Lauren Bosco | Posted: 22 Jan 2021 | Updated: 18 Feb 2021

BYU secures win over Colorado Mesa on Senior Night

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Josue Dominguez in the 200 Free

PROVO, Utah  – On senior night, the BYU swim and dive team took home many records during the meet against Colorado Mesa on Friday night at the Richards Building Pool.

Team scores:

Men: BYU (143) - Colorado Mesa (100)

Women: BYU (122) - Colorado Mesa (121)

Both men’s relay teams took home wins while a team of Brayden Murphy, Javier Nicolas, Jose Dominguez and Connor Stirling recorded a new pool record in the 400 medley relay. Brad Prolo also secured first place wins in the 200 breast and the 200 IM while Rodger Woods recorded personal bests in the 100 free and 50 free, respectively.   

Men’s highlights:

  • 400 Medley Relay - Brayden Murphy, Javier Nicolas, Jose Dominguez, Connor Stirling
    • 1st - (3:17.87) Pool Record
  • 800 Free Relay - Javier Nicolas, Jacob Rees, Ethan Kramer, Tama Tuitama
    • 1st - (6:59.33)
  • Josue Dominguez
    • 1st- 200 Free (1.42.07)
    • 2nd - 200 Breast (2:02.84)
  • Connor Stirling
    • 1st- 50 Free (20.66)
    • 4th- 100 Free (46.21)
  • Roger Woods
    • 1st- 100 Free (45.50) Personal Best
    • 2nd- 50 Free (20.71) Personal Best
  • Brad Prolo
    • 1st- 200 Breast (1:59.49)
    • 1st- 200 IM (1:49.76)

A team of Brynn Sproul, Charlotte Fieeiki, Katie McBratney and Gwen Gustafson grabbed the first place spot in the 400 medley relay. Later in the meet, Gustafson also recorded the win in the 50 free while diver Morgan Paul posted a personal best and a first place win in the 3-meter. 

Women’s highlights:

  • 400 Medley Relay - Brynn Sproul, Charlotte Fieeiki, Katie McBratney, Gwen Gustafson
    • 1st- (3:46.98)
  • Tahis Ibanez
    • 1st - 200 Fly (2:08.35) 
    • 3rd - 200 Free (1:56.31)
  • Gwen Gustafson
    • 1st- 50 Free (23.37)
  • Ashley Catchpole
    • 1st- 200 Backstroke (2:04.98)
  • Morgal Paul
    • 1st- 1 Meter (312.35) Personal Best

Up Next

The Cougars will travel north next weekend to face rival Utah for the last regular meet of the season. The women will compete on Friday, Jan. 29th at 5 p.m. MT and the men will compete on Saturday, Jan. 30th at 11 a.m. MT.

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