Junior Rachel Trevillian's victory in the 200-butterfly was the first of the day for the Lake Forest College swimming and diving team, which fell in a dual meet at Carthage on Saturday. The Forester women were outscored 158-81 and the men 169-102.
Trevillian posted a time of 2:14.88 in the race, which she won by six-and-a-half seconds. She was also the runner-up in the 200-IM in 2:21.58 later in the meet.
Lake Forest made it a sweep of the grueling 200-butterfly when freshman Aaron Helms prevailed in the men's race by less than a second in 2:02.47.
The visitors' next triumph came courtesy of Sebastian Wagoner, another freshman, in the 500-freestyle. His time of 4:57.04 was just .04 seconds ahead of the runner-up from Carthage.
It was the first meet of the year for Lake Forest, which will compete in its home opener against Carroll University next Saturday at 1:00 p.m.