News Release, St. Mary’s College of Maryland
ST. MARY’S CITY, Md. – The St. Mary’s College of Maryland men’s swimming team concluded its season on Sunday as they finished up day four of the CAC Championships.
- University of Mary Washington – 1064.5
- York College of Pennsylvania – 651
- Salisbury University – 488
- Frostburg State University – 352
- St. Mary’s College of Maryland – 351.5
How it Happened
– Peter Orban finished third in the 200 yard-backstroke prelims on Sunday morning as he swam a 1:56.79. Orban also swam a 1:56.29 in the 200-yard backstroke final, which was good enough for fourth place.
– Ryan Akhavan claimed fifth in the 100-yard IM finals with a time of 55.62. He also took a fifth place finish in the 200-yard fly final by swimming a 2:00.28.
– Colin Cassady finished his last CAC Championships with a fourth place finish in the 100-yard freestyle final with a time of 46.56.
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