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Aggies in Second Place at UNLV Invitational
Courtesy: New Mexico State University  
Release:  12/12/2010

 

LAS VEGAS (Dec. 11)-The New Mexico State swimming and diving team is in second place with 200 points after the first day of the UNLV Winter Invitational.

 

“I'm really proud of our team,” head coach Rick Pratt. “Our goal is to have many un-rested best times as we can and certainly that mission was accomplished today.”

 

Sophomore Beth Cate led the way for the Aggies with a second-place showing in the 200 individual medley. Freshman Tricia Kiss also scored in sixth place. In the 50 free, senior Kelly Conrad finished fourth and junior Gina Palombit was fifth.

 

The Aggies collected points in the 500 free with junior Brittney Moore taking fifth and Cate following in sixth. NM State also scored in the 200-free relay with fourth-place and fifth-place finishes.

 

The Aggies continue the six-team, three-day invitational Sunday, Dec. 12.



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