Three Conference Records Fall on Final Day of NCAA's

Three Conference Records Fall on Final Day of NCAA's

Day 4 Results | Complete Men's Results | Complete Women's Results | Final Men's Scores | Final Women's Scores

Three Centennial Conference records fell on the fourth and final day of the NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships on Saturday in Greensboro, N.C. 

Franklin & Marshall's Christopher Schiavone led the way with a fourth-place finish in the 100 freestyle, setting a new conference mark with a time of 43.97. Schiavone's top-eight finish earned the sophomore his second All-America First Team recognition of the weekend. 

The Ursinus women took down a pair of conference records, with Sophie May setting a new standard in the 100 freestyle with a mark of 50.97 in Saturday's preliminaries. May went on to place 13th in the consolation finals at 51.45. 

May also teamed with Clara Baker, Peyten Lyons and Sophie Lear to break their own conference record in the 400 freestyle relay. After swimming a conferenc-record 3:28.24 in the prelims, the quartet set another CC standard with a time of 3:27.90 in the finals, earning them a 13th-place finish. 

Dickinson's Olivia Lyman placed 11th in the 1,650 freestyle (17:02.26), earning her second All-America honor at the national championships. 

The Swarthmore men's 400 freestyle relay of Alec Lawless, Jeffrey Tse, Christopher Smith, and Jeremy Rockaway placed 15th at 3:02.99. 

In the final team standings, the Ursinus women placed 17th with 75 points while Lyman scored eight points for Dickinson to give the Red Devils a 36th-place finish. On the men's side, F&M took 23rd with 32 points, while Swarthmore finished in a tie for 31st with 12 points.