Men's Swimming Sit in Sixth After Day Two of Centennial Championships

Men's Swimming Sit in Sixth After Day Two of Centennial Championships

LANCASTER, Pa. - The Dickinson men's swimming team put together a solid effort all day during the second day of the Centennial Conference Championships inside the Kunkel Aquatic Center at Franklin & Marshall College. 

Reid Schattgen was the only member of the Red and White to compete in the 500-yard freestyle claiming a tenth-place finish in the "B" final with a time of 4:43.76. 

Cameron McConagha picked up a 15th-place result during the 200-yard individual medley by touching the wall in 1:57.66. 

Justin Wong stopped the clock at 21.78 in the 50-yard freestyle to seize 16th. 

Dickinson took sixth in the 400-yard medley relay with a mark of 3:33.10 thanks to the group of Frederico Colloca-Bianchi, Logan Cort, McConagha, and Schattgen. The team of Nolan Chenot, Aidan Keillor, Cooper Kocon, and Daniel Vasquez ended the night with a 13th-place finish in the "B" final.

The Red and White wrapped up the session in sixth place in the team standings with 116 points, while their next closest opponent in Washington College at 133. Leading the way is the host Franklin & Marshall College with 309.50 points.  

Next on the Pool Deck

Dickinson will take part in sessions five and six of the Centennial Conference Championships tomorrow beginning at 10 a.m.