FEDERAL WAY, Wash. – On the third day of the Pac-12 Swimming and Diving Championships, the Washington State swimming team scored 107 points, remaining in eighth place with 262 total points.
Kelly Tannhauser started strong for the Cougars with a sixth-place finish in the “B” final of the 400 individual medley. Tannhauser’s time in the finals heat was 4:18.72. In the “C” final of the same event, Loree Olson placed second (4:19.36) and Presley Wetterstrom took seventh (4:26.61).
In the 100 butterfly, Emma Johansson placed sixth in the “B” final with a time of 53.80 seconds. Alison Mand took fourth in the “C” final, marking a time of 54.80 seconds.
Frederikke Hall made the next splash for the Cougars with a seventh-place finish in the “B” final of the 100 breast. Her finals time was 1:02.34.
Three Cougars placed in the “C” final of the 100 back. Johansson took third (55.24), Mand placed fifth (55.45), and Olson took eighth (56.01).
To conclude day three of the conference championships, the Washington State relay team of Mand, Hall, Johansson, and Nicole Proulx placed eighth in the 400 medley relay team with a time of 3:42.31.
California took the lead in the championships, moving ahead of Stanford with 1019.5 points. Stanford is in second with 967 points, and USC is in third with 896.
The final day of the 2014 Pac-12s will begin Saturday at 10 a.m.