Missouri fifth-year Clement Secchi swam the fastest 200-yard butterfly time so far this season with a 1:41.81 at the Mizzou Invitational on Friday.
Having swum on the winning 400 free relay, UNLV’s Malia Fernandez also swept the women’s sprint free events.
On the men’s side, BYU defended their 2021 MPSF title, winning the conference title for the 6th time in program history.
BYU swept its tri-meet on both the men’s and women’s sides, winning 21 events, including a first-place sweep of the diving events.
D’Arcy clocked a 52.49, chipping 0.01 seconds off her previous best, which she had swum at the Pepperdine Invite in November of 2019.
Cal grad Amy Bilquist posted a 28.75 50 meter back on Saturday, 5 months post-shoulder surgery. Eva Carlson dropped lifetime best 50 and 100 breast times.
BYU men won the MPSF Championship title for the first time in five years. Their margin of victory was extended today by two individual wins and one relay win.
Dominguez blasted a 51.81 to win the 100 breast, which is more than a full second faster than his runner-up time from this meet last year.
7 Don Redding women’s pool records fell on Friday, with 4 records falling at the hands of BYU this weekend.
BYU set two pool records in a dominating road win over Denver. Brad Prolo set the 200 fly pool record while swimming in a heat of 200 freestylers.
No scores were reported, but BYU took 24 of the 32 events, including all 4 relays by fairly wide margins, as the teams competed from their home pools.
U.S. World Champs team member Dakota Luther will lead the opening event, the girls 200 fly, on Tuesday morning.
Just a day after sweeping the sprint titles at the 2017 CIF Southern Section Division 3 Championships, Sierra Canyon’s Nate Biondi was putting up fast times in the long course pool.
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