Friday, September 19, 2014
YOLO COUNTY NEWS
99 CENTS

BRFS: 19 Aggies get season bests

By
December 3, 2010 |

\n

AUSTIN, Texas — Taking the pool against some of the best collegiate swimmers in the nation, the UC Davis women knew nothing less than their best would be enough. At Day 1 of the Texas Swimming and Diving Hall of Fame Invitational , the Aggies were up to that task.

\n

Heidi Kucera set two NCAA B Consideration Standard times and UCD recorded 19 individual season best times on Thursday at the Lee and Joe Jamail Texas Swimming Center.

\n

Kucera set both B marks in the 200 individual medley, after clocking in with a season and team best time of 2:00.34 in the event preliminaries. She finished seventh overall in the event finals with a time of 2:01.77, also an NCAA B Consideration time.

\n

The 200 freestyle A relay of Morgan Lee, Samantha Capozzo, Sabrina Cochrane and Kayleigh Foley finished seventh overall with a season-best time of 1:35.01, while the 400 medley relay A team — Linda Hermann, Foley, Liliana Alvarez and Kucera — also came in seventh overall with a 3:47.55, also a season-high.

\n

The Aggies were also led by a strong individual performance from Hermann, who finished in the top 20 in both the 500 free and the 200 IM. Hermann turned in a season and team-best time of 4:53.46 in the 500 free prelims, then finished 16th overall in the finals (4:56.02). In the 200 IM, Hermanns clocked in at 2:02.69 in the prelims and was 13th overall with a finals time of 2:03.04.

\n

Foley advanced to the finals of both the 100 butterfly and the 50 free. In the 100 fly, she advanced by way of a season-best 55.85 in the prelims and finished 23rd overall. She then clocked in with a season- and team-best time of 23.56 in the prelims of the 50 frees and was 26th overall.

\n

Jenah Dawson earned second swims in both the 100 fly and 200 IM, finishing 29th overall in the 100 fly (57.52) and 31st in the 200 IM with her best time of the year (2:07.55).

\n

Cochrane finished 21st overall in the 200 IM (2:04.06) and 35th in the 50 free (24.19), both season-best times. Capozzo (24.25 in the 50 free), Grace Benefield (5:00.28, 500 free) and Sarah Winters (5:08.38, 500 free) all swam their fastest times of the year.

\n

Alvarez was 30th overall in the 200 IM with a season-best time of 2:07.20 and Lee was 34th in the 50 freestyle, recording a season-best time of 24.01.

\n

The Aggies continue action at the Texas Invite today.

\n

\n

UCD men\’s golf

\n

Aggie head coach Cy Williams announced Thursday that Woodland High\’s Will Scarlett — last year\’s Tri-County Conference MVP — is one of two golfers to sign National Letters of Intent with UCD.

\n

Scarlett and Carmel High\’s Luke Vivolo, the fourth-place finisher at the 2009 state championships, will join the team next fall.

\n

“Both Luke and Will are great fits for UC Davis,” Williams said. “They\’re talented players, very good students and we\’re planning for them to be big contributors to our program.”

\n

Scarlett is a three-year letterwinner with the Wolves and was named his team\’s most valuable player in addition to earning similar honors from the conference last spring. Also a two-year team captain, Scarlett finished second at the league championship tournament in 2009. As a freshman, he took fourth at the event and was named Rookie of the Year.

\n

Woodland has finished as league runner-up each of his first three seasons.

\n

In addition to his golfing achievements, Scarlett is a member of the National Honor Society, California Scholarship Federation and the Principal\’s Honor Roll.

\n

Vivolo earned his impressive fourth-place tie at the CIF/SCGA state championship during his sophomore year after firing a 72 at the Poppy Hills Golf Club. The two-time All-Mission Trail Athletic League member was named his team\’s MVP last season.

\n

Carmel twice won the league title before taking second last year. Vivolo went on to earn medalist honors by two shots at the U.S. Junior Amateur Sectional Qualifier at Stanford Golf Course. He\’s earned honor roll distinction throughout his high school career.

