Day Two Complete at CAC Swimming Championships

Day Two Complete at CAC Swimming Championships

ST. MARY'S CITY, Md. — The Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) Swimming Championships wrapped up its second day of competition with the Southern Virginia University swim teams, both positioned in fifth-place.

On the men's team, the Knights pushed four Knights through to the finals after qualifying performances in the prelims.

Jonathan Dye led the team with a third-place finish in the 200 IM posting a time of 1:56.75. James Baldwin also recorded a top-five finish in the 50 freestyle in a time of 21.34 while teammate Gordon McCreadie also qualified for finals finishing 16th. Tate May also qualified for finals in the 500 freestyle, placing 16th. Southern Virginia placed third in the 200 freestyle relay behind Travis Lott, Baldwin, Dye, and McCreadie.

On the women's team, Waite qualified for finals on the second day and finished 15th in the 50 freestyle with a time of 25.75 while Emma Merrill also qualified for finals in the 200 IM. IIn the 200 freestyle relay, Macy Waite, Emmy Waite, Brooklyn Sandholzer, and Ellie Burgy produced a fifth-place finish.

At the end of day two, the University of Mary Washington leads both men's and women's teams.

Day three is prime to start, Friday, Feb. 14, with prelims beginning at 10 a.m.