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Women's Swimming and Diving Embarks to Davis

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LA JOLLA, Calif. – The No. 2 women’s swimming and diving team will open the month of November in Davis and race against several California Squads. The meet will provide the Tritons a chance to go up against several Division I squads while also helping the team see how they measure up to some of the top talent in the conference.


At UC Davis

Opponents: UC Davis, Pepperdine, Cal State East Bay

November 1 at 4:00 p.m. and November 2 at 9:00 a.m.

Schaal Aquatic Center


The women had a dominate performance against Claremont-Mudd Scripts and took down the Athenas 188-103. The Tritons placed first or had the fastest time in every event they entered. Freshman Katja Pavicevic was one of the top performers for the Tritons as she won the 200-yard Medley Relay and 100-yard and 200-yard breaststroke.


Host UC Davis is a member of the Mountain Pacific Sport Federation Conference, the conference the Tritons compete in. The Aggies placed second last season at the conference championship.

Cal State East Bay and Pepperdine are both part of UC San Diego’s former conference, the Pacific Collegiate Swim Conference. The teams finished first and second respectively at last year’s conference championship.


Fans can keep up with the Tritons through twitter, instagram and facebook. To follow on twitter and instagram, follow @UCSDswimdive.


The Tritons will have a busy weekend ahead. The team will travel to UC Santa Barbara on November 9. The women will have a quick turnaround and host Cal on November 11

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