Marek Osina won the 200 IM in conference-record fashion, going 1:45.18 ahead of teammate and former record-holder Emils Pone’s 1:45.43.
Shelby Stanley split a 23.48 fly on Davidson’s winning 200 medley relay then split 1:48.44 on their winning 800 free relay.
Andrew Wilson caught some SwimSwam readers by surprise with a 4:35 in the 400 IM on Friday morning. He’ll scratch the final of that event.
A10s saw the Duquesne women and GW men take the wins. You want the numbers? We have the numbers.
George Washington men’s swimming and diving finished out a season sweep of District foes Saturday by claiming a pair of wins Saturday at McCarthy Pool.
Seven different Colonial women earned individual victories, paced by double-winner Gemma Atherley, while Peter Nachtwey broke his own program record for 3-meter diving on the way to a sweep of the diving events in a dual win over Howard.
Daryna Zevina swam a season-best 2:10.16 in the 200 back on day 1 of the Latvian Open.
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The GW men downed the 200 medley relay conference record, while the women set it in the 800 free relay.