BREMEN – The Lions Ladies defeated Jimtown (124-29) at the Bremen Aquatics Center.
Nearly every Lion broke Personal Records (PRs) last night. Senior Keely Miller broke her 50 Free relay time by 1.2 seconds with a 30.2. Hanna DePoy shattered her 50 Free relay time by 5 seconds with a time of 32.99.
Junior Sophia Freehauf swam a PR in the 200 IM with a time of 3:18.52, a 5-second improvement. Freshmen Addie Stine, Avery Wildauer, Julie Monesmith, and Kaia Podlin improved their times in various events. Addie broke her PR in the 100 Back by four seconds (1:35.93). Wildauer improved her 200 Free time by one second (2:51.46). Monesmith smashed her PR in the 500 Free by 14 seconds, finishing with a time of 7:48.87.
Finally, Kaia Podlin improved her 100 Free relay time by 0.4 seconds with a time of 56.41.
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