-place finish in the 150 butterfly with a time of 1:24.19. Fellow freshman and Olympian, Onur Uras, finished second with a time of 1:24.41.

Senior Jaclyn Keys and junior Ryan Riebesell won the 50 free on the women’s and men’s side with times of 24.36 and 21.41, respectively.

In the 100 free, junior Brian Huff and sophomore Natanya Harper picked up victories with times of 48.13 and 53.37, respectively.

Senior Lisa Hancock finished first in the 200 IM with a time of 2:14.66, while junior Ashley Kracke placed first in the 150 backstroke with a time of 1:34.21. Senior Jeremy Raines tallied a first-place finish for the White team in the 150 back with a time of 1:27.02.

Junior Laura Heiser posted a time of 1:45.87 in the women’s 150 breast to finish first for the Gold squad, while junior Meghan DeVinney tallied a victory in the women’s 150 fly with a time of 1:33.74 for the White team.

The Yellow Jacket men will open the regular season against Tennessee in the Georgia Tech Aquatic Center on Thursday, Oct. 21. The dual meet is scheduled to start at 2 p.m.

-GT SWIMMING & DIVING-

RELATED HEADLINES

Swimming & Diving GALLERY: Georgia Tech Diver Hannah Krimm

Georgia Tech diver from 2007-10, first diving all-American in Tech history

GALLERY: Georgia Tech Diver Hannah Krimm
Swimming & Diving Georgia Tech Sports Hall of Fame Class of 2024 Announced

Eight-member group to be officially inducted in the fall of 2025 along with Class of 2025

Georgia Tech Sports Hall of Fame Class of 2024 Announced
Swimming & Diving PHOTO GALLERY: Spring Commencement

Student-athletes walk across the stage during Tech's graduation ceremonies at McCamish Pavilion

PHOTO GALLERY: Spring Commencement
Partner of Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets Legends Partner of Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets Partner of Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets Partner of Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets