VICTORIA, B.C. – CSU Bakersfield’s Dylana Milobar wrapped up the 2017 Canadian Swimming Trials with one final race on Saturday. The senior placed 29th in the 50-meter breaststroke among some of Canada’s top female athletes.
“Dylana finished her official events today with the 50 breast,” said Chris Hansen, Director of Swimming for the Roadrunners. “She was a little off again today. I knew this would be a tough meet with it being only two months after our WAC Championships, but I think we both were hoping for it to be a tad bit better.”
Hansen went on to describe Milobar’s ‘Runner career and what she has meant to the swimming and diving program: “This girl has been an inspiration to me and CSUB and I couldn't be more proud to be her coach. I believe she will continue swimming this summer with our local club Roadrunner Aquatics. We will hear her name again in this sport; I guarantee it!”
Saturday's 50-meter breast was the first for Milobar during her collegiate career and she finished the race with a time of 34.47. The mark was good enough for 29th out of 32 women at the Saanich Commonwealth Place.
With the conclusion of the Canadian Swimming Trials, Milobar wraps up a storied career for CSUB swimming and diving. The native of Kamloops, B.C. will graduate as the school’s record holder in the 200 yard breaststroke and second all-time in the 100 yard breaststroke. Milobar also swam the breaststroke leg for both of CSUB’s medley relay records.