SALISBURY, NC -- The Catawba College swim teams competed against Limestone Saturday afternoon at Johnson Pool. The men overpowered the Saints with a 142-117 score while the Lady Indians fell 151-105. The men took 12 of 14 events and the women won seven.
Katia Kruglov (Karmiel, ISRAEL) won the 200 (1:58.17) and 500 free (5:28.06) along with the 200 IM (2:18.79. Lindsay Yarborough (Lexington, NC/C. Davidson HS) took home the 100 (1:01.08) and 200 back (2:11.93). Caroline Bostian (Pfafftown, NC/Reagan HS) stepped up and was victorious in the 1000 free at 11:30.86. Leah Constan-Tatos (Johannesburg, SOUTH AFRICA/St. Andrews) placed second in the 50 (26.02) and 100 free (57.07). Janin Kassner (Giesen, GERMANY/Andreanum HS) finished second in the 100 breast (1:12.04). The 200 medley relay team of Yarborough, Kassner, Constan-Tatos and Kruglov won in a time of 1:54.62.
For the men Andrew McCollister (Rockwell, NC/Salisbury HS) won the 1000 free (9:49.18), 200 breast (2:11.08) and the 200 IM (1:58.17). Magnus Lundgren (Alvsjo, SWEDEN/Varmdo HS) brought home the 100 (52.07), 200 fly (1:57.32) and the 100 free (47.37). Theo Zatterstrom (Stockholm, SWEDEN/Fryshuset HS) won the 500 free at 4:54.37. Toomas Goutt (Saint Witz, FRANCE/Lycee Leonard de Vinci HS) was the victor in the 50 free (22.37) and the 200 back (2:00.03). Mikael Karlsson (Norsborg, SWEDEN/Tullinge Gymnasium HS) won the 100 back in 55.95. The 200 medley relay team of Karlsson, Yakir Malul (Rishon Le-Zion, ISRAEL/Makif Chet), Lundgren and Goutt placed first in a time of 1:37.34.
Swimming will travel to Hickory on Saturday, Jan. 28 for a meet against Lenoir-Rhyne.