FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. - Northern Arizona women's swimming and diving posted impressive results at Arizona in a double dual against the Wildcats and Oregon State. The Lumberjacks were aided by several top performances in the pool and in the diving events defeating Oregon State, 160-133.
The Lumberjacks had top times against a pair of Pac-10 schools, Arizona and Oregon State, winning the 100 freestyle and 200 breaststroke. Chalene Dirks-Ryan won the 100 free with a time of 53.96 while Stirling Smith finished first with a time of 2:24.45 in the 200 breast.
NAU scored big in the diving events with second place finishes on 1-meter and 3-meter from Taryn Harris. The senior diver qualified for Zone Regionals for the fourth straight year earlier this season.
The women were defeated by Oregon State last year, but answered with its biggest win of the season on Friday. The team recorded its first ever victory over Oregon State in their five previous matchups.