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UW Stevens Point swim teams are 1st and 2nd after Championship Day One

UW Stevens Point Swimming.  Photo courtesy UWSP Athletic Department.
UW Stevens Point Swimming. Photo courtesy UWSP Athletic Department.
BROWN DEER, WI  (UWSP)  -  The UW-Stevens Point men's swimming and diving team holds a 46-point lead after day one of the 2013 Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Championships at Walter Schroeder Aquatic Center.  The men recorded 221 team points, ahead of second place UW-Eau Claire after day one. On the women's side, the Pointers tallied 196 points on day one and sit just nine points behind UW-La Crosse in the race for the league title. Full Thursday Results Pointers men in first, women second after day one of WIAC Swimming & Diving Championships Women's 200 freestyle relay of Ashley Majewski (Elm Grove, WI/Catholic Memorial), Amy Boritzke (Brookfield, WI), Colleen Baker (Rosemont, MN) and Andrea Wagner (Apple Valley, MN)took home the league title with a time of 1:35.17. The men's 200 free relay of Eric Emerson (River Falls, WI), Ryan Farmer (Naperville, IL), Joseph Gendron and Joey Clapp(Faribault, MN) also took home the league title, setting a new WIAC championship mark with a time of 1:21.77. Hailey Kunavich (Pewaukee, WI) finished as a runner-up in the women's 200 IM, posting a time of 2:10.87. Ashley Majewski (Elm Grove, WI/Catholic Memorial) posted a NCAA “B” cut time on her way to a runner-up finish in the 50 free with a time of 23.87. Joey Clapp (Faribault, MN) finished swam his way to his second title of the day, his first as an individual, with a 20.50 time in the 50 free. The 400 IM relay team of Clapp, Alex Loftus (Janesville, WI),Ryan Farmer (Naperville, IL) and Eric Emerson (River Falls, WI)finished with a time of 3:22.79, good for a runner-up finish. Action on day two of the three day championship gets underway Friday morning in Brown Deer.