FEDERAL WAY, Wash. – (Dec. 2) Seattle University men’s swimming wrapped up the second day of competition at the 69th Annual Husky Invitational Saturday. Alex Roderick continued his stellar weekend with a strong showing in the 200 freestyle.
“We have a lot of people swimming well,” said Coach Craig Nisgor. “We’re seeing a lot of lifetime bests this weekend. Hopefully, this will set us up a great second half of the season.”
In the 200 freestyle, Roderick logged a 1:40.99 in prelims, notching the fifth-best time in school history. He placed seventh in the finals of the race. Mitchell Crossen claimed a 1:41.30 in prelims, good for the ninth-fastest time in SU history. He later took eighth in the finals.
Ben Nussbaum finished second in the 100 breaststroke final, putting up a 57.20 effort.
Jack Baldoni placed third in the 100 butterfly finals, swimming a 48.91.
The Redhawks wrap up action at the Husky Invite tomorrow. Prelims are set for a 8:30 a.m. start with the finals slated for 4:30 p.m.