Punahou’s Jasmine Mau Sets National Public School Record in 100 Fly

HONOLULU, Hawaii, February 16. PUNAHOU High School senior Jasmine Mau blistered the 100-yard fly at the Hawaiian High School State Championships with a national public school record this weekend.

Mau posted a swift time of 52.23, that downed her 2013 state mark of 52.78. It also lowered the public school record of 52.44 set by Kathleen Hersey back in 2008, but fell short of the overall and independent school mark of 51.92 set by Jasmine Tosky during prelims in California in 2011.

Mau also was part of two relays. Punahou’s Lie Foster, Maddie Balish, Mau and Roxy Kiessling clocked a 1:43.77 in the 200-yard medley relay to break their school’s 2007 state mark of 1:44.03. She then leadoff the team of Mau, Kelly Fricke, Katie Woof and Foster to a 3:30.33 to win the 400-yard free relay. That swim whacked three seconds off Waiakea’s 2002 record of 3:33.49.

She also blasted Christel Simms’ 2007 state record of 1:49.25 in the 200-yard free with a scorching 1:47.14.

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Author: Jason Marsteller

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Jason Marsteller is the general manager of digital properties at Swimming World. He joined Swimming World in June 2006 as the managing editor after previous stints as a media relations professional at Indiana University, the University of Tennessee, Southern Utah University and the Utah Summer Games.

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