2006-07 Women's Swimming News
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June 15, 2007
SHREVEPORT, La. -- Centenary and its women's swimming team announce the signing of Ruth Litwinowicz to a National Letter of Intent for the 2007-08 season.
April 30, 2007
Both the Centenary men's and women's swim teams completed a successful 2006-07 season, culminating with the Gents making an appearance in the final national mid-major poll and several Centenary swimmers recording top 100 times.
March 10, 2007
SHREVEPORT, La. -- Centenary freshman swimmer Maggie Vaughan was named Mid-Continent Conference Female Athlete of the Month for February, announced by the conference office Friday. This marks the second time this year Vaughan has earned such distinction by the conference.
February 17, 2007
Files associated with this release: Final Results Mid-Con Day Three Results Maggie Vaughan broke the 1,650 freestyle record in the Mid-Con Saturday INDIANAPOLIS -- Centenary women’s swimming finished fifth at the 2006-07 Mid-Continent Conference Championships, finishing the three-day meet, held at IUPUI Natatorium, with 387 points. Freshman Maggie Vaughan (Clinton, Miss.) capped off a strong performance at the conference championships, winning the 1,650 freestyle in record-setting time. Breaking both the Mid-Con and Centenary records in the event, Vaughan finished with a time of 16:53.97, just off the NCAA B qualifying time of 16:53.04. Also competing in the 1,650, sophomore Betsy Smith (Shreveport) finished in 17th position with a time of 19:27.98, while sophomore Caitlin Cunningham (Alvin, Texas) finished 21st (20:16.12). Four other Centenary swimmers advanced to the finals of their events in Saturday’s meet. In the 200 fly, sophomore Taryne Cantillo (Georgetown, Texas) took fourth with a time of 2:09.87. In the preliminaries, Cantillo set a new school record in the 200 fly with a time of 2:09.76. Sophomore Beth Geis (Dallas) finished 11th with a time of 2:18.30 and freshman Jessica Brown (Flower Mound, Texas) took 12th (2:19.25). Freshmen Rebecca Loy (Flower Mound, Texas) and Leslie Wyatt (Greenwood Village, Colo.) both advanced to the finals of the 200 breaststroke, with Loy leading the way with a sixth-place finish with a time of 2:28.79. In Saturday’s prelims, Loy set a new school record with a personal-best time of 2:27.28. Wyatt finished eighth Saturday with a time of 2:29.35. Advancing to the consolation finals, Smith finished 16th with a time of 2:41.22, while freshman Kendra Norman (Power Springs, Ga.) finished 13th in the 200 breaststroke (2:35.23). Freshman Leslie Clampitt (Dallas) advanced to the event finals in the 100 free, finishing eighth with a time of 53.47. Her time in the 100 free set both a new personal record and Centenary
February 17, 2007
Files associated with this release: Mid-Con Final Results Mid-Con Results - Day Three Cole McGee took second in the 1,650 free Saturday INDIANAPOLIS -- Centenary men’s swimming racked up 603.5 points to finish as runners-up in the 2006-07 Mid-Continent Conference Championships, held at IUPUI Natatorium, in Indianapolis. Concluding with Saturday’s meet finale, the Gents earned their best-ever finish at the conference championships, just in their third season in the Mid-Con. Seven Centenary swimmers advanced to the championship finals in their respective events in Saturday’s meet, led by freshman Cole McGee’s (Albuquerque, N.M.) second-place finish in the 1,650 freestyle. In the first event in the men’s competition, McGee set a new Centenary record with his runner-up finish in the 1,650 free, finishing with a time of 16:13.80. Also finishing strong in the event, junior Ross Gilbert (Flower Mound, Texas) registered a time of 16:37.90 to take fifth in the 1,650 free, with Quinn Larwood (Colleyville, Texas) finishing ninth (16:56.68) and Clayton Carter (Houston) taking 13th (17:25.46). Freshman Alex Opland (Marietta, Ga.) advanced to the championship finals in the 200 backstroke, finishing with a personal-best time of 1:56.25 to earn fifth place. Opland was followed by Clay Malinovsky (Frisco, Texas) and Adam D’Aquin (Baton Rouge, La.) in the event, who finished ninth and 12th, respectively. In the 100 free, Sam Hayes (Alexandria, La.) broke the Gent record with his fifth-place finish, touching the wall with a time of 46.14. Still in the 100 free, brothers Dustin Myers (Round Rock, Texas) and Bryan Myers (Round Rock, Texas) both set personal records, finishing ninth and 12th, respectively. Dustin broke out with a time of 47.23 in the finals, while Bryan went 48.06 in the finals, setting his personal-best with a time of 47.97 in the event preliminaries. Kyle McKee (Louisville, Ky.) , Jamie Stults (Allen, Texas) and Ryan Duplantis (Chau
February 16, 2007
Files associated with this release: Meet Results - Mid-Con Day Two Taryne Cantillo took second in the 100 fly Friday INDIANAPOLIS -- The Centenary women’s swimming team stands in fourth place with 263 points at the 2006-07 Mid-Continent Conference Championships, held at IUPUI Natatorium Friday. Falling one spot from Thursday, the Ladies had four team records broken in Friday’s meet. Setting a new record in the 100 fly and earning the low finish for the Ladies team Friday, sophomore Taryne Cantillo (Georgetown, Texas) finished second in the 100 fly with a time of 58.61. In earning the silver in the event, Cantillo broke her own Centenary record, recording a time of 58.48 in Friday’s preliminaries. Also in the 100 fly, freshman Jessica Brown (Flower Mound, Texas) finished eighth with a time of 1:01.21. Brown swam a 1:00.50 in the preliminaries to set a new personal record in the event. Sophomore Beth Geis (Dallas) finished 13th in the event with a time of 1:00.83. In the 400 individual medley, freshman Maggie Vaughan (Clinton, Miss.) earned fourth place, recording a time of 4:37.97 to set a new Centenary record in the event. Sophomore Nicole Turner (Rockwall, Texas) finished 14th in the event with a personal record 4:57.67. Freshman Natalie Nazzal (Kingwood, Texas) and junior Melanie Zimmerman (Round Rock, Texas) both earned 14th place in the 200 freestyle and 100 backstroke, respectively. Freshman Rebecca Loy (Flower Mound, Texas) finished 11th in teh 100 breaststroke with a time of 1:10.29, while sophomore Betsy Smith (Shreveport) had a personal best time of 1:10.80 to finish 15th. In the relays, the 800 free relay team of Vaughan, freshman Leslie Wyatt (Greenwood Village, Colo) , Nazzal and Cantillo broke the school record with a time of 7:51.02 to finish third. The team broke the old school record by more than 15 seconds (8:06.13) to close out Friday’s session. The 200 medley relay team of Cantillo, Wyatt, Brown and Leslie Clampitt (D
February 16, 2007
Files associated with this release: Meet Results - Mid-Con Day Two Jamie Stults set a new school record in the 400 IM INDIANAPOLIS -- The Gents swimming team continue to stand in second place at the 2006-07 Mid-Continent Conference Championships after the second day, ending Friday with 404.50 points. Held at IUPUI Natatorium, Centenary was led by four second place finishes in Friday’s meet. Sophomore Chase Lambert (Benton, Ark.) and freshman Jamie Stults (Allen, Texas) both earned second place in their respective events, while both Gent relay teams took home second place behind meet leaders Oakland University. Lambert broke the Centenary record in the 200 free with a time of 1:41.33 Friday, breaking his own school record (1:43.34). Behind Lambert in the event and also scoring top eight times, junior Dustin Myers (Round Rock, Texas) finished seventh in the 200 free with a time of 1:45.20. Myers set a new personal record in Friday’s preliminaries with a time of 1:44.78. Junior Ross Gilbert (Flower Mound, Texas) finished eighth in the 200 free with a time of 1:45.37. Stults took home silver in the 400 individual medley with a new Centenary record time of 4:05.80. The Gents had a very strong showing in the 400 IM, ending with three swimmers in the top five. Behind Stults, freshman Quinn Larwood (Colleyville, Texas) had a time of 4:14.05 to take fourth, while junior Robert Hendricks (Plano, Texas) finished fifth with a time of 4:14.79. Both Larwood and Hendricks set personal best times in Friday’s meet. Freshman Sam Hayes (Alexandria, La.) finished fourth in the 100 backstroke, breaking the school record for the event with a time of 52.07. Junior Adam D’Aquin (Baton Rouge, La.) finished seventh in the event with a time of 54.26. In the 100 fly, Bryan Myers (Round Rock, Texas) and Wladimir Montoya (Cedar Park, Texas) finished sixth (51.20) and eighth (51.69), respectively. To start the night, the team of Bryan Myers, Stults, Montoya and Hayes took
February 15, 2007
Files associated with this release: Meet Results - Mid-Con First Day Vaughan set a new Mid-Con record in the 500 Free Thursday INDIANAPOLIS -- Freshman Maggie Vaughan set a new Mid-Continent Conference record at the conference championships Thursday, as the Centenary women’s swimming team stands third with 122 points after the first day. With the championships held at IUPUI Natatorium, in Indianapolis, Vaughan continues to excel in her freshman season with the Ladies, winning the women’s 500 freestyle Thursday with a time of 4:58.75. The Clinton, Miss. native broke both the Centenary program record and conference record with her time Thursday, breaking the Mid-Con record held the last five years by Angela Simetkosky of Oakland (4:59.29). Vaughan, who lowered her career-best time in the event by more than eight seconds, started the day in fine fashion, winning the preliminaries in the 500 free with a time of 5:05.51. She became the first Centenary women’s swimmer to win an individual event in program history. Peaking at the most opportune time, the Ladies set new program records in all five events Thursday, led by Vaughan’s win in the 500 free. The Ladies finished fifth in both relays Thursday, breaking the program record in the 200 free relay to start the evening session. The team of Melanie Zimmerman (Round Rock, Texas) , Alana Gregory (Flower Mound, Texas) , Natalie Nazzal (Kingwood, Texas) and Leslie Clampitt (Dallas), set a new program record in the 200 free relay with a time of 1:40.10 Thursday. In the 400 medley relay, Centenary registered a new program record time of 4:04.55, as the team of Zimmerman, Leslie Wyatt (Greenwood Village, Colo.) , Taryne Cantillo (Georgetown, Texas) and Nazzal took fifth in the event. Wyatt took silver in the 200 individual medley with a time of 2:10.45. In Thursday morning’s preliminary round, Wyatt broke the Centenary record with a time of 2:10.15, breaking the school record of Cantillo (2:11.79).
