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Madison White

Courtesy: UCLA Athletics
Undefeated Bruins Head to the Desert for a Pair of Meets
Courtesy: UCLA Athletics  
Release:  11/05/2013

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The Bruins, coming off a quad meet victory last Friday, are on the road this weekend facing #11 Arizona on Friday at 1 p.m. PT and #22 Arizona State on Saturday at 11 a.m.

UCLA swept last Friday's meet with Oregon State (179-77), UC Santa Barbara (198-99) and Florida Gulf Coast (201-98) at Spieker Aquatics Center. Senior Ting Quah was a part of four event wins, three individual and one relay, while freshmen Annika Lenz and Madison White each won a pair of events.

Quah was victorious in the 100 and 200 Freestyle, the 200 Individual Medley and the 200 Medley Relay. Lenz was first in the 1-Meter and 3-Meter diving events, while White won both the 100 and 200 Backstroke. In all, the Bruins had the best time in nine of the 16 events.

The Bruins are 4-0 in dual meets this season, also winning at San Diego (184.5-101.5) on Oct. 19, with Quah, junior Noelle Tarazona and freshman Linnea Mack each winning a pair of events.

Arizona is 2-0 on the year, winning at Utah on Oct. 19 (204-96) and beating UNLV (183-109) in Tucson on Oct. 25. Senior freestyle specialist Margo Geer (six) is among five Wildcats who have won multiple events so far this season. Sophomore backstroker Bonnie Brandon (five), sophomore breaststroker Emma Schoettmer (four), senior butterfly swimmer Ashley Evans (three) and senior diver Samantha Pickens (two) have also won at least twice.

Arizona State, which hosts USC on Friday, holds a 2-1 record entering the week. The Sun Devils beat Denver (163-131) and UNLV (198-98) on Oct. 26 in Tempe, but lost to #14 Minnesota (197-94) on Oct. 5. Junior backstroke/freestyle swimmer Melanie Busch and junior breaststroker Tory Houston have each won two races so far this season, while the Sun Devils also return reigning Pac-12 Freshman Diver of the Year Morgan Weller.

The Bruins beat both schools last year at Spieker Aquatics Center, besting Arizona State (190.5-108.5) and Arizona (157-141) on Nov. 9 and 10. Katie Kinnear and Anna Senko each won a pair of events against the Sun Devils, while the final event (200 Free Relay) gave the Bruins the victory over the Wildcats.


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