The Hawaii women extended their lead today on day 3 of the MPSF Champs, climbing just over 50 points ahead of BYU.
Hawaii nabbed the 200 free relay victory, going 1:31.95 off of a 22.71 lead-off from senior Anna Kotonen and a 22.83 anchor from senior Lucia Lassman.
After day 1 of the MPSF Championships, BYU has a narrow 4 point lead on the men’s side. Hawaii and BYU’s women’s programs are tied for 1st with 74 points.
UNLV bested both Hawaii and Wyoming, while Hawaii downed Wyoming in their meet.
Butterflier Nanami Lillie will join Hawaii’s varsity squad next fall: a team that is home to the 2-time defending MPSF Champion in the 100 fly.
Hawaii’s Olli Kokko swam a lifetime best 51.71 from the B final. He should be safely qualified for NCAAs, as he’s now the 9th fastest man in the NCAA.
Meanwhile, the Hawaii men hold onto their lead in the team race. The UCSB women, however, have a big lead over Hawaii in the team race.
Spencer Daily had the only sub-19 split in the field in the 200 free relay, clocking an 18.84 on UC-San Diego’s anchor leg.
Hawaii’s men and women took the 200 medley relay, but UCSB’s men and women found the wall first in the 800 free relay at the MPSF Champs last night.
Wisconsin’s women and Drury’s full team competed with Hawaii last night, with the Badgers winning against both teams and Hawaii prevailing over Drury.
The Arizona Swimming and Diving team took care of business this weekend while both the men and women swept Denver and Hawaii.
The Rainbow Warriors top the leader boards of both the men’s meet and the women’s meet after 3 days of competition.
Logan Hotchkiss split 1:33.78 on the end of the Gauchos’ record-breaking 800 free relay.
Tevyn Waddell was instrumental in Minnesota’s victory over Hawaii on the women’s side.
Hawaii took down another MPSF record.