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.

CLASSIFICATION OF TEAMS AFTER DAY TWO
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:

Saturday

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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