BARBOURVILLE, Ky. - The NAIA has released the first men's and women's swimming top times lists of the 2013-14 season, and several Union College men's and women's swimmers rank highly on the lists.
For the men's team, the 200-medley relay team has the sixth highest mark in the country in the event at 1:38.16, while the 800-free relay squad has the eighth best time in 7:36.22.
Individually, freshman Bradley Moore leads the country in the 1000-free, with a mark of 9:52.17. Moore is also fourth overall in the 500-free (4:44.99).
Elsewhere, Dalton Baxter is just behind Moore in the 1000-free in third (10:08.82), and 13th in the 500-free (4:52.57) while Jose Jesus Morales is seventh in the 400-IM (4:19.37) and 11th in the 200-fly (2:01.08). Rounding out the list of top marks for the men's team is Lucas Lucena, who is 12th in the 200-back (2:00.20) and Vinicius Rossi, who is also 12th in the 200-breast (2:13.78).
On the women's side, the Bulldogs 200-medley relay team is fourth in the nation at 1:51.59, the 400-free relay squad is fifth overall (3:46.87), and the 800-free relay team sits in eighth overall (8:26.25). Rounding out the list was the 200-free relay squad, who is in 10th nationally (1:46.65).
Individually, Anna Kotliarova has the highest place on the team nationally in an event, as she sits in fourth in the 100-free (53.96). Kasey McCormick is sixth overall in two events - the 100-breast (1:09.67) and 200-breast (2:32.21) - while Callie Harrigan is sixth in the 200-free (1:58.71), ninth in the 100-free (54.35) and 10th in the 200-back (2:14.96).
For a full lists of Men's NAIA Top Times, click here. For the women's top times, click here.
The Union College swimming teams return to action on Dec. 6, as the program hosts their annual Winter Invitational at the Stivers Aquatic Center. The event runs through Dec. 7