Quinn Cynor, a rising junior at Wyoming, dropped over a second and a half from his previous best time to clock a 1:49.65.
The women’s 200 back also saw Schroeder Y 13-year-old Margaret Dickinson come in 3rd with a 2:18.24.
Kicking things off in last night’s finals session was Elmbrook Swim Club 18-year-old and Texas recruit Campbell Stoll, who took the women’s 200 FR in 2:04.19.
Keogh’s performance in the 200 back moves him to 49th all-time in the age group, while in the 100 back he now sits at 82nd.
Breaststroker Maxim Polovinkin of Quicksilver Swimming has announced his commitment to the University of Wyoming for this upcoming fall.
Colin Feehery’s school record led SMU to a win in the men’s meet, while San Diego State overcame a big showing by Laticia Transom to take the women’s title.
Hayes’ previous best prior to yesterday stood at 1:06.51, a time which she had swum earlier this month.
Cincinnati swept both the men’s and women’s meets against Xavier on Friday, during the team’s Senior Day. The divers competed against themselves.
Greater Somerset YMCA’s Matt Fallon finished atop the results in four different boys’ events: 100 breast, 200 breast, 200 IM and 400 IM.
The swim marked a huge improvement for Broaders, blowing her previous best of 55.29 out of the water.
The swim marked a huge improvement for Coe, who entered the meet with a 2:01.56.