The University of Mary Washington mens swim team captured the programs 15th Capital Athletic Conference championship title and ninth straight Sunday night as the three-day 2009 CAC Mens & Womens Swimming Championships came to a close.
Senior Michael Preston notched his third individual school record to help St. Marys College of Maryland stay in third place after second day of action at the 2009 Capital Athletic Conference Mens & Womens Swimming Championships hosted by St. Marys. Competition started yesterday and will run until tomorrow night when the team champion is crowned.
Four Capital Athletic Conference championship records fell in the first day of action at the 2009 CAC Mens & Womens Swimming Championships hosted by St. Marys College of Maryland from today until Sunday, February 15 when the team champion will be crowned.
The St. Marys College of Maryland mens swim team closed out the regular season with a 116-89 loss at Salisbury University in Capital Athletic Conference action Saturday afternoon. The loss dropped the Seahawks to 2-6 overall (2-4 CAC), while Salisbury improved to 6-4 (4-2 CAC).
The St. Marys College of Maryland mens swim team suffered a 157-48 setback at the University of Mary Washington Saturday afternoon in a Capital Athletic Conference meet. The loss dropped the Seahawks to 2-5 overall (2-3 CAC), while Mary Washington improved to 4-1 (4-0 CAC).
The St. Marys College of Maryland mens swim team wrapped up competition at the two-day, eight-team Franklin & Marshall College Invitational with 228 points for a seventh-place finish. Senior Michael Preston guided the Seahawks to their seventh-place finish by being involved in 68.9% of St. Marys 228 points.
The St. Marys College of Maryland mens swim team posted a 152-46 victory over Gallaudet University but dropped a heartbreaking 102-98 decision to Marymount (Va.) in a Capital Athletic Conference tri-meet Friday night as the Marymount-St. Marys score came down to the last relay.
St. Marys College of Marylands Gabe Grace became the first male swimmer of the 2008-09 season to earn Capital Athletic Conference Swimmer-of-the-Week honors for the week ending November 9 as announced Tuesday afternoon by CAC commissioner, Tom Byrnes.
The St. Marys College of Maryland mens swim team split its season-opener with Catholic University and Hood College Saturday afternoon as the Seahawks (1-1, 1-0 CAC) notched a 142-39 win over Hood but dropped a 115-90 decision to Catholic.