Host team Schroeder Y capped off their YMCA Festival meet the same way they started it: by breaking a Y National Record in a relay.
The swim marked a huge improvement for Broaders, blowing her previous best of 55.29 out of the water.
Champaign Y’s Angela Coe, after winning the girls 200 IM on Thursday, took the girls 100 fly with a 53.00.
The swim marked a huge improvement for Coe, who entered the meet with a 2:01.56.
16-year-old Will Hayon won six events, swam 5 personal bests, and dropped a US National cut in the 100 butterfly during the Wisconsin State Championships.
Luke Stibrich broke through two major barriers swimming in Texas’s high school postseason with a 1:49 IM and a 4:29 500 free.
Uncommitted senior Ziyad Saleem broke 47 for the first time in the 100 backstroke at the 41st Annual Schroeder A+ Invite.
The former Iowa commit continues to whittle down his backstroke bests, while Berlin moves to top-40 in the 13-14 age group historical rankings.
Brostowitz set a new Wisconsin LSC 11-12 record in the 200-yard backstroke with a 2:00.86, smashing Mitchell Friedemann’s 2005 mark of 2:02.56.
The swim makes Berlin one of the fastest 13-year olds in history in the event, as she’s been on a tear since returning to racing in August.
Though it’s her first month in the age group, she now sits at #54 in 15-16 100 breast history with her 1:01.07 from today.
Tiltmann also won the 100 fly and went for a 100 free split in the 200 free, touching at 50.03 just off of her lifetime best.
U.S. National Team swimmer Isabelle Stadden finished her meet with a win in the 200 back which was her 3rd individual victory of the weekend.
Stadden was one of two US National Teamers in attendance at the meet.