The Mustang women placed eighth overall with a score of 320.5, while the men placed third with a score of 683.5.
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Speak made waves on Friday after she placed ninth in the 100-yard breast with a time of 1:02.82, which beats her previous record of 1:02.86. This puts Speak second in Cal Poly's all-time record for the 100-breast.
The junior also placed fifth in the 200-yard breast prelims on Saturday with a time of 2:17.70, while also taking fourth in the championship finals in the 200-yard breast with a time of 2:15.85, close to her record if 2:15.56.
Cootes also set a career high after he finished the 200-yard fly in 1:47.53, breaking his old record of 1:48.01. Cootes' time landed him in ninth place in the consolation final. The junior still holds the first place spot in Cal Poly's all-time record for the 200-yard fly.
Cootes also came in first in the championship final for the 400 –yard IM with a time of 3:55.24, coming close to his time of 3.52.02.
Dominic Dalpiaz placed first in Championship final for the men's 200 yard-free with a time of 1:37.82, he holds down the first place spot in Cal Poly's all-time 200-yard free record with a time of 1:37.31. Dalpiaz also placed second on Saturday in the 100-yard free preliminaries with a time of 45.00.
Hailey Houck placed fourth in the women's 500-yard free preliminaries with a time of 4:54.56. She also placed sixth in the 400-yard IM with a time of 4:25.69, while also placing fourth in the 400-yard IM with a time of 4:23.17.
The quartet of Pearu Pold, Dalpiaz, Alex Behnam and Alex Tschopp placed third in the men 800-yard free relay on Friday with a time of 6:39.38, while the quartet of Tyler Soo, Jack Jenner, Dalpiaz and Davies placed second in the 200-yard Free relay with a time of 1:21.79.
The Mustangs will be back in action on Nov. 30-Dec. 3 to participate in the AT&T Winter National Championships.