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Hannah Miner | Posted: 17 Feb 2022 | Updated: 25 Apr 2022
Hannah Miner

Cougars compete in relays on Day 1 of MPSF Championships

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BYU swimmer competes against Colorado

MONTEREY PARK, Calif. — BYU’s swim team began competition at the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation championships on Wednesday, competing in four relays on Feb. 16.

A team of Brynn Sproul, Katie McBratney, Rachel Oyler and Halli Williams took third in the women’s 200-yard medley relay with a time of 1:40.05. Sproul, McBratney, Regan Geldmacher and Daniela Flores-Bautista then took fourth place in the women’s 800-yard free relay, swimming a time of 7:23.01.

On the men’s side, a team of Diego Camacho, Josue Dominguez, Javier Nicolas Matta and Connor Stirling took second in the 200-yard medley relay with a time of 1:27.12. Camacho, Tamagotchi’s Tuitama, Abe Barragan and Tanner Nelson then took fourth place in the 800-free relay, posting a time of 6:31.17.

Competition will continue on Thursday with BYU swimmers competing in the 200-yard free relay, 500-yard freestyle, 200-yard IM and 50-yard freestyle. The divers will begin competition as well, with the women’s 3m and men’s 1m events taking place in Mission Viejo.

 

 
Hannah Miner | Posted: 16 Feb 2022 | Updated: 25 Apr 2022
Hannah Miner

BYU hits the road for MPSF Championships

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swimmers cheer on their teammates 21-22

BYU’s swim and dive teams will travel to California this week to compete in the Mountain Pacific Sport Federation Championships taking place from Feb. 16-19.

The men’s team is looking to defend its 2021 MPSF championship title. The women placed second in the 2021 championships, and BYU swimmers broke six program records while competing in last year’s championship. 

This year, the Cougars will be competing against CSU Bakersfield, Cal Poly, UC Davis, UC San Diego, Hawaii and Pacific. Swim events will take place at East Los Angeles College, while diving will happen at Marguerite Aquatics Center. A full schedule of events is available here.

For spectators, masks and proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test will be required. Live streaming is available here, and live results will be posted to the MeetMobile app.