Source: Acadia Athletics
WOLFVILLE, N.S. – At the annual Jack Scholz Memorial Swim Meet, the Dalhousie Tigers grabbed gold medal wins in 16 of 18 events on day one.
Three swimmers captured wins in more than one event including Tigers swimmers Gavin Dyke who posted wins in the 100m and 400m freestyle and teammates Isabel Sarty who finished first in the 100m and 400m freestyle and Lise Cinq-Mars who won the 50m and 200m butterfly.
The Tigers finished first in both the women's and men's team standings, with host Acadia trailing in second in both team standings.
The two events not won by Dalhousie included Acadia veteran swimmers Patrick Henger who won the 50m butterfly and Adam Deutsch who finished on top in the 200m breaststroke.
In the two relay races in day one's schedule of events, Dalhousie won both the male and female 200m medley relays.
Stand-out newcomers included Dalhousie's Madeline Shivgulam who won the 100m backstroke and Isabel Sarty with the two gold medal wins, while Victoria Macdonald posted a gold medal win in the 50m breaststroke for the Tigers.
Day Two of the Jack Scholz Memorial Swim Meet will begin Sunday, October 29 at 9:00 a.m.
Combined Team Scores - Through Event 18
1. Dalhousie University 358
2. Acadia University 225
3. Mount Allison 63
4. University of New Brunswick 53
Women - Team Rankings - Through Event 18
1. Dalhousie University 190
2. Acadia University 97
3. Mount Allison 38
4. University of New Brunswick 25
Men - Team Rankings - Through Event 18
1. Dalhousie University 168
2. Acadia University 128
3. University of New Brunswick 28
4. Mount Allison Mounties 25