CAMBRIDGE, MASS. (February 22, 2014)—The Sacred Heart swim team continued to break program records in the final day of the Northeast Conference Championship at MIT. Freshman Jillian Crosby (Port Monmouth, N.J.) broke the 100 yard Freestyle record twice as the Pioneers finished seventh with 167 points. Wagner captured its first NEC swimming title leading the pack with 844 points.
Early in the day, Crosby qualified for the finals in the 100 yard Freestyle with a program best time of 53.70. She one-upped herself later in the day, reaching the wall in just 53.65 for a thirteenth place finish in the final.
The Pioneers set another program record in the 400 yard Freestyle Relay. The team of Caleigh Dion (Dunstable, Mass.), Olivia Decas (Mattaposiett, Mass.), Lizzy Bennett (Fairbanks, Alaska) and Crosby bested the previous record by five seconds taking sixth place in 3:35.54.