Towson junior Brian Benzing locked in his NCAA invite with a CAA-record 51.25, while the Seahawk men and women continued to build their leads.
Toni Sabev’s 50.88 breast split helped the Delaware men shatter the CAA record in the 400 medley relay, one of several records downed tonight.
The CAA Championships got off to fast a start, with three meet records, and two of the fastest 50 yard breast relay splits of all-time.
Benzing’s split makes him the second-fastest performer in history, while Sabev’s moves him into a tie for fifth.
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.