YORK, Pa. – The Salisbury University men's and women's swimming teams had five student-athletes named on the All-Capital Athletic Conference teams, four from the men's team and one from the women's, the league announced.
Juniors Will Gough and Jake Blazer sophomores Okan Eyigor and Scott Schirmer were honored with All-CAC selections for the men, while sophomore Victoria Radcliffe earned an all-conference nod for the women.
Gough was awarded with first-team All-CAC honors in the 200-yard freestyle, after capturing a win in the event and breaking a school record at the CAC Championships.
Eyigor earned a spot on the second-team for his performance in the 200-yard backstroke at the championships. The Istanbul, Turkey native grabbed a second-place finish in the event.
In the 400-freestyle relay, Blazer, Schirmer, Eyigor and Gough set a new school record and took second in the event, landing them on the second-team.
For the women, Radcliffe earned second-team All-CAC honors in the 200-yard freestyle after recording a second-place finish in the event at the championships and breaking a 14 year-old school record with her final time.
The Sea Gulls set a total of 16 school records at the three-day championship meet.
To view the full men's All-CAC release, click here.
To view the full women's All-CAC release, click here.