Four school records have been broken so far at the CAC Championships, with one day left in the competition. In what has been one of the most successful seasons in school history, both men's and women's school records, some as old as 21 years, have been broken.
The women's 200 free relay team of Carlisle Robinson, Katie Day, Misella Tomita, and Marissa Larson broke a 21 year old school record with a time of 1:51.73. The men's 200 free relay team also broke a school record with a time of 1:36.30. That team consists of Daniel DiDonna, Zsolt Plasko, Grady Gallagher, and James McGowan.
Robinson also broke a 21 year old school record in the 100 butterfly in 1:00.18, placing fifth. The men's 800 free relay team also broke a school record with a time of 8:04.80. This team consists of McGowan, Kyle Sexton, Gallagher, and Plasko.
With one day left in the competition, Gallaudet remains points ahead of Hood College, and Robinson is competing for All-Conference in the 200 fly.