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Houstonian 1994 - Sports. 1994. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. August 1, 2015. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/20605/show/20564.

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(1994). Houstonian 1994 - Sports. Houstonian Yearbook Collection. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/yearb/item/20605/show/20564

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Title Houstonian 1994
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Date 1994
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Transcript ICoogs Suffer Rough Season Swim team sends one diver to NCAA Head coach Phil Hansen started his 25th season as head coach of the Houston swimming and diving team this year. He saw his silver anniversary end like the one before. The swimming team struggled due to lack of depth and experience. The diving team did extremely well, and Junior Olivia Clark went to nationals. Clark, one of two divers on the team, was also named an All-A •< rican for the fourth time. She and teammate Donnelle DuBois both went to the pre- qualifier to try and compete in the NCAA Championships. The pre-qualifier was held in Oklahoma City. There, Clark finished second in the one-meter and third in the three. DuBois finished third and fifth respectively. Overall Clark was second, and DuBois placed fifth. From there Clark went to the NCAA Championships which were held in Indianapolis. At nationals she earned 27 points placing the Cougars 23rd at the NCAA's. Clark finished fifth in the three- meter, tenth in the one-meter, and 11th in platform. At the Southwest Conference meet that was held in Austin, February 24-27, the diving team was also the Houston highlight. In one-meter competition Clark was second with 430.10 points, and DuBois was sixth with 398.85. On the three- meter springboard Clark finished with 502.75, and Clark came in fourth with 486.60. The swimming team as a whole finished sixth in the conference with 329 1/2 points and a season record of 0-8. At the SWC meet she finished ninth in the 200-yard freestyle with a time of 1:50.31. Tfee--^^1994LMdy Cougars Swimming and fai^mg^Fearri. Photo courtesy of Sports Information This earned her first place in the consolation final. She finished sixth in the 500 crossing the finish line in 4:56.43, her best of the season. The freestyle events were the bread and butter of the Cougar swim team. At Rice the Coogs won all the freestyle events except the 1000-yard race. Alexandra Heyns won the 100 and 200, her time of 1:52.04 set a pool record. Kristen de la Torre won the 50, and Suzanne Wingenter won the 500. The team started the season right in the middle of things with their first meet, the Cougars swam against Texas. The Lady Longhorns have never finished lower than first in the SWC. The Cougars best chance for a victory came when they hosted Missouri. The Tigers edged out the Cougars by only two points. Their next and only chance for victory came against TCU on campus at the University of Houston Na- tatorium. The Horned Frogs beat Houston by a narrow margin of 152.5 to 145.5. Heyns was the top swimmer for the team winning all her events. Nicola Clegg won the 100 and 200- yard breaststroke, and the 4000-yard relay team also finished first. The Cougars had good showings several times throughout the season. Against TCU Maria Rivera was out with a shoulder injury and might have made the difference between a loss and a win. The good news for the Cougars is there are no seniors on the team and there is a good foundation on which they can build.-Daniel Scholl 310 63) I hope there's still water down there. Olivia Clark was the onlyjCetigw to return to the NCAA Championships this season. C\bxk^o\L%&<&21 points for Houston finishing fifth in the three-meter, tenth in the one- meter, andV lth on the platform. Her overall finish was 23rd. Photo courtesy of Sports Information And they're off! During preseason practice the ladies were able to have some fun in the sun instead of being cooped up in M^Iclier^yn.JIhi^eason was not Vej^p{;oduciive for the Cougars )^tne~whole, but the coaches nave discovered they have someW-omising hopes for the future. * The team is fairly young and only loosing one due to graduation. Photo courtesy of Sports Information Smile for the camera please! Freshman Keron Magness walked-on the team this season and has proven she's got wh Cougar meter br! Prelims Througho - Lady Tthe 100 t the SWC swam a 1:09.28. t the season Magness also competed in the 200 and 400-meter medley relay, the 100 freestyle, the 200 breaststroke, and the 400 individual medley. Photos courtesy of Sports Information Points On The Board Houston Opponent 100 Texas 176 131.5 Alabama 165.5 130 Missouri 132 120 Texas A&M 179 132 LSU 165 120 SMU 179 145.5 TCU 152.5 119 Rice 143 SWC Championships Placed sixth with a score of 329.5 NCAA Championships Placed 23rd with a score of 27 points; Olivia Clark placed fifth in the three- meter, tenth in one-meter, and 11th in platform Where did you learn to do that? of a dry, desolate area cornel to differ. Sophomore Alexandra meter freestyle. This season she ca: more up on the board. She swam [ think of South Africa generally a picture fnative from Johannesburg would beg ^national champion in the 100 and 200- [ to the team as the leading scorer and put many best time (52.34) of the season in the 100-meter freetyle against Rice. Photo courtesy vf Sports Information 1993-1994 Coog Competitors Returning Players Laura Berry, Olivia Clark, Donnelle Dubois, Alexandra Heyns, Keele Jenschke, Marisol Monasterio, Jennifer Naae, Claudia Penarrieta, Maria Rivera Newcomers Stacey Barton, Christine Brown, Kristen De La Torre, Kathleen Hayes, Ashley Hinson, Jo Anne Houk, Karen Magness, Suzanne Wingenter Coaches Head Coach: Phil Hansel Assistant Coach: Mona Nyhem Diving Coach: Jane Figueiredo Sports Swimming 63) 311