The Cal Poly swimming and diving team defeated Pacific in the men’s competition and defeated both Pacific and UC Davis in the women’s competition Friday.
The Mustangs won 15 of their total 18 men’s events, and then went on to win eight of the 18 women’s events.
In the Mustangs 204-76 win over Pacific on the men’s side, Konrad Antoniuk, Chase Nick, Peter Kline, Curtis Lin and Toby Reaper were all double winners.
On the women’s side, Lacey Buck and Sami McIntyre both grabbed two victories in the team’s wins over Pacific (240-54) and UC Davis (157-143).
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Track and field
Hasay runs on winning relay
Jordan Hasay ran the opening leg on Oregon’s winning women’s distance medley relay team at the Washington Invitational indoor track and field meet.
The distance medley relay consists of a 1,200-meter leg, 400-meter leg, 800-meter leg and 1,600-meter leg. Hasay, a former Mission Prep star, ran the 1,200 leg as the Ducks won easily in 11 minutes, 2.15 seconds. The time broke the meet record of 11:05.16 set by a Stanford team in 2003 and bettered the NCAA automatic qualifying time of 11:05.50. Hasay ran on the Ducks’ runner-up distance medley relay team at last year’s NCAA meet when the Ducks won the team title.
Cal Poly 6, Portland State 1
In Seattle, the Mustangs won five of the six singles matches in straight sets and swept the three doubles matches to earn that point.
Andre Dome, Brian McPhee and Drew Jacobs all won in singles and were on winning doubles teams as well. McPhee and Jacobs teamed for a win at third doubles, while Dome and Jordan Bridge won at No. 1 doubles for the Mustangs.
Cal Poly also had straight-set singles wins from Marco Comuzzo and Alexander Sonesson.