CHRISTIANSBURG, Va. - West Virginia Wesleyan's swim teams posted some solid efforts in day two of the Appalachian Swimming Conference Championships.
Camilla Brizzi (pictured) posted the top performance of the day, swimming to a second place spot in the 50-free in 24.15 and breaking a school record in the process.
Lea Kryvenchuk placed 15th in the 200-IM (2:19.32).
Wesleyan's 200-free relay earned a solid third place finish. The unit of Brizzi, Justine Bledsoe, Gowdy, and Morris posted a strong 1:39.03 time.
The women are currently in third place among 11 teams as they have compiled 157 points.
Brenau University is first with 266 points while Emmanual College is second with 232 points.
Dominik Schopper delivered the top men's performance on day two, racing to a fourth place in the 200-IM in 1:56.89.
The men are in ninth place with 72 points.
"Tonight was a fantastic night of swimming with some fast times across the board," remarked head coach April Gitzen. "The highlight of the night was Camilla Brizzi taking second place in the 50 free and breaking the school record. This team truly came out to race tonight and it was incredible. It was a big night of swimming and we look to carry to momentum into tomorrow morning."