\n

The pair will join an Aggie program that recently finished its fall season ranked 59th in the nation by Golfstat and will return to action in February at the 21st Annual Waikoloa Invitational in Kona, Hawaii.

\n

\n

Lacrosse gear swap

\n

The DHS boys lacrosse team will host a lacrosse gear swap on Saturday from 9:30 a.m.

\n

to 12:30 p.m. at the North Davis Elementary multipurpose room, 555 E. 14th St.

\n

With lacrosse growing so fast on the West Coast, gear can be hard to find. The swap is intended to help parents outfit their sons at a reasonable price.

\n

There will be some new and used gear for sale, but admission is free. Come to buy, sell, swap or donate gear for players of all ages.

\n

Donations may be dropped off before Saturday at 1804 Titian Place.

\n

For more information visit http://www.davislax.org.

\n

Comments

comments

Enterprise staff

  • Recent Posts

  • Enter your email address to subscribe to this newspaper and receive notifications of new articles by email.

  • .

    News

    School district may redevelop downtown site

    By Jeff Hudson | From Page: A1

     
    Grant means new push for moving tracks out of town

    By Dave Ryan | From Page: A1 | Gallery

    Some say council needs to reconsider MRAP

    By Dave Ryan | From Page: A1

     
    UC to create $250 million venture capital fund

    By San Francisco Chronicle | From Page: A1

    DUI suspected in crash

    By Lauren Keene | From Page: A2

     
    Master Gardeners share their wisdom at free workshops

    By Enterprise staff | From Page: A2

     
    Scots vote to stay in UK

    By The Associated Press | From Page: A2

    France strikes Islamic State group’s depot in Iraq

    By The Associated Press | From Page: A2

     
    Man faces arson charge in huge California wildfire

    By The Associated Press | From Page: A2

    Rabid bat found at Holmes Junior High

    By Enterprise staff | From Page: A3

     
    Students invited to apply for Blue & White grants

    By Enterprise staff | From Page: A3

    Halloween costume sale benefits preschool

    By Enterprise staff | From Page: A3

     
    Telling tales, on ‘Davisville’

    By Enterprise staff | From Page: A3

    Volunteers sought to make veggie bags

    By Enterprise staff | From Page: A3

     
    Storyteller will draw on music, dance

    By Enterprise staff | From Page: A3

    Woodland Healthcare offering flu shots

    By Enterprise staff | From Page: A3

     
    Putah Creek Bike Path to close temporarily

    By Enterprise staff | From Page: A3

     
    Little Free Libraries open at Montgomery

    By Anne Ternus-Bellamy | From Page: A3

    Project Linus seeks donations

    By Enterprise staff | From Page: A3

     
    Register to vote by Oct. 20

    By Enterprise staff | From Page: A4

    Free workout class set at library

    By Special to The Enterprise | From Page: A4

     
    Explorit: Lots of ways to be a volunteer

    By Lisa Justice | From Page: A4 | Gallery

     
    Sierra Club remembers longtime walker

    By Special to The Enterprise | From Page: A4

    DHS Classes of 1954 and 1955 will hold 60th reunion

    By Enterprise staff | From Page: A4

     
    Nonprofits can get DCN’s help

    By Enterprise staff | From Page: A4

    Davis maps available at Chamber office

    By Enterprise staff | From Page: A5

     
    Need a new best friend?

    By Enterprise staff | From Page: A5 | Gallery

    Reception benefits endangered gorillas

    By Special to The Enterprise | From Page: A5

     
    Downtown history tour planned in October

    By Enterprise staff | From Page: A7

    Davis hosts its own climate change rally

    By Special to The Enterprise | From Page: A8

     
    Sutter Farmers Market offers local goods

    By Enterprise staff | From Page: A8 | Gallery

    Wolk applauds approval of stronger rules for olive oil

    By Special to The Enterprise | From Page: A8

     
    Qigong classes available for heart health

    By Enterprise staff | From Page: A9

    .

