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2024 CAA CHAMPIONSHIPS

  • Wednesday, February 28 – Saturday, March 2, 2024
  • Hampton Aquaplex, Hampton, VA
  • Defending Champions:
    • Ladies: UNCW (1x)
    • Males: UNCW (2x)
  • Groups: Campbell (W), Delaware, Drexel, Monmouth, Northeastern (W), Stony Brook (W), Towson, UNCW, William & Mary
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The second day of the 2024 CAA Championships noticed the UNCW males lengthen their lead over the sphere, whereas the Delaware girls opened up a small lead over UNCW.

However the huge story of the day, as soon as once more, must be Towson’s Brian Benzing. Final evening, he broke the CAA document within the 200 free (main off the 800 free relay) and adopted that with a scorching 22.5 breaststroke break up on the medley relay.

Tonight, he set yet one more CAA document and had one other huge relay break up. First, he broke his personal convention and meet data with a 1:43.13 within the 200 IM. Final 12 months, Benzing set the meet document at 1:44.41 and the general document at 1:43.66, with the latter time coming on the NCAA championships.

Later this night, Benzing break up 50.97 on Towson’s 400 medley relay, serving to the Tigers to a second place end in what was a tightly-contested race.

Delaware gained that occasion in 3:09.19 with a balanced assault. The Blue Hens didn’t have the quickest leg in any of the 4 disciplines, however had the second-fastest in three of the 4. They used the identical lineup as they did final evening en path to successful the 200 medley relay. Gavin Currie led off in 47.36, then Toni Sabev break up 52.02 on breast to place them within the lead. Simeon Sabev clocked a 46.33 fly leg, and Matvei Namakonov held on with a 43.48 anchor.

Towson touched 2nd in 3:09.28, whereas Drexel took third in 3:09.37, due to Kuba Kwasny and Sebastien Smith splitting 46.11 and 42.30 on fly and free, the swiftest splits within the subject.

Smith, a freshman, gained the 50 free in 19.57. William & Mary’s Aiden Bond, additionally a freshman, took 2nd in 19.79, establishing what may very well be quite a lot of battles between the 2 sprinters over the following three years.

Yet one more freshman, William Carrico of UNCW, gained the five hundred free in an extremely shut race. His teammate Aidan Duffy led on the midway level, however Delaware’s Kaloy Levterov took over the lead by the 350, solely to get run down by Carrico over the past 100. It got here right down to the contact, with Carrico simply getting his hand on the wall first, 4:21.66 to 4:21.69.

On the ladies’s facet, Delaware’s Lauren Hartel acquired the night began with a 4:47.52 win within the 500 free. That’s a brand new lifetime greatest by almost two seconds for Hartel, who transferred to Delaware from Ohio College throughout the offseason. With this win plus her 1:47 leadoff on final evening’s 800 free relay, Hartel appears to be within the driver’s seat for the person 200 free tomorrow.

Along with Hartel’s win, Delaware racked up the factors within the 3m diving occasion, the place they’d 3 girls within the championship ultimate, and seven scorers total, they usually now maintain a 12 level lead over UNCW heading into tomorrow.

William & Mary was the one faculty to win two occasions tonight. First, Ellie Scherer gained the 200 IM in 1:58.96, her first time underneath 2 minutes. Subsequent, W&M gained the 400 medley relay for the seance 12 months in a row. Kat Vanbourgondien led off in 54.45 to offer the Tribe the lead early on, they usually by no means relinquished it. Schrerer break up 1:00.38, once more the quickest break up within the subject, Lindsay Juhlin break up 53.09 on fly, and Caroline Burgeson anchored in 49.70, stopping the clock in 3:37.62.

Northeastern took 2nd in 3:39.94 as Jamie Koo had the quickest fly break up of the evening with a 53.03. Drexel’s Chelsea Gravereaux had the quickest anchor leg of the evening by over a second with a swift 48.17.

Crew Scores Via Day 2

Ladies 

  1. Delaware – 484.5
  2. UNCW –472.5
  3. Northeastern – 412
  4. William & Mary – 408
  5. Towson – 350
  6. Drexel – 228
  7. Campbell – 176
  8. Monmouth – 138
  9. Stony Brook – 135

Males

  1. UNCW – 304.5
  2. Delaware – 239.5
  3. Towson – 228
  4. Drexel – 172.5
  5. William & Mary – 137.5
  6. Monmouth – 93



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