Brewer closed his season with 19th in the finals of 1650-free, clocking in 16:20.97. Sanchez also wraps her career in a Cal Lutheran uniform with 52nd in this morning's preliminaries with a time of 52.82 seconds.
Saturday additionally marks the conclusion of the 2018-19 season for the Regals and Kingsmen, and the first year under the helm of head coach Barry Schreifels.
In total, the Kingsmen made history with five new program records; three from national qualifier, sophomore Andreas Nybo (100-fly, 200-fly and 200-IM), one from Brewer (400-IM) and the final from junior Liam McCallum (200-free). Nybo also adds his All-American honors from yesterday's 200-butterfly results and the SCIAC Men's Swimming and Diving Athlete of the Year selection to his record-breaking season. As a team, the Kingsmen went 5-2 on the year and finished fourth in the SCIAC standings along with eight all-conference distinctions.
On the women's side, freshman Brieyana Walton (100-breast); the 200-Medley Relay team of Avery Conrad, Walton, Brianna Baldwin and Sanchez; and Abby Hiller (3m dive) also made their way to program's all-time leader board. As a team, the Regals went 2-5 and finished seventh in the conference standings.
Day Four Results: Preliminaries; Finals
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