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From Staff Reports
The Nebraska women’s swim
ming and diving team kicked off its
1997-98 season the same way the
Comhuskers finished last season -
NU, which defeated Texas last
season 51-49 to win the Inaugural
Big 12 Relay Meet in St. Louis, Mo.,
defeated the Longhorns Friday night
55-54 in the Big 12 Relay Meet held
at the Bob Devaney Sports Center
The Husker men’s swimming and
diving team finished fourth with 32
points while defending meet champi
on Texas won seven of 11 events to
i win the meet. Iowa State finished
second while Texas A&M finished
On Saturday both teams compet
ed in the Big 12 Invitational, a non
scoring event at the BDSC pool.
On Friday, however, the NU
women won five of the 11 contested
relays, ineluding the 300-yard butter
fly, 200-yard medley relay, 400-yard
medley relay, and the 200-yard
The NU men’s team’s only victo
rious relay was on the diving boanjLas
junior All-American Danny Bergman
and sophomore Bert Locklin scored a
361.50, compared to second place
Texas, which scored a 327.40*
Nebraska sophomore 'all
American Adam Pine led off the 300
yard butterfly relay in a pool record
time of47.76 seconds as the Huskers
finished third in the event.
Pine, who was last season’s
NCAA runner-up in the 100-yard
butterfly, won the event on Saturday
in a time of 48.20 seconds, while
Texas’ Nate Dusing finished second
at 49.14. n .
Bergman swept the 1- and 3
meter diving competitions, scoring
332.05 and 326.05, respectively. His
scores qualify him for the NCAA
Zone competition in March.
Junior Josh Mathis won the
Huskers only other event in 200-yard
Sophomores Beth Karaica, Lenka
Manhalova, Anne Windsor and fresh;
man Amanda Zins each recorded
wins for the Husker women on
Saturday,..Karaica won the 50-ydrd
freestyle, Manhalova won the 200
yard breaststroke, Windsor won the
100-yard butterfly and Zins in her
first diving competition won the 1
meter springboard and finished
fourth in the 3-meter competition.
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Pumpkin Classic Wednesday-Friday*
and select members of the team will
compete in die U.S. National Team
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