BIRMINGHAM, Ala. - The Sewanee swim and dive teams saw three victories and a school record fall in the third day of the 2019 Southern Athletic Association Swimming and Diving Championships Friday from the Birmingham CrossPlex.
Women's Results After Day 3
1. Birmingham-Southern (622 points)
2. Rhodes (566)
3. Centre (413.5)
4. Berry (376)
5. Sewanee (300)
6. Hendrix (230.5)
Men's Results After Day 3
1. Birmingham-Southern (597)
2. Rhodes (431)
3. Centre (428)
4. Berry (388)
5. Sewanee (292.5)
6. Hendrix (279.5)
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TOP FEMALE PERFORMERS
-Kate Mabry not only earned a new personal-best in the 100 backstroke prelims, but she also broke a school record in the event. The freshman swam a 57.88, breaking Caty Hueske's 58.06-second performance in 2014. In the final, Mabry finished in second with a 57.99-second performance.
-Gabby Acker led the way in the 100 breaststroke. The freshman finished with a season-best 1:05.83 time in the prelims and won the final with a 1:05.91.
TOP MALE PERFORMERS
-Lee Haber took home top honors in the 400 individual medley. The sophomore swam a 4:12.75 to win the prelims, a season-best. In the final, he would shatter his personal best with a winning time of 4:07.02.
-In the 200 free, Anthony Carbone qualified for the finals with a 1:42.96 time. In the final, he swam a 1:42.66 time with Ryan Emili from Birmingham-Southern for third place.
The final day of the SAA Championships happens Saturday from the Birmingham CrossPlex.