Feb. 26, 2010
PITTSBURGH - Loyola University Maryland's men's swimming and diving team sits in fifth place, and the women's squad is eighth, after the first day of the 2010 ECAC Championships at the University of Pittsburgh.
The Greyhounds' men scored 91 points, while the U.S. Naval Academy leads the competition with 177 points. Loyola's women scored 55, while Harvard leads the race with 213.5 points.
Morris posted the top individual finish, claiming third in the 500-yard freestyle, touching the wall in 4:30.04.
Megan Shovlin then finished the 500-yard freestyle in 5:05.80 to finish 14th.
Jacob Drannan earned a fourth-place finish in the men's 200-yard individual medley, clocking a time of 1:52.50 to edge Dan Fletcher of Boston University by 0.02.
Lauren Mari swam a time of 24.46 and placed 11th in the women's 50-yard freestyle.
The competition resumes on Saturday morning with preliminaries in more events.