Melanie Margalis secured her spot on the Pan Pacs team with a win in the women’s 200 IM.Maya DiRado finished second with her time of 2:10.20, followed by Caitlin Leverenz in third at 2:11.05. Leverenz will likely not make the Pan Pacs team.
Meghan Small, a youth Olympic team member, finished fourth with her time of 2:11.83.Elizabeth Beisel was fifth with her time of 2:12.46 and Karlee Bispo was sixth at 2:12.66.
Rounding out the top 8 in the women’s 200 IM is Celina Li and Madisyn Cox at 2:12.86 and 2:15.02.
Sarah Henry won the B-final of the women’s 200 IM with her time of 2:13.91. Kathleen Bakerfinished second at 2:14.05.
Bethany Galat won the C-final of the women’s 200 IM at 2:14.91. That is a 3.22 second drop from her morning swim and a nice way to celebrate her 19th birthday.