Wesleyan Swimmers Wrap Up at the Randolph Macon Invite

Wesleyan Swimmers Wrap Up at the Randolph Macon Invite

ASHLAND, Va. -- West Virginia Wesleyan's swim teams closed with a flourish on day two of the Randolph Macon Swim Invitational.

The Bobcats placed in the top in 11 different events, highlighted by Julian Morassi recording a sizzling victory in the 200-fly (1:57.31). Morassi had just missed winning the 500-free on Friday afternoon.

Dominik Schopper captured two top tens himself Saturday, swimming to a runner-up spot in the 200-back (2:09.03) and a third place in the 100-breast (58.68). 

Logan Knoyer collected a tenth place swim in the 100-back (56.52).

Wesleyan's 800-free relay unit of Schopper, Knoyer, Morassi and Dan Williams finished tenth in 7:24.79.

Four different individuals placed for the Wesleyan women, plus a pair of relays.

Camilla Brizzi recorded a sixth place in the 100-free (54.59), with Ashton Cole also delivering a sixth, swimming an impressive 18:26.10 in the grueling 1650-free.

Kimmy Culver placed eighth in the 100-fly (1:00.40) while Marylee Gowdy placed tenth in the 100-back (63.11).

Wesleyan's 400-free relay team of Brizzi, Gowdy, Culver, and Lea Kryvenchuk turned in a stellar fifth place swim in 3:41.25.

Placing eighth was the 800-free relay unit of Kryvenchuk, Cole, Culver and Theresa Burgess in 8:12.73.

Wesleyan's women placed eighth overall as a team with 213 points.

The Bobcat men placed ninth with 166 points. Washington & Lee captured the team title on both sides.

Wesleyan returns to action on January 13, facing Davis & Elkins in the annual "Battle of the Hills."