LA MIRADA — At the end of the SCIAC Championship meet, the Tigers walked away with seven school records, two NCAA "B" cuts and four All SCIAC awards. The men's team finished sixth overall, and the women finished in fifth.
Austin Lashley was the standout swimmer on the men's side. He owns both NCAA "B" cuts, was an All-SCIAC finisher in the 100 butterfly, finaled in all three of his individual events, and was a part of the record-breaking 200 free relay. William Westwater and Matt Weiser also had individual school records; Westwater, Lashley, Sean Sullivan, and Chase Mitchell were the members of the record-breaking relay.
On the women's side, Ellie O'Brien took to the podium twice in the breaststroke events, finishing third in the 100 and second in the 200. She was also a consolation finalist in the 200 IM.
Rose Seabrook broke her own school records in the 1000 and mile, by 10 and 15 seconds respectively.
"I could not be more proud of the way our Tigers swam this weekend," head coach Tom Iannone said following the meet. "We exceeded expectations and enjoyed the experience in the process. It was the perfect finish to a memorable and successful swim season."
Sunday brought a few final swims for the Tigers; Lauren Poppenhagen, Megan Mundell, andMadeleine Kaczmarowski were all consolation finalists in the 200 backstroke. Chase Mitchell swam a 100 freestyle in the consolation final, dropping time and gaining places with a time of 46.91. Cody Hamane and Hank Franscioni swam in the consolation final of the 200 breaststroke, both dropping time from the morning; Franscioni dropping nearly four seconds to take 11th overall while Hamane took 12th. Weiser swam in the A final of that event, taking sixth overall.
In the women's 200, Laura Chun swam in the consolation final and took twelfth. Elliot Davis took 18th in the 200 butterfly, and Lashley took fourth. Lizzy Kosin finished 10th in that event, and Joan Kronick took 15th.
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