George Washington men’s swimming and diving finished out a season sweep of District foes Saturday by claiming a pair of wins Saturday at McCarthy Pool.
The Queens University of Charlotte women’s swimming team claimed first place overall in a field of 14 teams at this weekend’s Sheraton/Le Meridien Fall Frenzy. The Queens men’s swimming team claimed first place overall in a field of 12 teams.
The Rowland boys won the team title without winning any events.
The final prelims session of the meet will feature the 200 back, 100 free, 200 breast, and 200 fly.
In the 100 back, Torrez blasted ahead of the field by 5 seconds with his 49.42, taking down the old record of 49.58 done by Angel Alcala in 2015.
Oceanview sophomore Dominic Falcon has been dominant so far in the men’s middle distance free races.
Cerritos boys won their third CIF-Southern Section Division IV title and Cerritos girls won their fourth in as many years at the 2016 championships in Riverside, California.
Jacqueline Torrez of La Salle posted the top qualifying times in the 200 IM and 100 breast at the CIF-Southern Section Division IV prelims on Wednesday.