It's only the first day of the Mid-Season Invitational but Madelyn Moore and her Northern Colorado Women’s Swimming teammates is out to prove they are a force to reckoned with this season.
Following 20 lifetime best swims, three NIC Qualifying Times and a school record, Northern Colorado sits third with 173 points in a deeply talented meet.
Halfway through the season and Moore is already hitting a frightening pace for opponents. Moore outswam everyone in the 50 Yard Freestyle A Final, breaking her school record and secured an NCAA 'B' cut time clocking 22.20. Moore secured a time of 22.52 during the Preliminaries.
In the 200 Yard Freestyle Relay, the team of Saana Liikonen, AJ Popp, Payten Irwin, and Moore swam nearly three seconds faster than they did at Wyoming two weeks ago. Their time of 1:31.39 was just .07 seconds off a school record and only bested by the squad from UC San Diego.
Moore led off the Northern Colorado Women’s 400 Yard Medley Relay winning team who clocked a time of 3:41.86.