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Davidson, Howard and VMI Swam on Saturday
Courtesy: Coastal Collegiate Swimming Association  
Release: 10/19/2013
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Howard opened up its season on Saturday in a dual meet with VMI, while Davidson faced off with former CCSA member College of Charleston.

DAVIDSON FALLS TO COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON
Two divers and two swimmers each notched a pair of individual victories as the Davidson swimming and diving teams fell to former CCSA foe College of Charleston in dual meet action at the Stern Center Saturday afternoon. The men fell by a score of 142-99, while the women took a 134-109 loss.
 
For the second week in a row, Elise Lankiewicz and Dylan Ludwick each claimed a pair of events. Brian McRae and Kaliya Burton-Akright, the reigning CCSA Divers of the Week, followed suit with a pair of wins in the diving events. Lankiewicz won the 100-meter butterfly in a time of 1:03.81 and also claimed the 400-meter free in 4:28.29.  Ludwick earned wins in the 200-meter free (1:53.56) and the 400-meter free (4:07.18). McRae won the 1-meter (217.72) and 3-meter (243.82), while Burton-Akright matched his feat with a score of 242.92 in the 3-meter and 254.70 in the 1-meter.  FULL STORY

JOHNSON SETS RECORD AGAIN IN MEN'S S&D'S WIN OVER HOWARD
Matt Johnson set the school record in the 1000 free for the second straight week and won both the 500 and 1000 free, while Connor McMahon swept the freestyle sprints to propel the VMI Keydets past the Howard Bison, 138-66, in men's swimming and diving action Saturday at Clark King Pool on VMI Post.

Competing early in the meet, Johnson took the 1000 free in 10:02.86, resetting the record he posted last week at Virginia Tech. He was also the victor in the 500 free, winning in 4:54.66 to lead a VMI sweep of the podium positions, as Drake Michalzuk and Jeff Whiteman finished in the second and third positions.  FULL STORY

HOWARD:  More to come


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