CORVALLIS, Ore. – Seattle University men’s swimming beat Southwest Oregon Community College, 156-47.5, at Oregon State Friday afternoon. The Redhawks all 11 events in the meet, as Mitchell CrossenJack Neton, Greg Raper, and Juan Varela won two individual races apiece.

"We had great results across the board," said Coach Craig Nisgor. "We saw a lot of great swims today and it was good to work some things leading up to the Husky Invite."

The Redhawks teamed up for a medal sweep in the 200 IM Friday. Neton, Ryan Shaw, and Colby Evenson posted top finishes, led by Neton’s 1:59.49 performance.

In the 100 breaststroke, Neton notched first, clocking in at 59.94 seconds.

Varela won the 1000 freestyle. The 9:49.40 time was the eighth-fastest in program history. Austin Barnard took second in the race.

Varela’s 4:44.60 in the 500 freestyle was good for first, with Ryan Ascencio and Giovanni Copioli coming in behind the freshman.

Greg Raper won the 50 freestyle, finishing in 21.05 seconds. In the 100 butterfly, Raper’s 49.96 was good for first place.

In the 200 freestyle, Crossen, Zach Zenteno, and Tyler Goodspeed claimed a 1-2-3 finish. Crossen touched first with a 1:43.68 time.

Crossen won the 100 freestyle, logging a 47.09 to edge out Goodspeed and Alex Roderick in the event. Goodspeed finished in a lifetime-best 47.52 seconds.

Shaw took gold in the 100 backstroke, narrowly beating Zenteno. Shaw swam a 53.83 to top Zenteno by .05 seconds. 

SU also won the 200 medley relay, as Shaw, Neton, Shawn Fujii, and Isaac Parker teamed up to swim a 1:36.75.

The 400 freestyle relay of Raper, Crossen, Goodspeed and Roderick combined to win. It recorded a 3:09.42 showing.

SU returns to action on Nov. 30 and Dec. 1 at the 2018 Husky Invitational in Federal Way, Wash.