March 18, 2014 > Pioneer Aquatic Report
Pioneer Aquatic Report
Submitted By Scott Chisholm
March 13, 2014
Cal State East Bay moved into 13th place in the women's team standings at the 2014 NCAA National Championships. Caitlin DeNise became an individual All-American after placing seventh in the 100-yard butterfly. DeNise became the first Pioneer at this year's meet to qualify for an individual championship final after posting the fifth fastest time (55.33) in the 100 fly prelims. She would record a time of 55.44 seconds in the finals to take seventh overall. Cal State East Bay got off to a promising day two start in the opening 200-yard freestyle relay. DeNise's 50-yard leadoff leg in 23.35 seconds is the fastest two-length split in program history. It sparked the fastest 200 free relay time in East Bay's history as Alyssa Tenney, Brittany Rojo, and Madison Hauanio closed out the race to take sixth overall. The time of 1:33.86 was near identical to their previous record time of 1:33.88 set during the morning prelims session.
March 14, 2014
Makila Schuck and Brittany Rojo took to the SPIRE Institute pool at the NCAA National Championships on Friday morning. Schuck finished 29th in the 100-yard breaststroke and Rojo 21st in the 200-yard butterfly during morning preliminary session.
March 15, 2014
Cal State East Bay capped off its 2014 NCAA National Championships with a fourth place finish in the 400-yard freestyle relay. Caitlin DeNise, Madison Hauanio, Alyssa Tenney, and Brittany Rojo destroyed the previous program record finishing in a time of 3:23.26.