South Dakota goes 7-3 on day two of Coyote Extravaganza
SIOUX FALLS, SD — South Dakota swimming and diving closed out the Coyote Extravaganza with a double record 7-3 on Saturday inside the Midco Aquatic Center.
The Coyotes won seven individual events and a relay as the men’s team posted a 3-1 split and the women’s team 5-2.
Taylor Buhr, a freshman, won two individual events to lead the South Dakota women’s team in the pool. She hit the wall first in the 100m individual medley in 59.35 seconds, moving up Coyote’s all-time rankings to 8th. Buhr also won her specialty, the 200 breaststroke in 2:23.14.
Camilla Brogger Andersena freshman, won her third individual event of the two-day competition when she posted a time of 17:52.32 in the 1650 freestyle.
Emilie Kahn and Stella Fairbanks also picked up individual victories for the women’s team while Mack Sathre and Keegan Henning were individual winners on the men’s side.
Kahn, a sophomore, won the 200 freestyle in 1:55.08 while Fairbanks, a junior, posted an NCAA zone qualifying mark while winning the three-meter diving competition with a world record. season of 284.70 points.
Sathre, a senior, won his specialty, the 100 IM in 52.62 while Henning, a junior, won the 500 freestyle in 4:50.92.