CHARLOTTE, N.C. – The King University men's swimming team finished their weekend with a pair of school records at the Fall Frenzy Invitational on Sunday. Aleksandar Stosik set one in the 100 yard freestyle and the men's 400 yard freestyle relay set another school record.
KING RESULTS: 6th of 7
LOCATION: Mecklenburg County Aquatic Center; Charlotte, N.C.
HOW IT HAPPENED
- Stosik posted two times under the school record in the 100 yard freestyle, the first of 46.56 seconds in the prelims. He lowered the previous record of 47.38 seconds.
- In the finals he posted a time of 46.62 seconds.
- The 400 yard freestyle relay team of Juan Somoza, Stosik, Tyler Brewster and Cade Martin set a school record by more than one second. The posted a time of 3:11.68, lowering the previous record 3:12.83.
- In all, the Tornado set seven school records three other personal records on the weekend at the Fall Frenzy.
QUOTE FROM THE COACH
"Another great day of swimming, with more lifetime best swims and school records," head coach James Graves said. "Multiple school records were broken today and the team is brimming with confidence. This team is truly a team that supports and respects one another and makes my job easy. I couldn't be happier with our attitude and approach to swimming this weekend. It is a big reason for our success in the pool. Now it's back to work to start preparing for conference in February. Go Tornado!"
- King will be in action again on January 12 when they host Mars Hill University and Emory & Henry College at 6:00 p.m. The meet will take place at Virginia High School in Bristol, Va.