    Forum

    Sick of being the bad guy

    By Creators Syndicate | From Page: B5

     
    Project has safety risks

    By Letters to the Editor | From Page: A6

    Learn more about Paso Fino

    By Letters to the Editor | From Page: A6

     
    Educate homeless with dogs

    By Letters to the Editor | From Page: A6, 1 Comment

    Cheers and Jeers: Not the end of the rainbow

    By Our View | From Page: A6

     
    Tom Meyer cartoon

    By Debbie Davis | From Page: A6

    Return to previous plan

    By Letters to the Editor | From Page: A6

     
    Save the ‘pine cone place’

    By Letters to the Editor | From Page: A6

    Affirm our community values

    By Letters to the Editor | From Page: A6

     
    .

    Sports

    Devils hope the light bulb turns on at Edison

    By Enterprise staff | From Page: B1

     
    River Cats and Giants sign two-year deal

    By Enterprise staff | From Page: B1

    Blue Devil volleyballers hold off Herd

    By Spencer Ault | From Page: B1 | Gallery

     
    Aggies’ new energy could be scary for Big West

    By Bruce Gallaudet | From Page: B1

    No rest for the weary: Aggie TE Martindale busy on and off the field

    By Bruce Gallaudet | From Page: B1 | Gallery

     
    Mustangs are no match for DHS boys in water polo

    By Enterprise staff | From Page: B2

    Take Zona and Bama this week

    By Bob Dunning | From Page: B2

     
    A’s slide continues as Rangers sweep

    By The Associated Press | From Page: B8

    .

    Features

    Name Droppers: Awards keep coming for UC Davis retiree

    By Enterprise staff | From Page: A7

     
    .

    Business

    Redesigned 2015 Escalade remains breed all its own

    By Ann M. Job | From Page: B3 | Gallery

     
    .

    Obituaries

    Carol L. Walsh

    By Special to The Enterprise | From Page: A4

     
    .

    Comics

    Comics: Friday, September 19, 2014

    By Creator | From Page: A10

     
    .

    Real Estate Review

    Featured Listing

    By Zack Snow | From Page: RER1

    Professional Services Directory

    By Zack Snow | From Page: RER2

    Taylor Morrison

    By Zack Snow | From Page: RER3

    Malek Baroody

    By Zack Snow | From Page: RER4

    Norcal Land

    By Zack Snow | From Page: RER5

    Robin Garland

    By Zack Snow | From Page: RER6

    Karen Waggoner

    By Zack Snow | From Page: RER7

    Dana Hawkins

    By Zack Snow | From Page: RER7

    Martha Bernauer

    By Zack Snow | From Page: RER8

    Joe Kaplan

    By Zack Snow | From Page: RER8

    Lynne Wegner

    By Zack Snow | From Page: RER8

    Remax

    By Zack Snow | From Page: RER9

    Melrina A Maggiora

    By Zack Snow | From Page: RER10

    Wells Fargo Home Mortgage

    By Zack Snow | From Page: RER11

    Julie Leonard

    By Zack Snow | From Page: RER11

    Coldwell Banker

    By Zack Snow | From Page: RER12

    Kim Eichorn

    By Zack Snow | From Page: RER14

    Lyon Real Estate

    By Zack Snow | From Page: RER15

    Marcelo Campos

    By Zack Snow | From Page: RER16

    Julie Partain

    By Zack Snow | From Page: RER16

    Jamie Madison & Associates

    By Zack Snow | From Page: RER16

    Kim Merrel Lamb

    By Zack Snow | From Page: RER17

    Bob Bockwinkel

    By Zack Snow | From Page: RER17

    Juan Ramirez

    By Zack Snow | From Page: RER17

    Chris Snow

    By Zack Snow | From Page: RER18

    James Hanna

    By Zack Snow | From Page: RER18

    Raul Zamora

    By Zack Snow | From Page: RER19

    Susan von Geldern

    By Zack Snow | From Page: RER19

    Travis Credit Union

    By Zack Snow | From Page: RER20

    Jamie Madison

    By Zack Snow | From Page: RER21

    Karen Waggoner

    By Zack Snow | From Page: RER21

    Tracy Harris

    By Zack Snow | From Page: RER22

    Lisa Haass

    By Zack Snow | From Page: RER22

    First Street Real Estate

    By Zack Snow | From Page: RER24