BRUNSWICK — Three local masters swimmers placed in the national top-10 rankings for 2014 in metric competition.

Katrine Alacaide of Harpswell swam her way to four first-place rankings in the 30-34 age group, posting the nation’s best times in the 50-meter freestyle, breaststroke and butterfly events, as well as the 100-meter individual medley.

Pam Torrey (50-54), who trains at the Bowdoin College and Bath YMCA pools had five top-10 finishes. She placed second in the 200- meter backstroke, as well as placing fourth in the 800-meter freestyle and the 100 butterfly. Her 100-meter backstroke and 200-meter medley times were good for sixth place. She also led her 400-meter freestyle relay team to a third-place rank, as well as her 200 medley team to fourth place.

David Bright, Brunswick High School’s swim coach, scored in the top-10 four times in the 60-64 age group. He finished sixth in the 200-meter backstroke, while taking seventh in the 100 back and 400 medley. Bright also placed eighth in the 200 butterfly.