Dec. 20, 2003
BOCA RATON- - Florida Atlantic University's men's and women's swim teams hosted their first meet of the 2003-2004 season Saturday morning against Clemson, Denver, and Utah. Brisk temperatures and a sharp wind greeted the teams as FAU's women's squad pulled off the lone FAU victory, against Denver. Junior Boguslawa Bedyk led the Lady Owls by placing first in the 200-yard freestyle (1:54.76) and second in the 100-yard free (53.46).
Individually, Emma Petersson also had a strong meet for FAU. The Sweden native finished first in the 200-yard IM (2:09.79) and fifth in the 200-yard butterfly (2:10.74). Senior Kelly Pancake was the only other Lady Owl to have a top-two finish. Pancake placed second in the 200-yard backstroke (2:10.22).
For the men, junior Pavel Babaev glided by the competition in the 50-yard freestyle, on his way to a first place finish (21.49). Babaev was the only Owl to record a top-three finish.
Adam Zeibig finished fourth in the 200-yard butterfly.
FAU's next meet will be on January 3, at home against FIU and Pennsylvania.
University of Clemson 180.00 49.00 FAU
University of Denver 157.00 72.00 FAU
University of Utah 165.00 67.00 FAU
University of Clemson 158.00 82.00 University of Denver
University of Clemson 158.00 84.00 University of Utah
University of Utah 128.00 114.00 University of Denver
University of Clemson 161.00 75.00 FAU
FAU 138.00 84.00 University of Denver
University of Utah 111.50 92.50 FAU
University of Clemson 191.00 49.00 University of Denver
University of Clemson 140.50 95.50 University of Utah
University of Utah 140.00 82.00 University of Denver
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