SPOKANE – Seattle University men’s swimming put together a strong finish at Whitworth, finishing a two-day win Saturday.

"We've been training hard and that showed in some of our times today," said Coach Craig Nisgor. "That's a good sign for us moving forward. We'll keep working and go from here."

Greg Raper won the 50 freestyle with a 21.56 effort.

In the 200 butterfly, Ryan Ascencio and Shawn Fujii claimed first and second, respectively. Ascencio, a freshman, swam a 1:58.97 in the event.

Mitchell Crossen wrapped up his big weekend with a victory in the 100 freestyle. He recorded a 47.73 to beat out Ian Keane, who placed second.

Ryan Shaw won the 200 backstroke Saturday, contributing a 1:56.82 to take gold.

In the 500 freestyle, Zach Zenteno took first with a 4:53.01 time.

In the 400 medley relay, SU won, as Shaw, Jack Neton, Raper, and Isaac Parker touched in 3:29.97, topping the field.

Crossen, Jake Goguen, Tyler Goodspeed, and Keane combined to win the 400 freestyle relay. The group swam a 3:13.47. Zenteno, Milan Saric, Ascencio, and Alex Roderick finished second with a 3:17.08 effort.

The Redhawks will take on Air Force and Simon Fraser on Friday in Federal Way.