Swimming and Diving Teams in Fifth through Two Days at SAA Championships

Swimming and Diving Teams in Fifth through Two Days at SAA Championships

Results | Championship Central

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. - Sewanee swimming and diving wrapped up day two of the 2019 Southern Athletic Association Championships from the Birmingham CrossPlex. 

Day 1 Recap

Women's Results After Day 2
1. Birmingham-Southern (310 points)
2. Rhodes (290)
3. Centre (222)
4. Berry (216)
5. Sewanee (141)
6. Hendrix (132)

Men's Results After Day 2
1. Birmingham-Southern (321.5)
2. Berry (225)
3. Centre (211)
4. Rhodes (197)
5. Sewanee (164)
6. Hendrix (156.5)

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-Kate Mabry, Gabby Acker, Anna Hawkins Dulaney and Bonnie Wakefield finished the 200 freestyle relay with a 1:40.73.

-Meanwhile, in the 400 medley relay, the quartet of Isabell Loy, Acker, Mabry and Dulaney swam a 4:02.85.

-Mabry, who qualified with a 2:13.26 time in the 200 individual medley, swim to a personal-best mark of 2:10.12 in the final to finish fourth place in the event.

-Anthony Carbone, James Hoyt, Thomas Young and Carl Failing finished the 200 freestyle relay in 1:27.27.

-Failing, Lee Haber, Hoyt and Carbone earned a 3:30.58 in the 400 medley relay.

-Haber earned a new personal record in the 500 freestyle. In the preliminaries, he swam a 4:43.37, surpassing his season-best by 7.88 seconds (4:51.25) and his personal-best by 6.15 seconds (4:49.52). The time is also a new school record, surpassing Will Overton's 2010 time of 4:44.69. In the final, the sophomore finished in fourth with a 4:43.45.

-In the 50 free, Failing earned third place honors and nearly missed a personal best. In the prelims, the sophomore sprinted to a 21.36-second performance, 0.03 seconds behind his top time. In the final, he guaranteed an All-Conference selection with a 21.49-second mark.

-Carbone qualified for the finals with a 1:57.17 in the 200 individual medley. In the final, the freshman swam a 1:56.32.

-On the diving boards, Jed Henrichsen scored 314.90 points for second place. 

Day three of the SAA Championships continue on Friday from the Birmingham CrossPlex.

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