February 15, 2007
Files associated with this release: Meet Results - Mid- Con First Day Chase Lambert finished fourth in the 500 free Thursday Jamie Stults took fourth in the 200 IM with a school record 1:54.57 INDIANAPOLIS -- The Centenary men’s swimming team stands in second place in the 2006-07 Mid-Continent Conference Championships, held at IUPUI Natatorium, in Indianapolis. The Gents finished Thursday with 164 points. Centenary broke school records in all five events Thursday, looking for its best finish at the conference championships in program history. Starting the evening off, the relay team of Sam Hayes (Alexandria, La.) , Bryan Myers (Round Rock, Texas) , Dustin Myers (Round Rock, Texas) and Adam D’Aquin (Baton Rouge, La.) finished third in the 200 freestyle relay with a time of 1:24.56. The mark set by the four swimmers broke the previous school record of 1:26.63, set earlier this season. In the next event on the men’s side, sophomore Chase Lambert (Benton, Ark.) took fourth in the 500 free with a career-best time of 4:39.30, breaking his own school record in the event (4:42.48). Also finishing in the top eight in the 500 free, junior Ross Gilbert (Flower Mound, Texas) finished with a career-best time of 4:44.04, while freshman Cole McGee (Albuquerque, N.M.) also set a personal best with a time of 4:50.65. Gilbert and McGee finished seventh and eighth, respectively. Setting personal bests and finishing in the top 16 in the 500 free, freshman Wladimir Montoya (Cedar Park, Texas) finished 13th with a time of 4:44.80, while fellow-freshman Clayton Carter (Houston) touched the wall with a time of 4:53.77. Freshman Jamie Stults (Allen, Texas) joined Lambert with a top five finish in his respective event. Stults took fourth in the 200 individual medley with a time of 1:54.57, breaking his own school record by close to four seconds (1:58.30). Sophomore Ryan Duplantis (Chauvin, La.) finished seventh in the 200 IM with a time of 1:58.25. With the time, Duplantis
January 26, 2007
Files associated with this release: Meet Results Taryne Cantillo was a part of two relay wins Friday SHREVEPORT, La. -- The Centenary women’s swimming team lost a dual meet to TCU Friday, falling to the Horned Frogs, 111-80, at the Centenary Fitness Center. The Ladies got off to a roaring start in Friday’s meet against TCU, winning the first two events and taking a 38-36 lead over the Horned Frogs after four events. In the first event of the evening, the relay team of junior Melanie Zimmerman (Round Rock, Texas) , freshman Leslie Wyatt (Greenwood Village, Colo.) , and sophomores Taryne Cantillo (Georgetown, Texas) and Leslie Clampitt (Dallas) took the 200 medley relay with a time of 1:53.62. Continuing the promising start, freshman Maggie Vaughan (Clinton, Miss.) captured first in the following event on the Ladies side, winning the 200 free with a time of 1:57.71. In the 200 individual medley, Cantillo and Wyatt took second and third, respectively, with times of 2:12.89 and 2:13.60. Freshman Natalie Nazzal (Kingwood, Texas) , with sophomores Alana Gregory (Flower Mound, Texas) and Murphy Crain (Dallas) took second through fourth in the 50 free, scoring nine points and giving the Ladies the two-point lead through four events. Starting the comeback for TCU, Horned Frogs freshman Natalie Melenric set a new pool record in the 100 fly, winning the event with a time of 58.05. TCU would go on to capture the next three events. Senior Karen Sandifer won the 100 free for TCU, just edging out Clampitt of Centenary, followed by Horned Frogs sophomore Cheryl Townsend taking the 500 free with a time of 5:03.69. Centenary continued to compete following the consecutive event wins for TCU, winning the 200 free relay. The team of Gregory, Zimmerman, Clampitt and Nazzal finished with a time of 1:40.90 to take the full 11 points for the relay win. TCU shut the door on Centenary after the next two events, taking the first three spots in both the 100 backstroke and 100 breas
January 26, 2007
Files associated with this release: Meet Results Taryne Cantillo was a part of two relay wins Friday SHREVEPORT, La. -- The Centenary women’s swimming team lost a dual meet to TCU Friday, falling to the Horned Frogs, 111-80, at the Centenary Fitness Center. The Ladies got off to a roaring start in Friday’s meet against TCU, winning the first two events and taking a 38-36 lead over the Horned Frogs after four events. In the first event of the evening, the relay team of junior Melanie Zimmerman (Round Rock, Texas) , freshman Leslie Wyatt (Greenwood Village, Colo.) , and sophomores Taryne Cantillo (Georgetown, Texas) and Leslie Clampitt (Dallas) took the 200 medley relay with a time of 1:53.62. Continuing the promising start, freshman Maggie Vaughan (Clinton, Miss.) captured first in the following event on the Ladies side, winning the 200 free with a time of 1:57.71. In the 200 individual medley, Cantillo and Wyatt took second and third, respectively, with times of 2:12.89 and 2:13.60. Freshman Natalie Nazzal (Kingwood, Texas) , with sophomores Alana Gregory (Flower Mound, Texas) and Murphy Crain (Dallas) took second through fourth in the 50 free, scoring nine points and giving the Ladies the two-point lead through four events. Starting the comeback for TCU, Horned Frogs freshman Natalie Melenric set a new pool record in the 100 fly, winning the event with a time of 58.05. TCU would go on to capture the next three events. Senior Karen Sandifer won the 100 free for TCU, just edging out Clampitt of Centenary, followed by Horned Frogs sophomore Cheryl Townsend taking the 500 free with a time of 5:03.69. Centenary continued to compete following the consecutive event wins for TCU, winning the 200 free relay. The team of Gregory, Zimmerman, Clampitt and Nazzal finished with a time of 1:40.90 to take the full 11 points for the relay win. TCU shut the door on Centenary after the next two events, taking the first three spots in both the 100 backstroke and 100 breas
December 20, 2006
Files associated with this release: Meet Results Leslie Wyatt broke the Ladies' record in the 400 IM ST. LOUIS -- Four school records were set as the Centenary women’s swim team defeated two of three teams at St. Louis University Wednesday. Centenary defeated IUPUI and Valparaiso, both from the Mid-Con, by the scores of 131-73 and 132-76, respectively. The Ladies fell to host St. Louis, 139-79, in Wednesday’s meet. Somewhat a measuring stick for how the Ladies are progressing thus far this season, Centenary defeated conference foes IUPUI and Valparaiso in both Tuesday’s and Wednesday’s meet. In Wednesday’s meet, freshmen Maggie Vaughan (Clinton, Miss.) and Leslie Wyatt (Greenwood Village, Colo.) were part of four new school records, signaling a bright future for the Ladies’ program. Vaughan, among the premier swimmers in the Mid-Continent Conference, set a new Centenary record for the 200 free with a time of 1:56.76, also breaking her own school record in the 500 free with a time of 5:06.51. Just in her freshman season, Vaughan owns school record in three events. Wyatt broke the school record in the 400 individual medley, breaking her school record in the event with a time of 4:43.00. Wyatt was also part of the first-place finishing 200 free relay team, which set a new Centenary mark with a time of 1:40.74. Wyatt, who swam the opening leg of the event, was joined by sophomore Taryne Cantillo (Georgetown, Texas) , freshman Natalie Nazzal (Kingwood, Texas) and sophomore Leslie Clampitt (Dallas) . Coupled with her win in the 200 free relay, Clampitt also took first in the 100 free with a time of 54.75, finishing second in the 50 free with a time of 24.85. In the 100 fly, Cantillo finished second, recording a time of 1:00.08, while Rebecca Loy (Flower Mound, Texas) finished second in the 100 breaststroke with a time of 1:09.64. To open the meet, the team of junior Melanie Zimmerman (Round Rock, Texas) , freshman Kendra Norman (Power
December 20, 2006
