HOUSTON, Texas – The New Mexico State swimming and diving team moved up a spot on Friday during day two of the Phil Hansel Invitational hosted by the University of Houston. The Aggies now sit in fourth place with 384 total points.
Senior leadership was on the table during day two as Tricia Kiss and Terrin Seaver each had fifth-place finishes on the day to lead NM State. Both Aggie seniors marked 14 points for the team as Kiss finished fifth in the 400 IM and Seaver equaled the finish in the 100 back.
Junior Jessica Legge finished right behind Kiss in the 400 IM in sixth place with a time of 4:27.47 to earn another 13 points for NM State. Legge was also the high finisher in the 100 breast with a 1:03.53 and in seventh place.
Seaver also was the high finisher for the Aggies in the 100 fly, winning the consolation final with a time of 55.58. Sophomore Dorottya Lennert was right behind in second with a 55.75.
NM State started the day with a fifth-place finish in the 200 medley relay and finished the day with a seventh-place finish in the 800 free relay.
The Phil Hansel Invite concludes on Saturday with the final swims of the tournament. For a recap of all Aggie team and individual results log on to NMStateSports.com after Saturday’s final event.