GRAND FORKS, N.D.-- Junior Adam Gannon (Plymouth, Minn.) won a pair of events (400 IM, 100 free), part of five UND swimmers with first-place finishes as St. Cloud State edged North Dakota, 130.5 to 93.5, Saturday afternoon at Hyslop pool.
Gannon swam the leadoff leg of the 400 medley relay squad that took second to start the meet. Austin Smith (Colorado Springs, Colo.), Matt Koken (Woodbury, Minn.) and Zak Gosney (Bainbridge Island, Wash.) helped UND etch a 3:38.09 time.
Freshman Aaron Chanas-LaRue (Winnipeg, Man., Canada) won the 200 free with relative ease, finishing in 1:43.26. Daniel Jacobson (Ramsey, Minn.) tied for the 100 fly and Richard Eberle (Fort Collins, Colo.) took the 3-meter dive title for UND.
Ethan Shrader (Butte, Mont.) and Zachary Stettner (Minnetonka, Minn.) were third and fourth, respectively, in the 1650 free. Wesley Schultz (Tehachapi, Calif.) and Ian McKenzie (Norman, Okla.) were third and fourth, respectively, in the 50 free.
Eberle also took third in the 1-meter dive (288.05) while Andrew Germain (Blaine, Minn.) picked-up third from the 3-meter board (269.05).
UND will host the University of South Dakota for a dual next Saturday at Hyslop pool. Action is set to begin at 1:00 p.m.