Files associated with this release: Meet Results Leslie Wyatt broke the Ladies' record in the 400 IM ST. LOUIS -- Four school records were set as the Centenary women’s swim team defeated two of three teams at St. Louis University Wednesday. Centenary defeated IUPUI and Valparaiso, both from the Mid-Con, by the scores of 131-73 and 132-76, respectively. The Ladies fell to host St. Louis, 139-79, in Wednesday’s meet. Somewhat a measuring stick for how the Ladies are progressing thus far this season, Centenary defeated conference foes IUPUI and Valparaiso in both Tuesday’s and Wednesday’s meet. In Wednesday’s meet, freshmen Maggie Vaughan (Clinton, Miss.) and Leslie Wyatt (Greenwood Village, Colo.) were part of four new school records, signaling a bright future for the Ladies’ program. Vaughan, among the premier swimmers in the Mid-Continent Conference, set a new Centenary record for the 200 free with a time of 1:56.76, also breaking her own school record in the 500 free with a time of 5:06.51. Just in her freshman season, Vaughan owns school record in three events. Wyatt broke the school record in the 400 individual medley, breaking her school record in the event with a time of 4:43.00. Wyatt was also part of the first-place finishing 200 free relay team, which set a new Centenary mark with a time of 1:40.74. Wyatt, who swam the opening leg of the event, was joined by sophomore Taryne Cantillo (Georgetown, Texas) , freshman Natalie Nazzal (Kingwood, Texas) and sophomore Leslie Clampitt (Dallas) . Coupled with her win in the 200 free relay, Clampitt also took first in the 100 free with a time of 54.75, finishing second in the 50 free with a time of 24.85. In the 100 fly, Cantillo finished second, recording a time of 1:00.08, while Rebecca Loy (Flower Mound, Texas) finished second in the 100 breaststroke with a time of 1:09.64. To open the meet, the team of junior Melanie Zimmerman (Round Rock, Texas) , freshman Kendra Norman (Power
December 20, 2006
Files associated with this release: Meet Results Leslie Wyatt broke the Ladies' record in the 400 IM ST. LOUIS -- Four school records were set as the Centenary women’s swim team defeated two of three teams at St. Louis University Wednesday. Centenary defeated IUPUI and Valparaiso, both from the Mid-Con, by the scores of 131-73 and 132-76, respectively. The Ladies fell to host St. Louis, 139-79, in Wednesday’s meet. Somewhat a measuring stick for how the Ladies are progressing thus far this season, Centenary defeated conference foes IUPUI and Valparaiso in both Tuesday’s and Wednesday’s meet. In Wednesday’s meet, freshmen Maggie Vaughan (Clinton, Miss.) and Leslie Wyatt (Greenwood Village, Colo.) were part of four new school records, signaling a bright future for the Ladies’ program. Vaughan, among the premier swimmers in the Mid-Continent Conference, set a new Centenary record for the 200 free with a time of 1:56.76, also breaking her own school record in the 500 free with a time of 5:06.51. Just in her freshman season, Vaughan owns school record in three events. Wyatt broke the school record in the 400 individual medley, breaking her school record in the event with a time of 4:43.00. Wyatt was also part of the first-place finishing 200 free relay team, which set a new Centenary mark with a time of 1:40.74. Wyatt, who swam the opening leg of the event, was joined by sophomore Taryne Cantillo (Georgetown, Texas) , freshman Natalie Nazzal (Kingwood, Texas) and sophomore Leslie Clampitt (Dallas) . Coupled with her win in the 200 free relay, Clampitt also took first in the 100 free with a time of 54.75, finishing second in the 50 free with a time of 24.85. In the 100 fly, Cantillo finished second, recording a time of 1:00.08, while Rebecca Loy (Flower Mound, Texas) finished second in the 100 breaststroke with a time of 1:09.64. To open the meet, the team of junior Melanie Zimmerman (Round Rock, Texas) , freshman Kendra Norman (Power
December 20, 2006
Files associated with this release: Meet Results Jamie Stults set two new school records Wednesday ST. LOUIS -- A standout performance by freshman Jamie Stults led the Centenary men’s swim team to two wins in Wednesday’s meet at St. Louis University. The Gents earned wins over Mid-Continent Conference foes IUPUI and Valparaiso Wednesday. Centenary defeated IUPUI by a scored of 136-81, earning a 142-58 win over Valparaiso. The Gents fell to host St. Louis by a score of 107.5-96.5. Stults, a freshman from Allen, Texas, broke the Centenary record for the 400 individual medley, also breaking the school record in the 100 breaststroke. In the 400 IM, Stults set a new bar in the event with a time of 4:17.53, breaking the mark of Centenary junior Kyle McKee (Louisville, Ky.) . Stults recorded a time of 1:00.75 in the 100 breaststroke to set a new school record. Stults also took third in the 200 free with a time of 1:46.95, finishing behind sophomore Chase Lambert (Benton, Ark.) , who finished first with a time of 1:44.64. In addition to his win in the 200 free, Lambert won the 500 free with a time of 4:49.00, finishing ahead of freshman Cole McGee (Albuquerque, N.M.) , who recorded a time of 4:54.71 in the event. Also having a standout meet, freshman Sam Hayes (Alexandria, La.) took second in the 50 free with a time of 22.17 and finished third in the 100 free with a time of 48.13. Both relays performed well for the Gents in Wednesday’s meet, as the 200 free relay team of sophomore Bryan Myers (Round Rock, Texas) , freshman Vladamir Montoya (Cedar Park, Texas) , Lambert and freshman Dustin Myers (Round Rock, Texas) finished first with a time of 1:27.29. The team of junior Adam D’Aquin (Baton Rouge, La.) , McKee, freshman Rustin Green (Campbell, Texas) and freshman David Berude (Kingwood, Texas) finished second in the 200 medley relay with a time of 1:38.03. Centenary takes a break from action until the month of January, hosting Delta State at the Cen
December 20, 2006
Files associated with this release: Meet Results Jamie Stults set two new school records Wednesday ST. LOUIS -- A standout performance by freshman Jamie Stults led the Centenary men’s swim team to two wins in Wednesday’s meet at St. Louis University. The Gents earned wins over Mid-Continent Conference foes IUPUI and Valparaiso Wednesday. Centenary defeated IUPUI by a scored of 136-81, earning a 142-58 win over Valparaiso. The Gents fell to host St. Louis by a score of 107.5-96.5. Stults, a freshman from Allen, Texas, broke the Centenary record for the 400 individual medley, also breaking the school record in the 100 breaststroke. In the 400 IM, Stults set a new bar in the event with a time of 4:17.53, breaking the mark of Centenary junior Kyle McKee (Louisville, Ky.) . Stults recorded a time of 1:00.75 in the 100 breaststroke to set a new school record. Stults also took third in the 200 free with a time of 1:46.95, finishing behind sophomore Chase Lambert (Benton, Ark.) , who finished first with a time of 1:44.64. In addition to his win in the 200 free, Lambert won the 500 free with a time of 4:49.00, finishing ahead of freshman Cole McGee (Albuquerque, N.M.) , who recorded a time of 4:54.71 in the event. Also having a standout meet, freshman Sam Hayes (Alexandria, La.) took second in the 50 free with a time of 22.17 and finished third in the 100 free with a time of 48.13. Both relays performed well for the Gents in Wednesday’s meet, as the 200 free relay team of sophomore Bryan Myers (Round Rock, Texas) , freshman Vladamir Montoya (Cedar Park, Texas) , Lambert and freshman Dustin Myers (Round Rock, Texas) finished first with a time of 1:27.29. The team of junior Adam D’Aquin (Baton Rouge, La.) , McKee, freshman Rustin Green (Campbell, Texas) and freshman David Berude (Kingwood, Texas) finished second in the 200 medley relay with a time of 1:38.03. Centenary takes a break from action until the month of January, hosting Delta State at the Cen
December 20, 2006
Files associated with this release: Meet Results Jamie Stults set two new school records Wednesday ST. LOUIS -- A standout performance by freshman Jamie Stults led the Centenary men’s swim team to two wins in Wednesday’s meet at St. Louis University. The Gents earned wins over Mid-Continent Conference foes IUPUI and Valparaiso Wednesday. Centenary defeated IUPUI by a scored of 136-81, earning a 142-58 win over Valparaiso. The Gents fell to host St. Louis by a score of 107.5-96.5. Stults, a freshman from Allen, Texas, broke the Centenary record for the 400 individual medley, also breaking the school record in the 100 breaststroke. In the 400 IM, Stults set a new bar in the event with a time of 4:17.53, breaking the mark of Centenary junior Kyle McKee (Louisville, Ky.) . Stults recorded a time of 1:00.75 in the 100 breaststroke to set a new school record. Stults also took third in the 200 free with a time of 1:46.95, finishing behind sophomore Chase Lambert (Benton, Ark.) , who finished first with a time of 1:44.64. In addition to his win in the 200 free, Lambert won the 500 free with a time of 4:49.00, finishing ahead of freshman Cole McGee (Albuquerque, N.M.) , who recorded a time of 4:54.71 in the event. Also having a standout meet, freshman Sam Hayes (Alexandria, La.) took second in the 50 free with a time of 22.17 and finished third in the 100 free with a time of 48.13. Both relays performed well for the Gents in Wednesday’s meet, as the 200 free relay team of sophomore Bryan Myers (Round Rock, Texas) , freshman Vladamir Montoya (Cedar Park, Texas) , Lambert and freshman Dustin Myers (Round Rock, Texas) finished first with a time of 1:27.29. The team of junior Adam D’Aquin (Baton Rouge, La.) , McKee, freshman Rustin Green (Campbell, Texas) and freshman David Berude (Kingwood, Texas) finished second in the 200 medley relay with a time of 1:38.03. Centenary takes a break from action until the month of January, hosting Delta State at the Cen
