Cleveland started hot, claiming victories in the opening medley relays and won the hard-fought meet using the depth of its roster to overcome Baylor’s team. Coach Eric Frazier modified his regular lineup and had several swimmers step up and swim well in a pressure situation.
He commented, “I am very proud of the efforts and improvements of our young team to this point in the season. This win, over a really good Baylor team, was a major confidence boost for us.”
Cleveland was led by; Ridge Asble, first - 200 Freestyle, second - 100 Freestyle; Adam Foster, first - 50 Freestyle, second - 100 Butterfly; Avery Wilson, first - 100 Breast stroke, second - 100 Backstroke; Zoe Meyer, second - 100 Butterfly, second - 500 Freestyle; Logan Stutzman, second - 50 Freestyle, second - 500 Freestyle; Tanya Sharma, second - 200 Individual Medley, second - 100 Backstroke; Reed Nelson, second - 200 Freestyle; Jasper Culpepper, second - 200 Individual Medley; Abby Fuller, second - 50 Freestyle; and Sarah Plan, second - 100 Freestyle.
With the win, Cleveland is 5-0 in dual meet competition this year.