Lonnegren, Burgess Take Top Two Places in 3M

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    Feb. 16, 2012

    Final Stats

    HOUSTON- Julia Lonnegren won the 3M diving event and was joined on the winner's stand by runner-up Natasha Burgess on Day 2 of the Conference USA Swimming and Diving Championships.

    Lonnegren (361.75 ) and Burgess (344.75) both set personal bests as a Houston diver claimed the fourth-straight 3M title under head diving coach Jane Figueiredo.

    "They were absolutely fabulous and pushed each other until the end," said Figueiredo. "We talked about that and how we wanted to win big and we did that tonight."

    The event heated up when Burgess brought the crowd to their feet with scores above 8.0 but the junior Lonnegren nudged past the freshman on the very next try.

    "The freshman set the pace and Jules just stayed cool and confident and did the same thing she always does. We needed them to set that really high standard for the NCAA Zone Meet coming up and we did that."

    Over on the pool, the Cougars medley relay team edged East Carolina for a third-place finish to score 32 points for the squad. Heather Coutts, Beccy Hillis, Kim Eeson and Moira Fraser swam a season-best 3:45.66 in the event.


     

     

    Heather Winn swam a personal-best 4:53.94 to finish in fourth-place to lead the 500 free group who that three swimmers inside the top 11. Laykin Lowry and Lizzie Justice finished eighth and 11th.

    Overall Houston has scored 193 points through seven events for a third-place standing.

    UP NEXT
    Houston returns to the pool tomorrow with the 400 IM leading off the morning preliminaries session at 10 a.m. The 1M diving portion of the meet begins at 1 p.m. with the finals taking place at 6 p.m.

    RESULTS
    3M
    Julia Lonnegren 1 361.75*
    Natasha Burgess 2 344.75*

    500 Free

    Heather Winn 4 4:53.94*
    Laykin Lowry 8 4:58.42
    Lizzie Justice 11 4:56.23*
    Kimmy Ballo 17 5:01.96*
    Emma Nelson 24 5:07.25
    200 IM
    Reka Kovacs 8 2:05.76
    Natalie Newcomb 13 2:06.41
    Beccy Hillis 19 2:09.06
    Colleen Donovan 22 2:10.72*

    50 Free
    Kim Eeson 10 23.48*
    Krystan Morrell 12 23.68*
    Moira Fraser 14 23.81*
    Maddie Clark 22 24.69*
    Holli Pisarski 24 24.77
    Marissa Blumenthal 28 25.61

    400 Medley Relay
    Houston 3 3:45.66
    Heather Coutts, Beccy Hillis, Kim Eeson, Moira Fraser

     

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