December 19, 2006
Files associated with this release: Team Results Meet Results Leslie Clampitt was part of two event wins Tuesday . ST. LOUIS -- Competing in its first meet in more than a month, the Centenary women’s swim team defeated IUPUI and Valparaiso, falling to host St. Louis in Tuesday’s quad meet. Paced by five event wins, the Ladies defeated IUPUI, 137-70, while also defeating Valparaiso, 133-79. Against host St. Louis, Centenary fell, 125-90, although the overall performance of the Ladies should be complimented. Freshman Maggie Vaughan (Clinton, Miss.) took home event wins in both the 500 free and 1,000 free, remaining undefeated in both events this season. Vaughan captured the 500 free with a time of 5:08.66, while winning the 1,000 free with a time of 10:24.62. She is proving to be one of the elite swimmers in the Mid-Con, continuing to improve throughout the season. Part of two event wins, sophomore Leslie Clampitt (Dallas) won the 50 free with a time of 24.99, helping the Ladies capture first place in the 400 free relay. Clampitt was joined by sophomore Alana Gregory (Flower Mound, Texas) , freshman Natalie Nazzal (Kingwood, Texas) and junior Melanie Zimmerman (Round Rock, Texas) in the 400 free relay, recording a time of 3:40.22. In the 100 free, the Ladies took home the top two spots, with Nazzal capturing first with a time of 55.52. Gregory finished in second behind Nazzal, touching the wall with a time of 55.55. Capturing two top-three finishes, sophomore Taryne Cantillo (Georgetown, Texas) finished second in the 200 individual medley with a time of 2:14.71, also finishing third in the 200 backstroke with a time of 2:17.01. Centenary returns to action Wednesday at St. Louis. < < Return to Ladies Swimming schedule
December 19, 2006
Files associated with this release: Team Results Meet Results Leslie Clampitt was part of two event wins Tuesday . ST. LOUIS -- Competing in its first meet in more than a month, the Centenary women’s swim team defeated IUPUI and Valparaiso, falling to host St. Louis in Tuesday’s quad meet. Paced by five event wins, the Ladies defeated IUPUI, 137-70, while also defeating Valparaiso, 133-79. Against host St. Louis, Centenary fell, 125-90, although the overall performance of the Ladies should be complimented. Freshman Maggie Vaughan (Clinton, Miss.) took home event wins in both the 500 free and 1,000 free, remaining undefeated in both events this season. Vaughan captured the 500 free with a time of 5:08.66, while winning the 1,000 free with a time of 10:24.62. She is proving to be one of the elite swimmers in the Mid-Con, continuing to improve throughout the season. Part of two event wins, sophomore Leslie Clampitt (Dallas) won the 50 free with a time of 24.99, helping the Ladies capture first place in the 400 free relay. Clampitt was joined by sophomore Alana Gregory (Flower Mound, Texas) , freshman Natalie Nazzal (Kingwood, Texas) and junior Melanie Zimmerman (Round Rock, Texas) in the 400 free relay, recording a time of 3:40.22. In the 100 free, the Ladies took home the top two spots, with Nazzal capturing first with a time of 55.52. Gregory finished in second behind Nazzal, touching the wall with a time of 55.55. Capturing two top-three finishes, sophomore Taryne Cantillo (Georgetown, Texas) finished second in the 200 individual medley with a time of 2:14.71, also finishing third in the 200 backstroke with a time of 2:17.01. Centenary returns to action Wednesday at St. Louis. < < Return to Ladies Swimming schedule
December 19, 2006
Files associated with this release: Team Results Meet Results Leslie Clampitt was part of two event wins Tuesday . ST. LOUIS -- Competing in its first meet in more than a month, the Centenary women’s swim team defeated IUPUI and Valparaiso, falling to host St. Louis in Tuesday’s quad meet. Paced by five event wins, the Ladies defeated IUPUI, 137-70, while also defeating Valparaiso, 133-79. Against host St. Louis, Centenary fell, 125-90, although the overall performance of the Ladies should be complimented. Freshman Maggie Vaughan (Clinton, Miss.) took home event wins in both the 500 free and 1,000 free, remaining undefeated in both events this season. Vaughan captured the 500 free with a time of 5:08.66, while winning the 1,000 free with a time of 10:24.62. She is proving to be one of the elite swimmers in the Mid-Con, continuing to improve throughout the season. Part of two event wins, sophomore Leslie Clampitt (Dallas) won the 50 free with a time of 24.99, helping the Ladies capture first place in the 400 free relay. Clampitt was joined by sophomore Alana Gregory (Flower Mound, Texas) , freshman Natalie Nazzal (Kingwood, Texas) and junior Melanie Zimmerman (Round Rock, Texas) in the 400 free relay, recording a time of 3:40.22. In the 100 free, the Ladies took home the top two spots, with Nazzal capturing first with a time of 55.52. Gregory finished in second behind Nazzal, touching the wall with a time of 55.55. Capturing two top-three finishes, sophomore Taryne Cantillo (Georgetown, Texas) finished second in the 200 individual medley with a time of 2:14.71, also finishing third in the 200 backstroke with a time of 2:17.01. Centenary returns to action Wednesday at St. Louis. < < Return to Ladies Swimming schedule
December 19, 2006
Files associated with this release: Team Results Meet Results Chase Lambert had three event wins in Tuesday's meet at St. Louis ST. LOUIS -- The Centenary men’s swim team performed brilliantly in Tuesday’s quad meet at St. Louis University. The Gents defeated Mid-Con foes IUPUI and Valparaiso, along with host St. Louis in Tuesday’s meet. Centenary earned a 146-69 win over IUPUI, while defeating Valparaiso 157-50. The Gents also defeated St. Louis 107.50-100.50, completing a sweep of the three opponents in Tuesday’s meet. Showing overall team balance and depth in all events throughout this season, Centenary captured seven event wins in Tuesday’s meet, led by the strong performance of sophomore Chase Lambert (Benton,Ark.) . Lambert, emerging as one of the premier swimmers in the Mid-Continent Conference, took wins in the 200 free (1:44.51) and 500 free (4:49.39), helping the Gents capture first place in the 400 free relay (3:10.15). The Gents depth was fully illustrated in the 500 free, as Centenary swept the first three spots headlined by Lambert’s win. Behind Lambert, freshman Quinn Larwood (Colleyville, Texas) and junior Ross Gilbert (Flower Mound, Texas) finished second and third, respectively, completing the Gent sweep. In addition to finishing second in the 500 free, Larwood took first place in the 200 fly with a time of 1:58.45. The day started with Centenary taking the 400 medley relay, with the team of Bryan Myers (Round Rock, Texas) , Ryan Duplantis (Chauvin, La.) , Wladimir Montoya (Cedar Park, Texas) and Sam Hayes (Alexandria, La.) finishing with a time of 3:34.66. In the following event on the men’s side, freshman Cole McGee (Albuquerque, N.M.) took first in the 1,000 free, finishing with a time of 10:02.85. Also finishing first for the Gents, freshman Jamie Stults (Allen, Texas) recorded a time of 1:58.59 to take first in the 200 individual medley. Centenary returns to action Wednesday at St. Louis, looking to b
December 19, 2006
Files associated with this release: Team Results Meet Results Chase Lambert had three event wins in Tuesday's meet at St. Louis ST. LOUIS -- The Centenary men’s swim team performed brilliantly in Tuesday’s quad meet at St. Louis University. The Gents defeated Mid-Con foes IUPUI and Valparaiso, along with host St. Louis in Tuesday’s meet. Centenary earned a 146-69 win over IUPUI, while defeating Valparaiso 157-50. The Gents also defeated St. Louis 107.50-100.50, completing a sweep of the three opponents in Tuesday’s meet. Showing overall team balance and depth in all events throughout this season, Centenary captured seven event wins in Tuesday’s meet, led by the strong performance of sophomore Chase Lambert (Benton,Ark.) . Lambert, emerging as one of the premier swimmers in the Mid-Continent Conference, took wins in the 200 free (1:44.51) and 500 free (4:49.39), helping the Gents capture first place in the 400 free relay (3:10.15). The Gents depth was fully illustrated in the 500 free, as Centenary swept the first three spots headlined by Lambert’s win. Behind Lambert, freshman Quinn Larwood (Colleyville, Texas) and junior Ross Gilbert (Flower Mound, Texas) finished second and third, respectively, completing the Gent sweep. In addition to finishing second in the 500 free, Larwood took first place in the 200 fly with a time of 1:58.45. The day started with Centenary taking the 400 medley relay, with the team of Bryan Myers (Round Rock, Texas) , Ryan Duplantis (Chauvin, La.) , Wladimir Montoya (Cedar Park, Texas) and Sam Hayes (Alexandria, La.) finishing with a time of 3:34.66. In the following event on the men’s side, freshman Cole McGee (Albuquerque, N.M.) took first in the 1,000 free, finishing with a time of 10:02.85. Also finishing first for the Gents, freshman Jamie Stults (Allen, Texas) recorded a time of 1:58.59 to take first in the 200 individual medley. Centenary returns to action Wednesday at St. Louis, looking to b
