Michelle Griglione of Alexandria swam breaststroke on CURL Swim Club's victorious 400-yard medley relay team in 3:45.75 and finished with six gold medals in the four-day Phillips 66 National Short Course Swimming Championships, which concluded tonight at Justus Aquatic Center.

The other CURL relay swimmers were Susan O'Brien (backstroke), Kelley Davies (butterfly) and Jennie Sawyer (freestyle).

Griglione, of T.C. Williams High School, helped CURL win the women's team title with 479 points, followed by Foxcatcher of Philadelphia, 275, and the Golden Bears of Berkeley, Calif., 261.5. CURL also finished second overall with 525 points to 603 for first-place Mission Viejo, Calif.

Griglione also finished third in the 100-yard butterfly final tonight in 54.30, followed by Davies, 54:81.

O'Brien finished fourth in the 100-yard backstroke, 56:67.

In tonight's finals involving other CURL swimmers, another women's 400 medley relay team of Barbara Harris, Wendy Powers, Christine Smith, Ann Hardy was ninth in 3:52.06; Lisa Farris was 18th in the 1,650 freestyle in 16:38.10; the men's 400 medley relay team of Mark Henderson, Bryan Nicosia, Craig Ammon, Lunn Lestina was 12th in 3:25.57; and Lestina was 18th in the 1,650 freestyle in 15:27.69.

Griglione's other gold medals came in the 200 butterfly, 400 individual medley, 200 individual medley and as part of the winning 800 freestyle and 400 freestyle relay teams.