2020 Subway AUS Swimming Championships
Recap Day 2 (February 8, 2020)
In day two of the 2020 Subway AUS Swimming Championships; presented by Keep it Social, Dalhousie found themselves atop the podium in seven out of a total of fourteen events while Acadia won five and both UNB and Mount Allison each won an event as well.
Men's 400 m Freestyle:
Mounties Win! Mounties swimmer, Noah Mascoll-Gomes swam to victory in the men's 400-meter freestyle. Noah's gold medal in this event is also the Mounties' first gold medal of the 2020 Swimming Championships. Thomas Chafe (MUN) swam in at second, followed by Quinn West (Dal) in third .
Women's 400 m Freestyle: Leading the Tigers in a podium sweep of the Women's 400-meter Freestyle is Isabel Sarty (Dal) in first place followed by Reagan Crowell and Imani Theodore, in second and third respectively. Sarty (Dal) and Crowell (Dal) posted U SPORTS qualifying times.
100 m Backstroke:
Swimming to victory in the 100m backstroke wasLeah Small (UNB) who won the first event of Day 2 of the 2020 Subway AUS Swimming Championships. In second and third place respectively are swimmers; Martine Nyhof (Dal) and Jessica Pelletier (Acadia). All three posted U SPORTS qualifying times in the event. Christian Payne (Dal) was first to the wall and was followed closely by Dean Sangster (Acadia) in at second and fellow Tiger, Tyler Immel-Herron (Dal) in third. All three posted U SPORTS qualifying times.
50 m Butterfly:
Lise Cinq-Mars (Dal) swam to victory in the women's 50-meter butterfly and along with fellow Dal Tiger, Veronica Hollick, who placed second and Cali Bruce (Acadia) in third. Both Cinq-Mars and Hollick posted U SPORTS qualifying times. n Acadia claimed the top two spots with swimmer, Kenny Shane (Acadia), earning first place and a U SPORTS qualifying time of 24.85. Brett Liem (Acadia) placed second and Erik Staeben (UNB) is in third.
200 m Breaststroke:
Madison Murray (Acadia) won the 200m breaststroke. Victoria MacDonald (Dal) touched in at second, followed by Polina Konstantinova (MUN) in third. Evan Feick (Dal) took gold while Andrew Walcott (Acadia) and Gordon Shortt (Acadia) placed second and third respectively.
50 m Freestyle:
Isabel Sarty (Dal) won her second gold medal of the night; placing first in the women's 50-meter freestyle. Leah Smal (UNB) in second place and Martin Nyhof (Dal) in at third. All three posted U SPORTS qualifying times; as did Arielle Mersiadis-Carrier (Acadia) who came in fourth. In first place of the men's 50-meter freestyle was Brett Liem (Acadia); whom led an Acadia-sweep in this event and posted a U SPORTS qualifying time of 22:85. Just behind Liem were teammates, Reilly Baker and Dean Sangster, placing second and third respectively.
200 m Butterfly:
Posting a U SPORTS qualifying time in the women's 200-meter butterfly event is Kelsea Vessey (Acadia), who won first place in the event, second place is Hannah Casey (UNB) and in third is Heidi Perry (MUN). Jacob Branchflower (Dal) out-touched Erik Staeben (UNB) to win the men's 200m butterfly and Lucas Perkins, from Acadia, placed third.
4 x 200 m Relay:
The Dalhousie swimmers Martine Nyhof, Isabel Sarty, Reagan Crowell and Lise Cinq-Mars,won the 4 x 200 meter Freestyle Relay; with UNB and Acadia in second and third place respectively. Acadia won the men's event, including swimmers: Reilly Baker, Guy Harrison-Murray, Gordon Shortt and Brett Liem who all swam to victory in the men's 4 x 200 meter relay. Dal placed second, followed by Memorial in third place.
Day 2 Team Standings
Dalhousie - 730.5
Acadia - 444
University of New Brunswick - 340
Memorial - 330
Mount Allison - 177.50
Acadia - 716
Dalhousie - 488
Memorial - 315
University of New Brunswick - 258
Mount Allison - 121
For more details please visit link: Results of Day 2 - 2020 Subway AUS Swimming Championships