December 19, 2006
Files associated with this release: Team Results Meet Results Chase Lambert had three event wins in Tuesday's meet at St. Louis ST. LOUIS -- The Centenary men’s swim team performed brilliantly in Tuesday’s quad meet at St. Louis University. The Gents defeated Mid-Con foes IUPUI and Valparaiso, along with host St. Louis in Tuesday’s meet. Centenary earned a 146-69 win over IUPUI, while defeating Valparaiso 157-50. The Gents also defeated St. Louis 107.50-100.50, completing a sweep of the three opponents in Tuesday’s meet. Showing overall team balance and depth in all events throughout this season, Centenary captured seven event wins in Tuesday’s meet, led by the strong performance of sophomore Chase Lambert (Benton,Ark.) . Lambert, emerging as one of the premier swimmers in the Mid-Continent Conference, took wins in the 200 free (1:44.51) and 500 free (4:49.39), helping the Gents capture first place in the 400 free relay (3:10.15). The Gents depth was fully illustrated in the 500 free, as Centenary swept the first three spots headlined by Lambert’s win. Behind Lambert, freshman Quinn Larwood (Colleyville, Texas) and junior Ross Gilbert (Flower Mound, Texas) finished second and third, respectively, completing the Gent sweep. In addition to finishing second in the 500 free, Larwood took first place in the 200 fly with a time of 1:58.45. The day started with Centenary taking the 400 medley relay, with the team of Bryan Myers (Round Rock, Texas) , Ryan Duplantis (Chauvin, La.) , Wladimir Montoya (Cedar Park, Texas) and Sam Hayes (Alexandria, La.) finishing with a time of 3:34.66. In the following event on the men’s side, freshman Cole McGee (Albuquerque, N.M.) took first in the 1,000 free, finishing with a time of 10:02.85. Also finishing first for the Gents, freshman Jamie Stults (Allen, Texas) recorded a time of 1:58.59 to take first in the 200 individual medley. Centenary returns to action Wednesday at St. Louis, looking to b
November 18, 2006
Files associated with this release: Meet Results and Times Maggie Vaughan set a Ladies record in the 1,000 free Saturday FORT WORTH, Texas -- Facing stiff competition in Saturday’s tri-meet, the Centenary women’s swim team fell to both San Diego State (72-39) and hosts TCU (77-32) at the TCU Student Recreation Center. Against the two teams from the Mountain West Conference, Centenary put forth a competitive effort in Saturday’s meet, led by two event victories by freshman Maggie Vaughan (Clinton, Miss./Clinton) . Vaughan had a strong weekend in both the 500 free and 1,000 free, winning both events at TCU Saturday. In the 500 free, Vaughan came within three-tenths of a second of breaking her own program record, winning the event in Saturday’s meet with a time of 5:07.99. In the 1,000 free, Vaughan won the event with a time of 10:26.90, lowering her own Centenary record. For the weekend, Vaughan captured four wins, sweeping both the 500 free and 1,000 free Friday and Saturday, setting program records in both events. Fellow-freshman Rebecca Loy (Flower Mound, Texas/Flower Mound) , Centenary record holder in the 100 breast, captured second place in the 100 breaststroke with a time of 1:09.15. Also competitive in Saturday’s meet, sophomore Leslie Clampitt (Dallas/Highland Park) finished third in the 50 free with a time of 25.44, one of her best times of the season. Freshman Natalie Nazzal (Kingwood, Texas/Kingwood) took third in the 56.02 in the 100 free. To close the meet, competing in the 13th and final event on the women’s side, Centenary finished second in the 200 free relay, as the team of Clampitt, Nazzal, along with sophomore Alana Gregory (Flower Mound, Texas/Flower Mound) and junior Melanie Zimmerman (Round Rock, Texas/Round Rock) finished with a time of 1:41.65. Hosts TCU defeated both the Ladies and San Diego State (71-40) Saturday, led by senior Tara Sullivan’s two event wins. Centenary takes a break from competition
November 18, 2006
Files associated with this release: Meet Results and Times Maggie Vaughan set a Ladies record in the 1,000 free Saturday FORT WORTH, Texas -- Facing stiff competition in Saturday’s tri-meet, the Centenary women’s swim team fell to both San Diego State (72-39) and hosts TCU (77-32) at the TCU Student Recreation Center. Against the two teams from the Mountain West Conference, Centenary put forth a competitive effort in Saturday’s meet, led by two event victories by freshman Maggie Vaughan (Clinton, Miss./Clinton) . Vaughan had a strong weekend in both the 500 free and 1,000 free, winning both events at TCU Saturday. In the 500 free, Vaughan came within three-tenths of a second of breaking her own program record, winning the event in Saturday’s meet with a time of 5:07.99. In the 1,000 free, Vaughan won the event with a time of 10:26.90, lowering her own Centenary record. For the weekend, Vaughan captured four wins, sweeping both the 500 free and 1,000 free Friday and Saturday, setting program records in both events. Fellow-freshman Rebecca Loy (Flower Mound, Texas/Flower Mound) , Centenary record holder in the 100 breast, captured second place in the 100 breaststroke with a time of 1:09.15. Also competitive in Saturday’s meet, sophomore Leslie Clampitt (Dallas/Highland Park) finished third in the 50 free with a time of 25.44, one of her best times of the season. Freshman Natalie Nazzal (Kingwood, Texas/Kingwood) took third in the 56.02 in the 100 free. To close the meet, competing in the 13th and final event on the women’s side, Centenary finished second in the 200 free relay, as the team of Clampitt, Nazzal, along with sophomore Alana Gregory (Flower Mound, Texas/Flower Mound) and junior Melanie Zimmerman (Round Rock, Texas/Round Rock) finished with a time of 1:41.65. Hosts TCU defeated both the Ladies and San Diego State (71-40) Saturday, led by senior Tara Sullivan’s two event wins. Centenary takes a break from competition
November 18, 2006
Files associated with this release: Meet Results and Times Montoya set a new team record in the 100 fly Saturday FORT WORTH, Texas -- The Centenary men’s swim team fell 68-34 to TCU Saturday at the TCU Student Recreation Center. In Saturday’s meet, the Gents captured four event wins, highlighted by a sweep of three events and one new program record. In the 100 fly, freshman Wladamir Montoya (Cedar Park, Texas/Cedar Park) set a new Gents record with a time of 52.00, finishing third in the event. Montoya broke the former mark of Jonathan Harrop, who previously held the team record in the 100 fly with a time of 52.14. Sweeping the 100 free Saturday, sophomore Chase Lambert (Benton, Ark./Bryant) won the event with a time of 48.02. Behind Lambert was freshman Jamie Stults (Allen, Texas/Allen) and sophomore Randy Myers (Round Rock, Texas/Round Rock) with times of 49.79 and 52.82 for second and third place, respectively. The win in the 100 free was the second on the day for Lambert, who took the 200 free with a time of 1:44.79. In the event sweep of the 100 backstroke, freshman Sam Hayes (Alexandria, La./Alexandria Senior) had a time of 55.98 for the win, followed by junior Adam D’Aquin (Baton Rouge, La./Catholic) and freshman Alex Opland (Marietta, Ga./Mount Paran Christian) . Stults, junior Kyle McKee (Louisville, Ky./Tara) and freshman David Moss (Chelsea, Okla./Chelsea) completed a sweep in the 100 breaststroke, with Stults winning the event with a time of 1:02.09. Facing the Horned Frogs from the Mountain West Conference, Centenary showed valiant effort in the four wins. Centenary next travels to St. Louis University Dec. 19-20, not competing for close to a month. < < Return to Gents Swimming schedule
November 17, 2006
