Ari Davis | Posted: 15 Jan 2021 | Updated: 3 Feb 2021

Cougars break pool records at Denver

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DENVER - Sophomore Brad Prolo and junior Josue Dominguez both broke pool records while the BYU swim and dive teams competed in a dual meet at the University of Denver on Friday, Jan. 15. 

Results vs. Denver

“Both the swim team and dive team did amazing today,” BYU head coach John Brooks said. “Brad Prolo and Josue Dominguez both broke Denver pool record and Adia London got a zone cut.”

Prolo broke the first DU pool record in the 200 fly with a time of 1:47.46. The sophomore swam in the 200 free heat but competed for 200 fly time to capture the pool record. Dominguez placed first and also broke the pool record in the 100 fly with a time of 52.79. Diver Adia London recorded a zone cut in the 3-meter placing first with a score of 324.30.

As a team, the men took the top time in all 13 events while the women grabbed first in 12. The Cougars claimed the win over Denver 196 to 39. 

The BYU swim and dive teams now head to the Air Force Academy to compete against the Falcons and Wyoming on Saturday, Jan. 16. The men will compete at 9 a.m. MT with the women starting at 4 p.m.

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