Swim & Dive Sets Four Aquaplex Records; Leads A3 Pack
Nov. 16, 2017
SAN DIEGO – The San Diego State swimming team posted a strong showing on the first day of the A3 Invitational, jumping out to a 28-point lead over second-place UC San Diego after the first five events of the three-day invitational
Meyer’s other first-place finish came in the 200 IM, using a career-best 2:00.51 in the preliminary round. That mark also set an Aquaplex record and is a new 2017-18 Mountain West best, in addition to being the 29th best time in the nation this year and the fifth best 200 IM time in Aztec history.
In addition to Meyer’s historic day, Frida Berggren recorded a first-place finish in the 200 IM final, using a season-best time of 2:00.93.
Summer Harrison was a part of both SDSU’s first-place relay teams, including an Aquaplex-record 1:32.56 in the 200 free relay. Harrison paired up with Peyton Wilson, Alma
The quad of Harrison, Wilson, and the
The Aztecs concluded the day shattering the pool record for the 400 medley relay, posting a time of 3:44.38 and breaking the previous mark set in 2011 by 9.54 seconds. Once again, Harrison contributed to another record-setting performance and was joined by Wilson, Caitlin Delany, and Elliyana Ferrin.
Tomorrow’s second day of competition features the 200 medley relay, 400 individual medley, 100 fly, 200 free, 100
Day 1 Team Scores