Files associated with this release: Meet Results/Times Maggie Vaughan Taryne Cantillo DENTON, Texas -- The Centenary women’s swim team had a very competitive meet Friday’s against the University of North Texas and San Diego State, held at the Pohl Recreation Center. Against San Diego State of the Mountain West Conference and host North Texas of the Sun Belt Conference, the Ladies performed strongly against good competition Friday, winning four events. With Centenary and San Diego State not scored against, due to the two teams meeting at TCU Saturday, the Ladies faced a strong side from North Texas, eventually falling to the Mean Green. North Texas won nine of the 14 events Friday en route to its third victory of the season. The Ladies were led in Friday’s meet by the duo of sophomore Taryne Cantillo (Georgetown, Texas/Georgetown) and freshman Maggie Vaughan (Clinton, Miss./Clinton) . Combined, the two swimmers captured four events, setting Centenary school records in two of those event wins. Cantillo continues to perform strong in her respective events, winning both the 100 and 200 fly and narrowly breaking her own school record in the 100 fly. Coming within three-tenths of a second of breaking her record time in the 100 fly for the Ladies, Cantillo touched the wall with a time of 59.87 for the win. In the 200 fly, she held off two charging North Texas swimmers for the win, recording a time of 2:11.31, her best time of the 2006-07 season. Vaughan took home the 500 free and 1,000 free in Friday’s meet, remaining undefeated and among the Mid-Continent Conference’s best in the two events. Breaking her own school record in the 1,000 free, Vaughan won the event with a time of 10:29.45, recording the best time of her young career. In the 500 free, Vaughan capped off a successful meet with a new school record of 5:07.60, winning the event and shattering her former mark of 5:10.38. Setting season-best times for the 2006-07 season Friday were N
November 4, 2006
Files associated with this release: Hendrix Relays Results Jessica Brown was part of four relay wins Saturday Leslie Wyatt and her teammates won 10 relay events CONWAY, Ark. -- Sweeping both weekend events held at Grove Pool, the both the Centenary men’s and women’s swim teams captured victories in the 44th Annual Hendrix Relays, held at Hendrix College in Conway, Ark. Both the Gents and Ladies squads picked up 346 points in the win. After winning Friday’s Hendrix Classic, the Gents dominated the competition Saturday, winning 10 of 11 relay events. Three Gent swimmers were part of four relay event victories in Saturday’s Hendrix Relays, with five other Centenary swimmers winning multiple relays. Sophomores Bryan Myers (Round Rock, Texas/Round Rock) and Ryan Duplantis (Chauvin, La./South Terrebonne) , along with freshman Wladamir Montoya (Cedar Park, Texas/Cedar Park) were all part of four winning relay teams, helping the Gents to the victory. Opening the meet for the Gents, Bryan Myers, Montoya, Jamie Stults (Allen, Texas/Allen) and Sam Hayes (Alexandria, La./Alexandria Senior) captured the 400 medley relay with a time of 3:40.05, over five second in front of the relay team from the University of Texas Permian Basin. The Gents went on to win the next seven events, capped off by a win in the 300 fly relay by the team of freshman David Berude (Kingwood, Texas/Kingwood) , sophomore Chase Lambert (Benton, Ark./Bryant) and Montoya. The trio recorded a time of 2:44.47 in the 300 fly relay. After a win in the 200 medley relay, Centenary ended a very successful weekend with a victory in the meet’s final event, the 400 free relay. Freshmen Alex Opland (Marietta, Ga./Mt. Paran Christian) and Clay Malinovsky (Frisco, Texas/Hebron) , joined by junior Adam D’Aquin (Baton Rouge, La./Catholic) and Lambert won the event with a time of 3:22.61. On the women’s side, Centenary won 10 events for the second consecutive day en route to the lopsi
November 4, 2006
Files associated with this release: Hendrix Relays Results Bryan Myers was one of two Gents who had four relay wins Jessica Brown had four relay wins at the Hendrix Relays CONWAY, Ark. -- Sweeping both weekend events held at Grove Pool, the both the Centenary men’s and women’s swim teams captured victories in the 44th Annual Hendrix Relays, held at Hendrix College in Conway, Ark. Both the Gents and Ladies squads picked up 346 points in the win. After winning Friday’s Hendrix Classic, the Gents dominated the competition Saturday, winning 10 of 11 relay events. Three Gent swimmers were part of four relay event victories in Saturday’s Hendrix Relays, with five other Centenary swimmers winning multiple relays. Sophomores Bryan Myers (Round Rock, Texas/Round Rock) and Ryan Duplantis (Chauvin, La./South Terrebonne) , along with freshman Wladamir Montoya (Cedar Park, Texas/Cedar Park) were all part of four winning relay teams, helping the Gents to the victory. Opening the meet for the Gents, Bryan Myers, Montoya, Jamie Stults (Allen, Texas/Allen) and Sam Hayes (Alexandria, La./Alexandria Senior) captured the 400 medley relay with a time of 3:40.05, over five second in front of the relay team from the University of Texas Permian Basin. The Gents went on to win the next seven events, capped off by a win in the 300 fly relay by the team of freshman David Berude (Kingwood, Texas/Kingwood) , sophomore Chase Lambert (Benton, Ark./Bryant) and Montoya. The trio recorded a time of 2:44.47 in the 300 fly relay. After a win in the 200 medley relay, Centenary ended a very successful weekend with a victory in the meet’s final event, the 400 free relay. Freshmen Alex Opland (Marietta, Ga./Mt. Paran Christian) and Clay Malinovsky (Frisco, Texas/Hebron) , joined by junior Adam D’Aquin (Baton Rouge, La./Catholic) and Lambert won the event with a time of 3:22.61. On the women’s side, Centenary won 10 events for the second consecutive day en route t
November 3, 2006
Files associated with this release: Hendrix Classic Results Taryne Cantillo was part of three event wins Maggie Vaughan won both the 500 free and 1,000 free CONWAY, Ark. -- The Centenary women’s swim team won the seven-team, 39th Annual Hendrix Classic Friday at Grove Pool, on the campus of Hendrix College, in Conway, Ark. The Ladies impressively won the meet by a margin of 107 points. Winning 10 of 11 events, Centenary was led by sophomore Taryne Cantillo (Georgetown, Texas/Georgetown) and freshman Maggie Vaughan (Clinton, Miss./Clinton) in Friday’s meet, in which the Ladies compiled 309 points. For the second-straight meet, Cantillo was part of three event wins, winning the 200 free with a time of 1:59.25, recording a time of 2:11.80 to win the 200 fly. In addition to the individual wins, Cantillo was part of 400 medley relay, which won the event with a time of 4:10.15. Joining Cantillo on the 400 medley relay team was freshmen Rebecca Loy (Flower Mound, Texas/Flower Mound) and Leslie Wyatt (Greenwood Village, Colo./Cherry Creek) , along with junior Melanie Zimmerman (Round Rock, Texas/Round Rock) . Vaughan captured wins in the 1,000 free and 500 free, remaining undefeated in both events this season. Holding the Centenary record in both events, Vaughan won the 1,000 free with a time of 10:34.42, winning the 500 free with a time of 5:12.21. Also winning individual events for the Ladies was sophomore Leslie Clampitt (Dallas/Highland Park) and freshman Natalie Nazzal (Kingwood, Texas/Kingwood) , along with Loy and Wyatt. Clampitt took the 50 free, touching the wall with a time of 25.14. In the next event following Clampitt’s win, Wyatt won the 200 individual medley, recording a time of 2:15.31. Finishing right behind Wyatt in the 200 IM and taking second place, sophomore Nicole Turner (Rockwall, Texas/Rockwall) set a new career-low in the event with a time of 2:20.49. Nazzal and Zimmerman took the top two spots in the 100 free, with Nazzal edging o
November 3, 2006
Files associated with this release: Hendrix Classic Results Lambert won three events at Friday's Hendrix Classic Stults was part of three event wins CONWAY, Ark. -- Scoring a season-high 315 points, the Centenary men’s swim team won the 39th Annual Hendrix Classic Friday at Grove Pool, in Conway, Ark. Both Chase Lambert and Jamie Stults won multiple events for the Gents. Exploding to a season-high 10 event wins, Lambert and Stults combined to win six events, helping the Gents capture the seven-team event Friday. Lambert, a sophomore from Benton, Ark., won both the 200 free and 500 free, also taking the 200 fly. In the 200 free, Lambert won the event with a time of 1:47.29, winning the 500 free with a time of 4:50.35, finishing just ahead of Centenary freshman Cole McGee (4:52.75). In Lambert’s win in the 200 fly, in which the sophomore captured the event with a time of 1:58.03, the Gents took the top two spots, one of five events Centenary went 1-2. Finishing second in the 200 fly, freshman Wladamir Montoya (Cedar Park, Texas/Cedar Park) had a time of 1:59.26, setting a new career-low time. A freshman from Allen, Texas, Stults won the 200 individual medley and 200 breaststroke, part of the Gents relay team which won the 400 yard medley relay. Winning the 200 IM, Stults had a time of 2:01.88, winning the 200 breaststroke with a time of 2:18.66. In the 200 breaststroke, Stults finished ahead of teammate Clay Malinovsky (Frisco, Texas/Hebron) , who took second with a time of 2:19.30. Swimming the second leg of the relay, Stults was joined by sophomore Bryan Myers (Round Rock, Texas/Round Rock) , Montoya and Sam Hayes (Alexandria, La./Alexandria) . The team won the relay with a time of 3:36.91. Joining Lambert and Stults with event wins, McGee captured the 1,000 free, with Bryan Myers and Malinovsky winning the 100 free and 200 backstroke, respectively. Breaking the Gents program record in the 1,000 free in last weekend’s meet against SMU, McGee won t
