You couldn't have scripted senior day any better for Madelyn Moore and her Northern Colorado Swim and Dive teammates.
Northern Colorado was hot off the blocks, winning five of the first six races, propelling them to a big lead early and they never looked back playing hosts to the University of Denver for Dual Meet, winning 160 - 102.
After a WAC Swimmer of the Week performance just 14 days ago, Moore continued to pick up steam as Northern Colorado gear up for the conference championships. The Bermuda native swept the sprints and closed out the winning 400 Free Relay.
Moore was in the pool for the first event of the meet which was the Girls 200 Yard Medley Relay she would lead off the school's A-Team that clocked a winning time of 1:46.41.
Moore would win the Girls 50 Yard Freestyle with a time of 23.77, following a ten-minute break, Moore was back to win the Girls 100 Yard Freestyle touching the wall in a time of 52.77.
Moore would swim the anchor leg for the Northern Colorado team that won the Girls 400 Yard Freestyle Relay with a time of 3:34.52.