Brynne Wong did not come into the Corona del Mar High girls' swimming program last year as some wide-eyed freshman.
Wong said she had goals of making CIF and setting the school record in the 100-yard butterfly.
"That was kind of my goal the whole year, those two things," said Wong, who accomplished both goals. "I wanted to leave my name on the [record] board here."
Fast forward a year and Wong is still blazing fast. She now has two individual school records after the Pacific Coast League finals May 6. Wong broke her own record in the 100 fly (56.19 seconds) and also Ashley Chandler's 2006 mark in the 50 free, setting the new mark at 24.18. She was also a part of the 200 free relay team (also including Tori Gabert, Ally McCormick and Hollace Barden) that touched first in 1 minute, 38.98 seconds, yet another school record.