Callahan sets school record on Senior Day

Callahan sets school record on Senior Day

TACOMA, Washington – Sophomore Kelli Callahan set a new Puget Sound record, and the Logger swim teams celebrated four seniors competing in their final home dual Saturday afternoon. The Puget Sound women lost to Pacific Lutheran, 135-108, and the Logger men fell to the Lutes, 152-91. 


Callahan broke a 26 year-old Puget Sound women's record in the 200-yard IM. She touched the wall in 2:07.25, topping Ronda Blair's record of 2:08.48. Callahan also won the 100-breaststroke (1:06.54) and the 500-freestyle (5:08.33).

Before the start of Saturday's dual, Puget Sound honored seniors Kayla DiMicco, Cody Dodge, Melisa Kegans, and Nick Mitchell. Pacific Lutheran seniors were also recognized. 

DiMicco won the women's 200-freestyle with a time of 2:03.12, and Mitchell won the men's 500-freestyle by touching the wall in 4:59.23. 

Dylan Reimers continued his strong sophomore season by winning the men's 200-freestyle (1:47.03), 100-freestyle (48.96), and 200-IM (2:00.35).

Puget Sound next competes in the Northwest Conference finals, Feb. 9-11, in Weyerhaeuser King County Aquatics Center in Federal Way, Washington.


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