IM Events Leads the Charge for Centenary on Day 2 at SCAC Championships
LEWISVILLE, Texas – Gents swimming junior Anthony McDonald turned in the ninth fastest time in school history in the 200 IM, while Ladies sophomore Elena Ring and freshman Jessi Jordan made the finals of the women’s 200 IM to lead Centenary swimming on day two at the 2017 SCAC Championships Thursday, February 9.
Both the Ladies (165 points) and Gents (163.5 points) sit in fourth after day two of the championships. Trinity (325 points) on the women’s side and Southwestern (352) on the men’s side lead.
McDonald finished second in the 200 IM prelims with a time of 1:57.77, the ninth-fastest time in the event in school history. He finished fifth in the finals, touching the wall in 1:58.30.
Jordan and Ring went seventh and eighth in the women’s 200 IM, clocking in at 2:19.71 and 2:19.97.
Both the Gents and Ladies 200 free relay finished fourth. The Ladies team of senior Cameron Barney, junior Caitlyn Faulhaber, Ring, and freshman Tori Boyle finished in 1:42.57. For the Gents, the quartet of McDonald, juniors Zack Harrison and Roberto Roig-Perez and freshman Eddie Dyess finished with a time of 1:26.68.
Centenary swimming returns to the pool Friday, February 10, for prelims at 10:30 a.m.
2016-17 Men's Swimming
Sunday, February 12, 2017Tapia and Harrison Finish All-Conference, Ladies and Gents 4th at SCAC Championships
Saturday, February 11, 2017Harrison and McDonald All-Conference, Tapia Hits NCAA “B” Mark
Friday, February 10, 2017IM Events Leads the Charge for Centenary on Day 2 at SCAC Championships
Wednesday, February 8, 2017Gents 800 Free Relay Records Fourth-Best Centenary Mark to Wrap Day 1
Sunday, January 15, 2017Multiple Event Wins Highlight Swimming’s Senior Day Sweep
Sunday, January 8, 2017Gents Swimming Take Austin Invitational, Ladies Finish Second
Tuesday, November 22, 2016Near Sweep of Relays, Three Individual Titles Leads to Hendrix Invite Wins
Saturday, November 12, 2016Gents and Ladies Swimming Knocks off Ozarks, Falls to Southwestern