HOUSTON – Seattle University men’s swimming claimed multiple all-time top-10 performances at the 2019 Western Athletic Conference (WAC) Championships Friday. Greg Raper, Milan Saric, Kyle Bailey, Jack Neton, and Isaac Parker each established new top times for the Redhawks.

“We keep getting stronger here,” said Coach Craig Nisgor. “That’s great to see. We just have to keep working and getting better as we head into tomorrow.”

Raper registered a 48.08 in the 100 butterfly finals. The time is second-best in program history. In the 100 butterfly prelims, Milan Saric clocked in at 49.57, marking the eighth-fastest time in SU history.

In the 400 IM finals, Kyle Bailey finished in 4:05.47, good for eighth in school annals.

Jack Neton’s 57.20 in the 100 breaststroke finals took the ninth slot on the Seattle U all-time list.

In the 200 freestyle finals, Isaac Parker grabbed the 10th-best time in school history with a 1:41.21 effort.

Ryan Ascencio, Luke Christensen, and Tyler Goodspeed all set new lifetime bests in the 100 butterfly, while Chang He logged a personal best in the 100 breaststroke Friday.

The event concludes tomorrow, with the 1650 freestyle, 200 backstroke, 100 freestyle, 200 breaststroke, and 200 butterfly, and 400 freestyle relay on the docket in Houston.