Wagoner breaks 400 IM record at Patriot

Fairfax, Virginia – After a record breaking night on day one, the Pirates achieved another record breaking performance on day two. First-year student Allie Wagoner, broke the 400 IM program record with a time of 4: 22.22 and a second place finish. Former record holder Jane Ehret clocked 4: 23.41 in 2011.

In the 200 Medley relay, the team Madeline Field (Wheaton, Illinois), Lauren Schofield, Sierra Cripps (Seymour, Connecticut) and Cornelia Jerresand (Taeby, Sweden) combined to hit the wall in a time of 1: 46.16 and a sixth place. After setting the program record for the 200 Relais Libre team on Friday, Natalie Heim (Middletown, NJ) responded with a strong performance in the 200 freestyle with a fifth place and a time of 1: 51.46.

1. Delaware 616
2. FAU 506
3. Drexel 498
4. Séton room 352
5. George Mason 340.50
6. Richmond 227.50
7.american 214

The Pirates will close the invitation with a final day of racing on Saturday at the Jim McKay Natatorium. The Saturday program is as follows:


Preliminary (10 a.m.): 200 backstroke, 100 free, 200 breaststroke, 200 butterfly, time trial, 1,650 free
Finals (6 p.m.): 1,650 Freestyle, 200 Backstroke, 100 Freestyle, 200 Chest, 200 Fly, 400 Freestyle

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