HOUSTON – Seattle University women’s swimming put together a solid meet on the second day of action at the 2019 Western Athletic Conference (WAC) Championships. Three different Redhawks recorded all-time top-10 times Thursday at the CRWC Natatorium.

"We swam well today," said Coach Craig Nisgor. "We are just working on finding our groove. Seeing Emily perform how she did was exciting to see. We'll keep it moving going into tomorrow."

In the 500 freestyle finals, senior Emily Gough swam a 5:04.49, claiming the fourth-fastest time in SU history. Earlier in the day, Gough logged a 5:04.60 in prelims to break into the top five at Seattle U. 

Freshman Sarah Carr posted the ninth-best 200 IM time in program history, touching in 2:09.76 in Thursday’s prelims. In that same race, Emily Bakewell finished in 2:10.28, grabbing the 10th-fastest time in SU annals.

In the 50 freestyle prelims, Jayna Van Stone finished in 24.16 seconds, good for eighth-best in school history. Marissa Chan posted a lifetime best in the event.

Julia Gorman, Van Stone, and Emma McGill all set personal bests in the 500 freestyle prelims Thursday.

On Friday, the 400 IM, 100 butterfly, 200 freestyle, 100 breaststroke, 100 backstroke, and 400 medley relay will be contested.