BURNABY, B.C. – (Jan. 27) Seattle University men’s swimming won, 112-89, at Simon Fraser Saturday afternoon. Ben Nussbaum won a pair of individual events to lead the Redhawks at Margaret & Paul Savage Pool.

"Ben had some really strong races today," said Coach Craig Nisgor. "We had a lot of second and third place finishes to help us win today. We still have a lot to clean up as we get ready for Houston (and the WAC Championships) next month."

Nussbaum won gold in the 200 IM and 200 breaststroke Saturday. The senior produced a 2:10.22 to win by over four seconds in the 200 IM. He also touched first in the 200 breaststroke with a 2:21.31 finish.

Greg Raper won the 50 freestyle, logging a 23.80 time. Isaac Parker and Ian Keane claimed the next two spots in the race.

In the 200 freestyle, Alex Roderick posted a 1:58.07 to place second. Mitchell Crossen took third with a 1:58.81 showing.

Jack Baldoni and Shawn Fujii finished second and third, respectively, in the 200 butterfly. Baldoni touched in 2:08.93, while Fujii compiled a 2:11.26 time.

Raper and Crossen touched 2-3 in the 100 freestyle. Raper swam a 51.87 and Crossen touched in 52.57 Saturday.

The 400 freestyle final saw Roderick and Austin Barnard take second and third, respectively. Roderick swam a 4:09.65

Morgan Montemayor’s 200 backstroke showing of 2:08.07 was good for silver Saturday.

Austin Barnard’s time of 8:44.91 was good for third in the 800 freestyle Saturday.

In the 400 medley relay, Montemayor, Nussbaum, Baldoni, and Crossen combined to win with a time of 3:52.55.

Montemayor, Baldoni, Parker, and Raper teamed up to claim gold in the 200 freestyle relay. The group tallied a 1:35.91 to win the event. 

SU concludes its regular season with a 4-6 record in dual competition. It will prepare for next month’s WAC Championships. The meet will run from Feb. 21-24 in Houston.