The WSU women’s swimming team ended its regular season this past weekend, as they traveled to Moscow to take on the University of Idaho Vandals.
Despite losing the meet 159.5-134.5 to the Vandals, the Cougars actually out swam Idaho in the meets swimming events, according to reports.
According to reports, Anderson won the first individual swimming event of the day capturing first place in the 1000 freestyle with a time of 10:38.84, and later added another victory in the 500 freestyle with a time of 5:11.92.
Luchini claimed the first place position in the 200 fly and 200 individual medley, touching the wall with times of 2:07.17 and 2:08.36, respectively.
WSU won a total of seven events throughout the competition.
Other key victories for the Cougars included a first place finish by sophomore Emma Johansson in the 100 back, finishing with a time of 57.03 and junior Evelina Bieleckaite in the 50 freestyle, touching the wall with a time of 24.27.
The meet between the Cougs and the Vandals made the first time that Head Coach Tom Jager returned to University of Idaho under the Cougar program.
As the Cougars now prepare to compete at the Pac-12 Championship, Jager said the team is ready to finish the season out strong.
The Pac-12 Championships begins Feb. 22, in Federal Way.