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Sports / Recreation

Women's Swimming and Diving Oct. 15

Oct. 13, 2010

The Rams Swimming and Diving team will be 'butting heads' with the University of Utah Utes on Friday, Oct. 15. In a meet in Salt Lake last season, the Rams enjoyed a five point victory over the Utes, and the Utes will surely be out for revenge.

Senior captain Nicole Lynch holds the school record for the 100 yard breaststroke. Image by Dan Byers.

Friday, Oct. 15
5 p.m.
Moby Arena Pool

Your Colorado State University Women's Swimming and Diving team will be trying to extend their home winning streak to six duals in a row. 

Their last home loss was to eventual conference champion, BYU, back on Jan. 18, 2009.

The Rams narrowly escaped with a five-point victory over Utah in Salt Lake last season and the Utes will surely be out for revenge. 

Fast swimming, amazing diving

The first 100 students in the door who are wearing orange Aggie shirts will be given a ticket for a free CSU T-Shirt (sponsored by the Colorado State University Bookstore — a $9.95 value) to be redeemed at the pool entrance after the first diving break of the meet.

Admission to this event is free, so get out and enjoy front row seats to some very fast swimming and amazing diving at Moby Pool next Friday night, Oct. 15 at 5 p.m.! 

Note: Diver Shayna Solomon, a junior from Huntington Beach, Calif., is pictured in the large, feature photo that accompanies this story's intro. Image by Dan Byers.

Contact: John Mattos