FEDERAL WAY, Wash. – (Dec. 3) Seattle University men’s swimming wrapped up action at the 69th Annual Husky Invitational Sunday. The Redhawks took second among NCAA programs in the team standings this weekend.

“We had some good stuff going today,” said Coach Craig Nisgor. “It was good to see in-season and lifetime bests. I’m excited to see where we’re headed going forward.”

In the 100 freestyle, Mitchell Crossen tied for the fifth-best time in program history, finishing in 45.83 seconds. He took sixth in Sunday’s finals.

Ben Nussbaum improved his personal-best time in the 200 breaststroke, swimming a 2:03.76, good for the seventh-fastest time in school history.

In the 200 butterfly finals, Shawn Fujii placed sixth. He swam a 1:53.62 Sunday.

In the team standings, Seattle U finished second among NCAA schools with 688 points for the weekend.

Seattle U will return to the pool on Jan. 5, competing at Pacific Lutheran.