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Tristen Ulett, Sartori, Lowe, Petrashov Lead Louisville to Sweep of ND

Tristen Ulett, Murilo Sartori, Dalton Lowe and Denis Petrashov lead Louisville to the Sweep of Notre Dame

The Louisville Cardinals faced the Notre Dame Fighting Irish for the first time since a split against Tennessee four weeks ago on Friday afternoon in South Bend, Indiana. This time, Louisville dominated as the women defeated Notre Dame 191-109 behind three junior women’s singles wins Dreary Ulettwhile Murilo Sartori, Dalton Lowe and Denis Petrashov were double winners each in a 172-128 win for the Louisville men.

Ulett opened the meeting with a 200 freestyle victory in 1:48.39 and later added a 50.03 victory in the 100 freestyle. Eventually, Ulett and his teammate won the 200 IM in 2:01.89 Abby Hay five hundredths behind (2:01.94). There were also several events up for grabs for the Cardinals Liberty Williams in the 1000 Free (10:00.73) and 500 Free (4:53.24) and Cecilia Viberg in the 100 breaststroke (1:01.41) and 200 breaststroke (2:17.34).

Louisville’s Christian Regenauer won the 50 free in 22.92 while Jordan Durocher won the 200 backstroke by a hundredth ahead of Notre Dame Madelyn Christman, 1:59.07 to 1:59.08. Finally rising star Gaby Albiero cruised to a win in the 100 butterfly in 52.79. Hay, Viberg, Albiero and Regenauer edged out Notre Dame for victory in the 200 individual medley relay with a score of 1:39.37, while Regenauer, Ella Walch, Julia Dennis and Albiero clocked 3:20.33 to a 400 free relay triumph.

For Notre Dame, the only swim wins came courtesy of Christman in the 100 backstroke (54.40) and Coleen Gillan fly in the 200 (1:59.12) while Claie Brady (1 meter) and Allie Klein (3-meter) were both vault winners.

In the men’s, Sartori won the 200 free (1:34.79) and 100 free (43.84), while Lowe won the 100 back (47.15) and 100 fly (43.84). Petraschow dominated the breaststroke with times of 54.30 in the 100 and 1:57.87 in the 200. Haridi Sameh took the 50 charge in 19.88, and Charlie Crush won the 200 IM in 1:49.73. Adam Sheden won in the 1 meter jumping.

Lowe, Petraschow, Sameh and Michael Ostman won the 200m medley relay in 1:26.29, and victory in the 400m free relay went to Sameh, Sartori, Lowe and Eastman in 2:53.35.

Notre Dame Senior Jack Hoagland won the 1000 Free (9:04.86) and 500 Free (4:23.31) while Cason Wilburn won the 200 fly (1:47.37) and Tommy Janton First place in 1:45.33. Daniel Knapp Won the 3m jump.

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