Nov. 28, 2012
RENO, Nev. - The University of Nevada swimming and diving team will be back in the pool this week, taking on Cal State East Bay on Friday at 1:30 p.m. at the Lombardi Pool.
"We're changing the lineup for this meet to see swimmers in different strokes and distances as we begin to determine which events they will swim at the conference championship in February," head coach Abby Steketee said. "Having the swimmers do some different events helps not only their personal development but helps our coaching staff select relay squads."
Nevada fell 178-117 to UC Davis in its last meet, but posts a 3-2 overall record in 2012. Included in those three wins are two over Mountain West foes, as the Wolf Pack has come out on top of both Fresno State and New Mexico this season.
As part of a double dual at Fresno State on October 27, Nevada took down the Bulldogs 154-141. Two weeks later, the Pack beat New Mexico at home, topping the Lobos 160.5-139.5.
Cal State East Bay last competed in Alaska in early November, winning two dual meets with Alaska Fairbanks. On November 9, the Pioneers beat the Nanooks 108-96. On the following day, they won by a score of 111-93.
"As this is the last meet this semester, we're looking for the girls to show improvements in executing technical details and pacing," Steketee said.