USD Women's Swimming and Diving 1995-1996

1995-96 Dual Meet Results MEET RECORD 12-1


174-117 167-130 126-117 180-62 201-110 160-151 138-123 85-111 122-95 77-38 77-54 120-93

Fri. Sat. Fri. F-S. F-S. Fri. Fri. Fri. Sat. Sat. Fri. Sat. T-S Ri.

Oct. 27 Nov. 4 Nov. 10 Nov. 10

at UC San Diego


UC IRVINE at Pepperdine

Nov. 17-18 Nov. 17-18

Cal State Northridge at San Diego State

Dec. 1 Jan. 5 Jan. 10 Jan. 12 Jan. 13 Jan. 13 Jan. 19 Jan. 27

2nd-l 73 pts

at UCI Invite

FRESNO STATE at UC Santa Cruz at San Jose State vs. Cal Poly SLO at CS Northridge PEPPERDINE




Feb. 15-17


ยท Home matches in BOLD CAPITALS and played at USD Sports Center Pool

1995-96 Season In Review The Toreros '95-96 season was the best in history, only losing one dual meet and finishing in second place in the conference championships. Head coach Bill Morgan was selected Pacific Coast Swimming Conference Coach of the Year for the second straight year and ten swimmers received All Conference honors. Four conference records along with 15 school records were broken during the three-day conference meet. The Toreros began the swimming season with two victories over city rivals San Diego State and UC San Diego. The team carried that momentum into their Northern Arizona meet and pulled out a victory on the final relay event. The Toreros were 7-0 before suffering their lone defeat of the season at the hands of Fresno State. That Joss didn't hurt the team as they reeled off six more dual-meet victories heading into the PCSC Championships. Six Toreros were crowned conference champions in three individual events and three relay events. Cami Simmons, Megan Thompson, Corise Bittner and Laura Sides began the meet by winning the 200 Freestyle Relay and setting a new conference record. Bittner, Sides and Simmons were joined by Annika Remaeus in the 400 Medley Relay with the foursome picking up the second Torero championship at the end of the first day. The Toreros began the second day the same as the first and won the 200 Medley Relay and broke another conference record with the team of Bittner, Simmons, Thompson and Julia Larson. Laura Sides then captured the I00 Butterfly championship with a PCSC record time of 57.53. Not to be outdone, Annika Remaeus won the I00 Breaststroke and broke the USD mark in the process. The final championship win came on the final day with Corise Bittner breaking a PCSC record and winning the 200 Backstroke.

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