March 21, 2018
Thirteen New Team Records at States!
The great news continues! Thirteen new records were set at States, six individual and seven relays. They are all in one email this time :)
Jane Brierley broke her own records from earlier in the season in the 50 breast with 31.70 and the 100 breast with 1:07.47.
Cami Hatch broke the 50 back record from 2009 with 29.85.
The 200 Medley Relay of Cami Hatch (back), Jane Brierley (breast), Summer Jones (fly), and Margaret Breen (free) set a new record with 1:56.41. The old record was from 2015.
Joey Badilla broke the record he had set earlier this year in the 100 back with 57.65.
Jack Duryea also broke the record he had set earlier in the 100 breast with 1:05.49.
The 200 Medley Relay of Joey Badilla, Jack Duryea, Fernando Menjura and Owen McCormac lowered their own record to 1:44.26 .
The 200 Free Relay of Owen McCormac, Colin Harrison, Joey Badilla, and Fernando Menjura lowered their record to 1:32.53
Maggie Purcell lowered her 200 breast record from last year to 2:20.45
The Girls 400 Free Relay of Sophia Swanson, Caroline Oakland, Oona Foulser, and Maggie Purcell set a record of 3:37.70
The Girls 200 Medley Relay of Julia Brierley, Maggie Purcell, Sophia Swanson, and Caroline Oakland set a record of 1:49.58.
The Boys 400 Free Relay of Aidan Forst, Ryan Duryea, Joan Delgado, and Ethan McCormac set a record with 3:24.07.
The 200 Medley Relay of Ryan Bahel, Ryan Duryea, Ethan McCormac, and Aidan Forst broke thte 2013 record with 1:44.68.
All the team records are now listed on the team website under the Team Records Tab. The Open Relays are also listed.
In addition, Ethan McCormac set three new records earlier in the season that I missed:
At Senior Mets, he swam a 21.86 in the 50 free (broke his own record from last year).
At Winterfest, he swam 47.73 in the 100 free breaking the record from 2013.
At the Badger Invite, he again broke his own record in the 100 fly with 54.98.
See everyone on Friday to celebrate the amazing season our swimmers had!