The George Mason women won 4 of 5 events on Day 1 of the Patriot Invite, setting a school record in the 200 free relay and a meet record in the 200 IM.
Benzing used a blistering 24.48 on the first 50 of the race to establish a lead which Sabev would be unable to fully track down on the back half.
The time was well off Cundiff’s season best (and lifetime best) of 21.98, which she swam at the West Virginia Invite in November.
Towson would go on to win the men’s 400 medley relay as well.
Towson’s Michael Fazio got an Olympic Trials cut, as pros, college swimmers, and top age groupers competed at Tide’s Spring Showcase meet in Virginia Beach.
The Towson men snapped a six-year win streak by the W&M Tribe as the Tigers won their first Colonial Athletic Association title.
Towson pulled into a lead after day two of the CAA Men’s Championships, the night highlighted by freshman Brian Benzing’s CAA record in the 100 breast.
Freshman Brian Benzing was the 200 IM runner-up before splitting a 52.38 swimming breast on Towson’s winning 400 medley relay.
The William & Mary men rallied to beat Towson on the road, 154-134, while the Tiger women outdid the Tribe 169-125 on Saturday.
The Navy swimming and diving teams combined for 24 event wins to post a 7-0 record Friday evening during a multi-team meet at Lejeune Hall in Annapolis.
The Georgetown University swimming & diving team opened the 2019-20 season on Thursday evening, coming away with an impressive sweep of visiting Towson.
In individual results, Michigan commit Megan Glass (above) finished her YMCA Nationals career with a sweep of the women’s butterfly events.
Annika McEnroe had the top time in prelims of the 200 fly, but Megan Glass (above) is the defending champion in the event.