Cal Poly’s Paul Rogers Rips 1:33.7 200 Free at MPSF Day 3

Mountain Pacific Sports Federation (MPSF) Swimming & Diving Championships – Men and Women

  • Wednesday, February 19 – Saturday, February 22
  • East Los Angeles College, Monterey Park, California (swim)/Marguerite Aquatics Center, Mission Viejo, California (Dive) (Pacific Time Zone)
  • Teams: BYU, UC Santa Barbara, Hawaii, Cal Poly, Pacific, UC-Davis (women only), San Diego (women only), UCSD
  • Defending Champion: Hawaii men (1x) & Hawaii women (3x) (results)
  • Live results on Meet Mobile
  • Live Video
  • Championship Central
  • Psych Sheets

Day three results


The Hawaii men hold onto their lead with one day remaining in Los Angeles.

Olli Kokko of Hawaii took the 100 breast, setting a new MPSF meet record at 52.34. BYU’s Josue Dominguez was second in 53.05 followed by Hawaii’s David Springhetti (53.21). Kokko went on to split a quick 51.40 on the 400 medley relay, as Hawaii clocked a 3:08.59 to set a new meet record and win by over three seconds. Connor Stirling had a standout 42.48 anchor for BYU’s third-place relay (3:12.55), while UCSB touched in second (3:11.85).

Another winner for the Rainbow Warriors was aukai Lileikis, who took the 100 fly with a 46.32 to rattle the meet record. His teammate Mateusz Chaba posted a 46.80 to nab second.

UCSB had another strong night, going 1-2 in the 400 IM and winning the 100 back. Dominic Falcon took the 400 IM with a 3:47.66 followed by teammate Douglas Nogueira in 3:49.80. In the 100 back, Jolen Griffin posted the winning time at 47.48, edging Hawaii’s Kane Follows (47.63).

Cal Poly put up a win, as Paul Rogers clocked a 1:36.19 to win by over a second. In the morning, though, Rogers unloaded a 1:33.73, which set the meet record for the senior.

SCORES (through Day Three)

  1. Hawaii 486
  2. UCSB 442
  3. BYU 350
  4. UCSD 337
  5. Cal Poly 233
  6. Pacific 152


Hawaii won most of the women’s events last night, but UCSB snagged a win and opened up a near triple-digit lead.

Emily Boggess charged to the win in the 200 free for the Gauchos, clocking a 1:46.64. Phoebe Hines was 1:47.29 for second for Hawaii, while Emily Ward added a third-place effort for UCSB at 1:47.50.

Hawaii got wins out of Kionna ClaytonKarolina Hajkova, and Lucia Lassman. All part of their 400 medley relay which would win in 3:35.84 at the end of the session in meet record-fashion, Lassman kicked off the session with a 52.47 to win the 100 fly by over a second. Clayton took the 100 breast in 1:00.56, while Hajkova was 52.73 to win the 100 back. UCSB’s Heaven Quintana took runner-up honors in both the 100 fly (53.66) and 100 breast (1:01.13).

BYU freshman Katie McBratney followed up her 200 IM victory with another win here in the 400 IM, going 4:15.61 for the title.

SCORES (through Day Three)

  1. UCSB 479.5
  2. Hawaii 388
  3. UCSD 278
  4. UC Davis 251
  5. BYU 249
  6. Cal Poly 204
  7. Pacific 179.5
  8. San Diego 109

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2 years ago

Yeah, like MPSF swimming is about as clean as WWE. Yeah, sure.

Reply to  afatdad
2 years ago

Please elaborate

Reply to  Swammer
2 years ago

Gosh, I heard at least one team has swimmers who like to drink coffee on race days!

Seriously, I saw a 15m call today, so It seems the officiating is solid.

2 years ago

I loved Paul in Free and Bad Company. Great work!

James Beam
Reply to  Dcswim
2 years ago

I was more of a fan of him in The Firm w Jimmy page

Swammer from Wakanda
2 years ago

1:33.7–>1:36.1. Something is up or he didn’t try which would be unfortunate.

Reply to  Swammer from Wakanda
2 years ago

He still won

Reply to  Swammer
2 years ago

I believe he had a ready set the record and done a PB in the opening leg of the 800 free relay the prior day (with a 1:34.). A bit disappointing to see the time drop in the finals, but like was said he still won. and he’s shown he can swim that type of time more than once in a meet

2 years ago

He added 2.5 seconds from his morning swim? Woah.

2 years ago

Awesome job Paul Rogers! Here’s hoping his time holds and Cal Poly gets to send him to NCAAs

About Karl Ortegon

Karl Ortegon

Karl Ortegon studied sociology at Wesleyan University in Middletown, CT, graduating in May of 2018. He began swimming on a club team in first grade and swam four years for Wesleyan.

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