The Washington Blue Lions swim teams are gearing up for the postseason, and set the tone at their last dual meet with several record-breaking swims.
Brody Morris captured the 100-yard freestyle record, finishing the race in 55.38, and smashing the previous record of 56.82, set by Ryan Smith in 2013.
Skylynn Barden took the 100-yard backstroke record, with a 1:17.41, easily taking down the previous record of 1:18.67, set by Kirsten List in 2015.
The girls’ 200 freestyle relay also smashed the previous record. MaryKate Van Dyke, Brooklyn Wilson, Megan Rohrer, and Kirsten List finished the race in 2:04.92, beating the previous record, set in 2013 by List, Madison Bender, Brooklyn Pratt, and Adrienne Perrill.
The Blue Lions will swim at the SCOL League Championship Meet Saturday at 6:30 p.m. in the Wilmington College Natatorium.
Sectional Championships will commence on Saturday, Feb. 13, at 12:15 p.m., at the Ohio University Natatorium in Athens, Ohio.