SU Men’s Swimming Competes in Gettysburg Tri-Meet

SU Men’s Swimming Competes in Gettysburg Tri-Meet

Results

GETTYSBURG, Pa. – In the second meet of the season, Susquehanna men's swimming participated in the Gettysburg Tri-Meet with Messiah on Saturday afternoon.

The Crusaders placed second in the 200 medley relay with a time of 1:39.25 behind the work of Lucas Cherry (Falls Church, Va. / George Mason), Danny Csakai (Bethlehem, Pa. / Freedom), Jourdan Stewart (Danbury, Conn. / Danbury) and Duncan Frazier (Montgomery, Pa. / Williamsport Area).

Freshman Eric Lawrence (Bethlehem, Pa. / Freedom) won the 1000 free with his time of 10:24.36 and senior captain Tyler Long (Selinsgrove, Pa. / Selinsgrove Area) turned in a fourth-place finish in the 200 free with a mark of 1:50.80.

Cherry won the 100 back with a personal-best reading of 54.52 and classmate David Miller (Ithaca, N.Y. / Ithaca) placed third with his time of 56.51, a PR. Csakai came in third place in the 100 breast, touching the wall at 1:02.87.

In the 200 fly, Stewart placed second with a mark of 2:03.56 and classmate Bill Crumrine (Beaver, Pa. / Beaver Area) finished right behind in third place with his reading of 2:07.28.

Frazier placed third in the 50 free with a mark 22.42 and Cherry turned in a third-place performance in the 100 free with his time of 48.74.

Miller was runner-up in the 200 back, turning in a time of 2:04.49 and Csakai also placed second in the 200 breast with a time of 2:21.09.

In the 500 free, Lawrence placed second with his time of 4:58.46 and Long finished directly behind in third place with a mark of 5:03.79. Lawrence also finished in second place in the 200 I.M. with a reading of 2:05.06. and Sam Calhoun (Bloomsburg, Pa./  Bloomsburg Area) turned in a third-place time in 2:05.55.

In the day's final event, the Crusaders placed second in the 200 free relay with a time of 1:28.73 behind the teamwork of Cherry, Stewart, Nick Boyle (Westfield, N.J. / Westfield) and Frazier.

SU returns home on Saturday, Nov. 9 to host Landmark Conference opponent Catholic at 2 p.m.