VICTORIA, B.C. – CSU Bakersfield’s senior swimmer, Dylana Milobar, continued her week at the 2017 Canadian Swimming Trials on Friday with a solid race in the 100-meter breaststroke.

“Dylana took the race out well, but I think she felt the WAC Championships in her finish,” said Chris Hansen, Director of Swimming at CSUB. “It is tough to come right back and try to swim great after a taper like that. We are proud of her and I expect her to have a great 50 tomorrow.”

Milobar, a native of Kamloops, B.C., placed 31st out of 36 of Canada’s top breaststrokers on Friday. Her time of 1:14.34 in the 100 breast was strong, but slower than her mark at the Canadian Olympic Trials (1:11.84) a year ago.

With one day of competition left, Milobar will return to the pool at Saanich Commonwealth Place on Saturday. The senior swimmer will compete in the 50-meter breaststroke to close out the 2017 Canadian Trials.