`Dogs Ready For The Beach Cup

Jan. 16, 2013

By Kelly Mason

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FRESNO, Calif. The Fresno State swimming and diving team will travel to Malibu, Calif. to compete in the annual Beach Cup. This year the competition is hosted by Pepperdine and the teams participating will be: Fresno State, Loyola Marymount, San Diego and Pepperdine. The meet will have three sessions, the first one on Friday and the next two on Saturday. The schedule is listed below.

Beach Cup Format

Friday: Saturday: Saturday:
Session 1: 1:30 p.m. Start Session 2: 10 a.m. Start Session 3: 2 p.m. Start
3 meter diving (11 a.m. Start) 200 Free Relay 1650 Freestyle
200 Medley Relay -15 minute break- 200 Backstroke
-15 minute break- 400 Individual Medley 100 Freestyle
500 Freestyle 100 Butterfly 200 Breaststroke
200 Individual Medley 200 Freestyle 200 Butterfly
50 Freestyle 100 Breaststroke -15 min breaks-
-15 min break- 100 Backstroke 400 Freestyle Relay
800 Freestyle Relay 400 Medley Relay
1 meter diving


Divers Final In Each Event
Senior Stacey Luke advanced to the finals in both the 1- and 3- meter dive at the Bruin Diving Invitational hosted by UCLA. She placed sixth in the 1-meter and ninth in the 3-meter. Junior Hannah Prigge also made the finals in the 1-meter as well as the Platform dive. She placed ninth in the 1-meter and third in the Platform.

Bulldogs Blaze Past Runners, Fall To Rebels
The Fresno State swimming and diving team started the New Year strong with a 173-125 win over CSU Bakersfield and fell short to UNLV, 168-126. Seniors Dani Yoho and Stacey Luke both had standout performances in their respective events. Sprinter Yoho won the 50 Free with a 23.77 defeating her next opponent by over a half of a second. Diver Stacey Luke dominated both the 1- and 3-meter board winning both events scoring a 282.05 (1-meter) and 276.60 (3-meter).

'Dogs Fall To San Diego State
The Bulldogs challenged the Aztecs in a close meet, but fell to SDSU 133-128 in the last dual-meet of 2012 in San Diego. Dani Yoho stayed undefeated in the 50 free for dual-meets winning the race in a time of 23.56 and junior diver Hannah Prigge won both the 1- and 3-meter dive. Alex Madsen swam a fast 50 back clocking in at 27.69 less than seven-tenths of a second behind the first place finisher and freshman Dana Jones won the 50 yard fly with a time of 27.34 pulling ahead in a close race.

Prigge Earns Second MW Honor
Junior diver Hannah Prigge, who hails from Rocklin, Calif., won both springboard events in the Bulldogs' tight loss to San Diego State, 133-128, on Dec. 1. Prigge scored an NCAA qualifying mark of 284.40 to win the 1-meter springboard and a 315.30 on the 3-meter board, also an NCAA qualifying mark. Both scores rank as the third-highest recorded at the Aztec Aquaplex. Prigge currently ranks eighth in the Mountain West with her 1-meter season best score of 284.40. In the 3-meter she ranks seventh with her score of 315.30 and Prigge still holds the top score in the Mountain West for the platform dive with a 243.75.

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