EWING, N.J. – The Salisbury University men's and swimming teams wrapped up competition at the three-day TCNJ Invitational on Sunday. In the three days, Salisbury collected 106 season best times and 75 lifetime bests at the midseason invitational.
Men's Final Score: Salisbury 4th: 236 points
Women's Final Score: Salisbury 4th: 497 points
HOW IT HAPPENED
Kara Graybill, Peyton O'Brian, and Jordan DeGruchy each finished in the top-five in their respective races to lead the SU women. Olivia Totaro, Daisy Holder, Mary Green, and Brianna Schoales each qualified for two different finals.
Qualified Racers (Final Time)
Knorr: 200-yard fly; 3rd (1:57.86)
Thielke: 1650-yard free; 13th (17:40.73), 200-yard back; 12th (2:10.28)
Braun: 1650-yard free; 14th (17:52.27), 200-yard fly; 12th (2:10.36)
Arter: 1650-yard free; 15th (17:59.74), 200-yard back; 7th (2:02.05)
Samuel Bufano: 100-yard free; 12th (50.23)
Graybill: 100-yard free; 5th (56.33)
O' Brian: 200-yard breast; 5th (2:42.93)
DeGruchy: 200-yard fly; 5th (2:17.59)
Totaro: 1650-yard free; 6th (19:58.42), 200-yard fly; 14th (2:35.86)
Holder: 1650-yard free; 7th (20:04.97), 200-yard back; 11th (2:28.21)
Green: 1650-yard free; 8th (20:47.31), 200-yard back; 14th (2:33.32)
Schoales: 1650-yard free; 10th (21:40.97), 200-yard breast; 10th (2:57.76)
Cora Jameson: 200-yard back; 13th (2:31.02)
Andrea Gerber: 200-yard back; 15th (2:46.56)
Layla Tiberio: 100-yard free; 15th (59.65)
Airan Wolf: 200-yard fly; 12th (2:33.36)
Relay Top-10 Finishes
Women's 400-yard free: O'Brian, Olivia Hawkins, Tiberio, Graybill; 7th (3:56.58)
- The men's team qualified for 17 total finals in the three-day invitational
- The women's team qualified for 34 total finals in the three-day invitational
- After the holidays, the Sea Gulls will be back in the pool on Sunday, Jan. 16 against the McDaniel Green Terror.
- The dual meet is set to begin at 1 p.m. in Westminster, Md.
Salisbury University is a proud member of NCAA Division III with primary membership in the Coast-to-Coast Athletic Conference, along with the New Jersey Athletic Conference for football and the Metropolitan Swimming and Diving Conference for men's and women's swimming. With over 500 student-athletes in 21 varsity sports, SU is recognized as one of the most competitive intercollegiate athletics programs regardless of division, and dedicated coaches and staff that foster excellence on-and-off the field. The Sea Gulls have celebrated 22 team national championships, 24 individual national champions, 186 conference championships and 41 Academic All-Americans.
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