October 29, 2006
Files associated with this release: Results Cole McGee set a new Gents record for the 1,000 Free SHREVEPORT, La. -- The Centenary men’s swimming team fell to Southern Methodist University, 134-122, Saturday at the Centenary Fitness Center. The Mustangs won 13 of 16 events in Saturday’s meet, led by senior Justin Smith and freshman Pontus Renholm. Combined, Smith and Renholm won four events, with Renholm setting Fitness Center records in the 100-yard backstroke (50.98) and 200-yard backstroke (1:52.97). Smith won the 100 free with a time of 48.88, capturing 200 free with a time of 1:46.03. Winning events for the Gents in Saturday’s meet were freshmen Wladimir Montoya (Cedar Park, Texas/Cedar Park) and Jamie Stults (Allen, Texas/Allen) . Montoya won the 100 fly with a time of 53.05, lowering his career-low time of 53.24, while Stults won the 200 breaststroke with a time of 2:19.09. Stults’ time set a new pool record at the Fitness Center, setting the mark in his first collegiate season. In the final event of the meet, the team of sophomores Bryan Myers (Round Rock, Texas/Round Rock) and Chase Lambert (Benton, Ark./Bryant) , along with juniors Adam D’Aquin (Baton Rouge, La./Catholic) and Dustin Myers (Round Rock, Texas/Round Rock) took the 200 free relay, recording a time of 1:28.32. Breaking the Gents record for the 1,000 free, freshman Cole McGee (Albuquerque, N.M./LaCueva) finished second in the event with a time of 9:54.74, breaking the mark of teammate Ross Gilbert (Flower Mound, Texas/Flower Mound) set last season. Centenary travels to the Hendrix Classic and Relays next weekend, hosted by Central Arkansas, in Conway, Ark. < < Return to Gents Swimming schedule
October 28, 2006
Files associated with this release: Results Kayli LeBlanc participated in her final collegiate home meet Saturday SHREVEPORT, La. -- Five Centenary women’s swimming records fell in the Ladies 141-121 win over the University of New Orleans Saturday at the Centenary Fitness Center. Continuing to build as a program, freshmen Maggie Vaughan (Clinton, Miss./Clinton) and Rebecca Loy (Flower Mound, Texas/Flower Mound) , along with sophomore Taryne Cantillo (Georgetown, Texas/Georgetown) all broke program records Saturday, all lowering their season-low times in their respective events. Cantillo highlighted her outstanding day with three event wins, including setting a new school record in the 100 fly. The sophomore started the day with a win in the 200 free, touching the wall just ahead of teammate Leslie Wyatt (Greenwood Village, Colo./Cherry Creek) with a time of 2:00.18. Cantillo followed her win in the 200 free with a win in the 200 fly, recording a time of 2:12.80. In her record-breaking performance in the 100 fly, Cantillo swam a 59.56, just edging her own record of 59.69 registered during her freshman season. Just freshmen and already registering school records, Vaughan and Loy won a combined four events in Saturday’s win over New Orleans. Vaughan captured the 1,000 free and 500 free, remaining undefeated in the event this season with six wins. In the 1,000 free, Vaughan touched the wall with a time of 10:30.86, lowering her program record of 10:34.58 recorded last weekend. Later in the meet, Vaughan won the 500 free with a time of 5:10.38, coming in three seconds under her program record time of 5:13.18. Loy shattered her own records in the 100 breaststroke (1:08.77) and 200 breaststroke (2:27.68), winning both events against New Orleans. In the 200 breaststroke, Loy set a new pool record at the Fitness Center, one of many pool records to fall in Saturday’s meet. Also contributing in the win, freshman Natalie Nazzal (Kingwood, Texas/Kingwood) and
October 21, 2006
Maggie Vaughan set two school records over the weekend Rebecca Loy set records in the 100 and 200-yard breaststrokes SHREVEPORT, La. -- Five individual records were broken as the Centenary women’s swimming team opened the 2006-07 season defeating Arkansas-Little Rock Friday and Henderson State Saturday. In a tri-meet against Ouachita Baptist and Arkansas-Little Rock Friday, Centenary defeated Little Rock by a score of 85-8, falling to Ouachita Baptist, 53-42. In the season-opening meet, freshman Maggie Vaughan (Clinton, Miss./Clinton) set a new school record in both the 500-yard freestyle and the 1000-yard freestyle, winning both events against OBU and UALR. Early in the meet, Vaughan broke the Centenary record for the 1000-yard freestyle by more than 30 seconds, finishing with a time of 10:34.58. Vaughan would follow that by setting a new record in the 500-yard freestyle, with a time of 5:13.18, breaking the mark of teammate Taryne Cantillo (Georgetown, Texas/Georgetown) . Fellow-freshman Rebecca Loy (Flower Mound, Texas/Flower Mound) also set a new school mark in the 200-yard breaststroke, touching the wall with a time of 2:29.94 and breaking the record of teammate Lori Von Pingle (Jackson, Miss./Jackson Prep) . Also excelling in Friday’s meet was junior Melanie Zimmerman (Round Rock, Texas/Round Rock) , who won the 100-yard freestyle with a time of 56.47. Freshman Natalie Nazzal (Kingwood, Texas/Kingwood) finished second in the 100-yard free with a time of 56.59, helping the Ladies capture the top two positions in the event. Both Zimmerman and Nazzal were part of the 400-yard relay team, which captured the event with a time of 3:45.84. Joining the two on the relay team were sophomores Leslie Clampitt (Dallas/Highland Park) and Alana Gregory (Dallas/Hillcrest) . In Saturday’s meet against Henderson State, the Ladies captured five events en route to a 103-100 win over the Lady Reddies. Setting new school records for the Ladies was Loy and freshma
October 21, 2006
Maggie Vaughan set two school records over the weekend Rebecca Loy set records in the 100 and 200-yard breaststrokes SHREVEPORT, La. -- Five individual records were broken as the Centenary women’s swimming team opened the 2006-07 season defeating Arkansas-Little Rock Friday and Henderson State Saturday. In a tri-meet against Ouachita Baptist and Arkansas-Little Rock Friday, Centenary defeated Little Rock by a score of 85-8, falling to Ouachita Baptist, 53-42. In the season-opening meet, freshman Maggie Vaughan (Clinton, Miss./Clinton) set a new school record in both the 500-yard freestyle and the 1000-yard freestyle, winning both events against OBU and UALR. Early in the meet, Vaughan broke the Centenary record for the 1000-yard freestyle by more than 30 seconds, finishing with a time of 10:34.58. Vaughan would follow that by setting a new record in the 500-yard freestyle, with a time of 5:13.18, breaking the mark of teammate Taryne Cantillo (Georgetown, Texas/Georgetown) . Fellow-freshman Rebecca Loy (Flower Mound, Texas/Flower Mound) also set a new school mark in the 200-yard breaststroke, touching the wall with a time of 2:29.94 and breaking the record of teammate Lori Von Pingle (Jackson, Miss./Jackson Prep) . Also excelling in Friday’s meet was junior Melanie Zimmerman (Round Rock, Texas/Round Rock) , who won the 100-yard freestyle with a time of 56.47. Freshman Natalie Nazzal (Kingwood, Texas/Kingwood) finished second in the 100-yard free with a time of 56.59, helping the Ladies capture the top two positions in the event. Both Zimmerman and Nazzal were part of the 400-yard relay team, which captured the event with a time of 3:45.84. Joining the two on the relay team were sophomores Leslie Clampitt (Dallas/Highland Park) and Alana Gregory (Dallas/Hillcrest) . In Saturday’s meet against Henderson State, the Ladies captured five events en route to a 103-100 win over the Lady Reddies. Setting new school records for the Ladies was Loy and freshma
October 21, 2006
Maggie Vaughan set two school records over the weekend Rebecca Loy set records in the 100 and 200-yard breaststrokes SHREVEPORT, La. -- Five individual records were broken as the Centenary women’s swimming team opened the 2006-07 season defeating Arkansas-Little Rock Friday and Henderson State Saturday. In a tri-meet against Ouachita Baptist and Arkansas-Little Rock Friday, Centenary defeated Little Rock by a score of 85-8, falling to Ouachita Baptist, 53-42. In the season-opening meet, freshman Maggie Vaughan (Clinton, Miss./Clinton) set a new school record in both the 500-yard freestyle and the 1000-yard freestyle, winning both events against OBU and UALR. Early in the meet, Vaughan broke the Centenary record for the 1000-yard freestyle by more than 30 seconds, finishing with a time of 10:34.58. Vaughan would follow that by setting a new record in the 500-yard freestyle, with a time of 5:13.18, breaking the mark of teammate Taryne Cantillo (Georgetown, Texas/Georgetown) . Fellow-freshman Rebecca Loy (Flower Mound, Texas/Flower Mound) also set a new school mark in the 200-yard breaststroke, touching the wall with a time of 2:29.94 and breaking the record of teammate Lori Von Pingle (Jackson, Miss./Jackson Prep) . Also excelling in Friday’s meet was junior Melanie Zimmerman (Round Rock, Texas/Round Rock) , who won the 100-yard freestyle with a time of 56.47. Freshman Natalie Nazzal (Kingwood, Texas/Kingwood) finished second in the 100-yard free with a time of 56.59, helping the Ladies capture the top two positions in the event. Both Zimmerman and Nazzal were part of the 400-yard relay team, which captured the event with a time of 3:45.84. Joining the two on the relay team were sophomores Leslie Clampitt (Dallas/Highland Park) and Alana Gregory (Dallas/Hillcrest) . In Saturday’s meet against Henderson State, the Ladies captured five events en route to a 103-100 win over the Lady Reddies. Setting new school records for the Ladies was Loy and freshma
