LMU competed in 17 evening finals on the last day of the PCSC Championships.
Hannah Calton placed second overall in the 100 butterfly, while Lanna Kozlowski placed eighth in the 400 IM.
Hannah Calton reached the Championship Final of the 200 IM on Thursday.
LMU posted a pair of top-four finishes in relays on day one of the Championships.
LMU swam its final competition prior to the PCSC Championships beginning on February 8.
The LMU swimming team swam against the LMU men's basketball in friendly competition.
The LMU Sports Network interviews three new LMU swimmers.
This meet determined LMU's automatic travel squad for the upcoming Alaska - Fairbanks trip.
Stacy Maier is in her third season with LMU swimming... recipient of the Betty Werner Memorial Endowed Scholarship...
2015-16... Second-Team PCSC All-Conference (100 Backstroke | 200 Backstroke)... All of her best times came at the PCSC Championships, in the 50 Free(24.97, the 200 Free (1:54.75), the 500 Free (5:07.00), the 100 Back (58.27) and the 200 Back (2:07.04)
2014-15...earned PCSC All-Conference Team honors with her stellar performances at the PCSC Championships, and was one of the Top-10 scorers on the team with 58 points, helping the Lions to a second-place finish... added her name to more All-Time LMU records with her 100 Backstroke performance at the Arena Invitational as the seventh-fastest in LMU history (58.70), and bettered her placement in the 200 Backstroke to eighth-fastest in LMU history (2:05.14)...
2013-14...added depth and competitiveness in mid-distance freestyle and backstroke events throughout the year and had a strong finish at the MPSF Championships...raced into the record books with her performances in the 500 freestyle as the sixth-fastest woman in LMU history (5:04.38)...she also earned her name on the Top-10 list in the 200 backstroke at ninth (2:06.67) and the 1000 freestyle at 10th (10:49.59)...
A 2013 graduate of The Bear Creek School in Seattle, Wash...a four-year varsity letterwinner under coach Laura Halter...named team captain as a senior...garnered All-League, All-City, and All-Area recognition in all four seasons...named team MVP in her sophomore and senior seasons...school record holder in the 400 yard free Relay and 400 yard medley relay...
Stacy Jayne Maier is a health and human science major.
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