LEXINGTON, Va. – The Randolph College men's swimming team concluded the 2017 portion of its season with a fourth-place finish, out of six teams, on the final day of the Washington and Lee Invitational.
The WildCats racked up 146.5 points to place ahead of Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) rivals Virginia Wesleyan University and Emory & Henry College. The host Generals took the top spot with 1,179.5 points while York (Pa.) College placed runner up with 835 points and Messiah College finished third with 660 points.
Kieran Saienni locked in the fastest Randolph time in the 200-yard backstroke, touching the pad in 2:25.12 while Oscar Onoszko posted a sixth-place finish in the 200 breaststroke with a time of 2:22.10. Andrew Scales competed for the WildCats in the 200-yard butterfly, earring a time of 2:23.53.
Jeffrey Oliveri posted a time of 50.29 seconds in the 100-yard freestyle to lead a pack of Randolph swimmers with Daniel Bennett-Blake following in 52.11 seconds while Adriano De Angelis and Bauer Edwards rounded out the Randolph field with times of 56.69 seconds and 1:02.21, respectively.
The quartet of Bennett-Blake, Scales, Onoszko and Oliveri closed out the day in the 400-yard freestyle relay, locking in a blazing time of 3:26.04.
The WildCats will break for the winter holiday before returning to Washington and Lee for their first dual meet of the new year.