Saturday, February 14, 2009

Centre's Starr and Colorado College's Barton Fly to 100-Yard Butterfly Honors

Lis Starr, a senior from Omaha, Nebraska, set a new SCAC Championships record in a time of 56.32 on her way to the 100-yard butterfly title. Starr, who won this same event her freshman and sophomore years, finished third at last year's meet as a junior. With the win, Lis became the first-ever three-time winner in the women's 100-yard butterfly. To listen to her reaction, click here.

Freshman Connor Barton swam the second fastest ever 100-yard butterfly in the history of the SCAC in a time of 50.11 - just seven tenths off setting a new conference standard. Barton, who is a freshman from Salt Lake City, Utah, became the first-ever swimmer from Colorado College to win this event. For Barton's reaction, click here.

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