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Two School Records Broken at Final Day of MPSF Championships

Two School Records Broken at Final Day of MPSF Championships



LA MIRADA, Calif. — Senior men's swimmer Zack Allen (pictured) highlighted the final day of the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Championships for Cal Poly Saturday. Allen broke one individual school record and was part of a relay team that broke a school record.

Allen, who already broke two school records in the past three days of the MPSF Championshps, broke the 100 free record with a time of 43.10; breaking the previous record set by current junior Nic Clark at last year's MPSF Championships. Allen finished second in the event.

He was also one of a quartet of Mustangs who were on the 400 free relay. He, along with fellow senior Dominic Dalpiaz, junior Paul Rogers, and Clark broke the school record after finishing with a time of 2:54.79, finishing in fourth place. That broke the record those same four set at last year's MPSF Championshps.

Elsewhere, sophomore men's swimmer David Hudson finished second in the 200 butterfly with a time of 1:45.55, just 24 tenths of a second behind first.

Junior women's swimmer Amelia Feick placed third in the 200 breast after a time of 2:14.14. That marked the first top-three finish for the Mustang women in this year's MPSF Championships.

Sophomore men's swimmer Alexander Nikolaev also had a third place finish in the 1650 free with a time of 15:28.08.

The Cal Poly men finished the MPSF Championships in fourth place overall with 446.50 points while the women placed seventh with 264.50 points.