October 21, 2006
Cole McGee won the 1000 Free in Saturday's meet SHREVEPORT, La. -- Opening the 2006-07 season, the Centenary men’s swimming team dropped meets to Ouachita Baptist Friday and Henderson State Saturday. In the season-opening meet against Ouachita Baptist, held at Waggoner Pool, in Arkadelphia, Ark., the Gents fell by three points to the Tigers, dropping the meet, 104-101. Winning individual events for Centenary in the season-opener was sophomore Chase Lambert (Benton, Ark./Bryant) , along with freshmen Bryan Myers (Round Rock, Texas/Round Rock) and Sam Hayes (Alexandria, La./Alexandria) . Lambert, who won three events in total over the weekend, started his sophomore season on a high note in Friday’s meet, winning both the 200-yard individual medley and the 200-yard butterfly. Lambert recorded a time of 1:45.68 in the 200-yard IM, while finishing with a time of 1:58.65 in the 200-yard butterfly. Myers won the 50-yard freestyle Friday, touching the wall with a time of 22.22, while Hayes won the 100-yard freestyle with a time of 48:97. Myers took second in the 100-yard free in Friday’s meet behind Hayes, recording a time of 49.62. In the final event of the evening, the team of Hayes, junior Adam D’Aquin (Baton Rouge, La./Catholic) , junior Dustin Myers (Round Rock, Texas/Round Rock) and Bryan Myers won the 400-yard freestyle relay, recording a time of 3:16.94. In Saturday’s meet against Henderson State, at the Duke Wells Center on the campus of Henderson State, the Reddies defeated Centenary by a score of 118-86. Freshman Cole McGee (Albuquerque, N.M./LaCueva) and Lambert won events for the Gents. McGee took home the 1000-yard freestyle, recording a time of 10:07.61. Fellow-freshman Quinn Larwood (Colleyville, Texas/Colleyville) finished second in the 1000-free behind McGee with a time of 10:13.68. Lambert captured the 200-yard freestyle with a time of 1:45.19. In its next meet, Centenary returns home to the Fitness Center to host SMU Oct. 2
October 21, 2006
Cole McGee won the 1000 Free in Saturday's meet SHREVEPORT, La. -- Opening the 2006-07 season, the Centenary men’s swimming team dropped meets to Ouachita Baptist Friday and Henderson State Saturday. In the season-opening meet against Ouachita Baptist, held at Waggoner Pool, in Arkadelphia, Ark., the Gents fell by three points to the Tigers, dropping the meet, 104-101. Winning individual events for Centenary in the season-opener was sophomore Chase Lambert (Benton, Ark./Bryant) , along with freshmen Bryan Myers (Round Rock, Texas/Round Rock) and Sam Hayes (Alexandria, La./Alexandria) . Lambert, who won three events in total over the weekend, started his sophomore season on a high note in Friday’s meet, winning both the 200-yard individual medley and the 200-yard butterfly. Lambert recorded a time of 1:45.68 in the 200-yard IM, while finishing with a time of 1:58.65 in the 200-yard butterfly. Myers won the 50-yard freestyle Friday, touching the wall with a time of 22.22, while Hayes won the 100-yard freestyle with a time of 48:97. Myers took second in the 100-yard free in Friday’s meet behind Hayes, recording a time of 49.62. In the final event of the evening, the team of Hayes, junior Adam D’Aquin (Baton Rouge, La./Catholic) , junior Dustin Myers (Round Rock, Texas/Round Rock) and Bryan Myers won the 400-yard freestyle relay, recording a time of 3:16.94. In Saturday’s meet against Henderson State, at the Duke Wells Center on the campus of Henderson State, the Reddies defeated Centenary by a score of 118-86. Freshman Cole McGee (Albuquerque, N.M./LaCueva) and Lambert won events for the Gents. McGee took home the 1000-yard freestyle, recording a time of 10:07.61. Fellow-freshman Quinn Larwood (Colleyville, Texas/Colleyville) finished second in the 1000-free behind McGee with a time of 10:13.68. Lambert captured the 200-yard freestyle with a time of 1:45.19. In its next meet, Centenary returns home to the Fitness Center to host SMU Oct. 2
September 23, 2006
Vaughan entered the Ladies record books in two events SHREVEPORT, La. -- The White squad earned a 260-256 victory over Maroon in the annual Centenary Swimming Maroon/White Scrimmage at the Centenary Fitness Center. In the first organized team event of the 2006-07 season, a 128-124 victory by the women of the white team was the deciding factor in helping the white squad earn the victory in the scrimmage. With both the men’s and women’s teams continuing to build towards the upcoming season, several Centenary swimmers broke into the Top 5 times in school history in the scrimmage, including one school record. In the men’s competition, the maroon and white squads finished tied at 122-122. Competing in the 100-yard breaststroke, freshman Jamie Stults (Allen, Texas/Allen) set a new school record with a time of 1:01.22. Just in his freshman season, Stults broke the former school record of 1:01.35, set by Devin Rourke three seasons ago. Stults also recorded the third-fastest time in Gents history in the 200-yard individual medley, finishing with a time of 1:59.21. Also recording Top 5 times for the Gents were freshmen Wladamir Montoya (Cedar Park, Texas/Cedar Park) , Sam Hayes (Alexandria, La./Alexandria) and Clay Malinovsky (Frisco, Texsa/Hebron) , along with junior Kyle McKee (Louisville/Tara) . In the 100-yard butterfly, Montoya came close to setting a new school mark, finishing the event with a time of 53.24, 1/10th of a second off of the record set by Jonathan Harrop in 2004. For the women, freshman Maggie Vaughan (Clinton, Miss./Clinton) entered the Ladies record books in two events, recording the third-fastest time in the 200-yard freestyle with a 2:00.07. Also competing in the 200-yard individual medley, Vaughan registered the fourth-fastest time with a 2:19.99. In the 100-yard breaststroke, Rebecca Loy (Flower Mound, Texas/Flower Mound) and Leslie Wyatt (Greenwood Village, Colo./Cherry Creek) entered the Ladies record books, recording the third an
September 23, 2006
Stults set a school record in the 100-yard breaststroke SHREVEPORT, La. -- The White squad earned a 260-256 victory over Maroon in the annual Centenary Swimming Maroon/White Scrimmage at the Centenary Fitness Center. In the first organized team event of the 2006-07 season, a 128-124 victory by the women of the white team was the deciding factor in helping the white squad earn the victory in the scrimmage. With both the men’s and women’s teams continuing to build towards the upcoming season, several Centenary swimmers broke into the Top 5 times in school history in the scrimmage, including one school record. In the men’s competition, the maroon and white squads finished tied at 122-122. Competing in the 100-yard breaststroke, freshman Jamie Stults (Allen, Texas/Allen) set a new school record with a time of 1:01.22. Just in his freshman season, Stults broke the former school record of 1:01.35, set by Devin Rourke three seasons ago. Stults also recorded the third-fastest time in Gents history in the 200-yard individual medley, finishing with a time of 1:59.21. Also recording Top 5 times for the Gents were freshmen Wladamir Montoya (Cedar Park, Texas/Cedar Park) , Sam Hayes (Alexandria, La./Alexandria) and Clay Malinovsky (Frisco, Texsa/Hebron) , along with junior Kyle McKee (Louisville/Tara) . In the 100-yard butterfly, Montoya came close to setting a new school mark, finishing the event with a time of 53.24, 1/10th of a second off of the record set by Jonathan Harrop in 2004. For the women, freshman Maggie Vaughan (Clinton, Miss./Clinton) entered the Ladies record books in two events, recording the third-fastest time in the 200-yard freestyle with a 2:00.07. Also competing in the 200-yard individual medley, Vaughan registered the fourth-fastest time with a 2:19.99. In the 100-yard breaststroke, Rebecca Loy (Flower Mound, Texas/Flower Mound) and Leslie Wyatt (Greenwood Village, Colo./Cherry Creek) entered the Ladies record books, recording the third