With the setback, VMI wraps up its regular season with a 1-13 record, despite setting 20 marks that now stand as program or freshman records during the year. Perkins got the first of the two newest marks on Friday, winning a close battle in the 200-yard backstroke in 2:14.98. She then came back later in the meet to record a 25.92 effort in the 50 free, finishing third.
Magill won both the 1 and 3-meter diving events, competing unopposed, but her 3-meter performance was particularly notable. There, she scored 264.75 points, besting her own school record set earlier this season. The mark is also the fourth-best mark in the CCSA this season.
In addition, Celine Lazzaro finished third in the 100 free, recording a 1:00.48 effort.
VMI women’s swimming and diving will return to action Feb. 16, taking part in the opening day of the CCSA Championships in Athens, Ga.