CALDWELL, Idaho – The Puget Sound swim teams powered to a pair of season-opening wins at College of Idaho on Saturday. The men's team won 10 of its 11 events and the women came away with six of 11 wins to take the dual wins.
The women's 114-85 win was Puget Sound's 25th win on its Drive for 125, as the men followed with a 152-40 win for the 26th win of the year on the department-wide Drive for 125.
Both Logger 200 medley relay teams started the season off on the right foot as the Loggers swept the 200 Medley Relay events. Derek Frenzel kept the men's team rolling with a 10:25.66 in the 1000 free to take first by over 30 seconds.
Melissa Norrish finished with a 2:02.80 in the 200 free to take first for the Loggers. After Coyote wins in the men's 200 free and the women's 50 free, Keven Henley put the Loggers back on track with a winning time of 22.43 in the 50 free. The meet was Henley's Logger debut.
Frenzel earned his second win of the day with a 4:28.60 in the 400 IM. Freshman Auri Clark earned her first win as a Logger in the 100 fly with a 1:02.97. Max Cohen's 55.03 in the same event took the men's title.
Henley then won his second event in the 100 free with a 50.85, and freshman Sam Anders turned in the same result in the 100 back with a 1:03.63. Teale Kitson kicked off his junior year with a win in the 100 back at 56.75. Ann Barrington's 5:47.57 was good enough for a win in the 500 free and Frenzel's third win of the day came with a 4:57.72 in the 500 free.
Jessica Jaynes's 1:11.67 and Zander Biro's 1:06.08 each tallied wins in the 100 breast for the Loggers. The Logger men's relay team then finished off the meet with a winning time of 1:33.82 in the 200 free relay.
The Loggers will compete again on Oct. 28 at the NWC Relays.