LEWISVILLE, TEXAS (February 15, 2018) – Arianna Rohde etched her name into the Colorado State University-Pueblo Swimming & Diving record book again on day two of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Championships Thursday.
Rohde swam a record breaking time of 57.91 in the 100 fly prelims to qualify for the B finals. Her time broke Magda Contreras Gomez's school record of 58.01 set two years ago at the RMAC Championships. Rohde placed 11th in the finals with a time of 58.80 to score five points for the Pack.
In addition to her individual performance, Rohde helped the Pack's 400 medley relay team to a seventh place finish. Rohde joined Jade Irick (Jr., Idaho Falls, Idaho), Kate Miller (Fr., Draper, Utah), and Phoebe Pontious (So., Caledonia, Mich.) to score 24 points for the Pack with a time of 4:05.66. This time stands as the third fastest 400 medley relay time in school history.
In the 200 free relay, the Pack also placed seventh. Pontious and Irick teamed up with Taylor Wertz (Sr., Lamar, Colo.) and Olivia Cauley (R-So., Pueblo, Colo.) to touch the wall in 1:41.98. This mark stands as the fifth fastest in school history.
After two days of competition, the Pack has a team score of 89 points. They are in eighth, but trail sixth by just six points. Day three of the RMAC Swimming & Diving Championships starts at 8:30 a.m. Click Here to keep up the live results.
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As a member of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference, Colorado State University – Pueblo competes in 22 varsity sports in NCAA Division II intercollegiate athletics.