FEDERAL WAY, Wash. – Seattle University men’s swimming saw more lifetime best performances and a 200 medley relay gold medal on the second day of the 2018 Husky Invite.

"We're really close on a lot of times here," said Coach Craig Nisgor. "We've done a good job of being consistent with our times. We just need to keep doing what we're doing. I'm happy with our effort and it's great to see everyone getting behind each other."

The 200 medley relay of Ryan Shaw, Jack Neton, Greg Raper, and Isaac Parker won Saturday. The group tallied a 1:32.31 to touch first in the race. Neton’s 50 breaststroke leg marked a lifetime best (26.23).

Milan Saric and Shawn Fujii finished second and third, respectively, in the 100 butterfly final. Saric’s 49.57 time is eighth-best in school history, while Fujii’s 49.76 showing is good for ninth on the all-time list at SU.

The group of Mitchell Crossen, Isaac Parker, Zach Zenteno, and Alex Roderick combined to log a third-place finish in the 800 freestyle relay Saturday night. They swam a 6:54.44 to take bronze.

Ian Keane put up a 50 freestyle leg performance of 20.23 in the 200 medley relay, good for a personal best. Freshman Colby Evenson's 100 backstroke time of 52.97 in Saturday's final marked a lifetime best.

The meet wraps up tomorrow, as the final six events will be on the schedule.