ATLANTA – Alabama swimming and diving sophomore Rhyan White broke two more school records and picked up another win on the final day of the Georgia Tech Invitational in Atlanta on Sunday, giving her four UA records over the weekend.

After breaking the school mark of the 200 backstroke in Sunday’s prelims with a 1:52.14, White dropped it more than two seconds in finals, posting a 1:50.00 to take the win and the nation’s top time. In prelims, she shattered another team record, going 1:55.78 in the 200 butterfly, bettering the previous mark set in 2010 by more than a second.

Flora Molnar also broke a school record on the way to picking up a win. The junior posted a school-record 48.15 in the prelims of the 100 freestyle, before becoming the first UA woman under 48 seconds in finals, going 47.98 to earn the win.

Freshman diver Tanesha Lucoe notched another Tide win, taking top honors off the platform with 254.70 points, six ahead of the rest of the field.

The Crimson Tide closed out the meet with a school record in the 400 freestyle relay, with sophomores Morgan Scott and Julia Wolf combining with Molnar and senior Allie Surrency to go 3:14.26.

UA closes the fall semester with a dual meet at Auburn on Dec. 5, then returning Dec. 17-19 for the Auburn Diving Invite.

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