LEXINGTON, Va. – After 10 events, the Randolph College men's swimming team earned 61.5 points to sit fourth out of six teams at the conclusion of the first day of the Washington and Lee Invitational.
The quartet of Daniel Bennett-Blake, Andrew Scales, Oscar Onoszko and Jeffrey Oliveri kicked off the afternoon with a strong 200-yard freestyle relay showing, clocking in at 1:31.48 before returning to close out the day with a 3:59.33 mark in the 400-yard medley relay.
On the individual side, Onoszko earned the top Randolph time in the 200 individual medley, touching the pad in 2:06.99 with Scales following in 2:16.00.
Bennett-Blake swam the fastest time for the WildCats in the 50-yard freestyle, clocking in at 22.50 seconds with Oliveri touching the pad right behind in 22.51 seconds while Bauer Edwards rounded out the Randolph field with a time of 27.62 seconds.
The WildCats will conclude its final competition of 2017 tomorrow when Randolph returns for the second and final day of the Washington and Lee Invitational.