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Swimming - Wed, Feb. 5, 2014
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BARBOURVILLE, Ky. - In the final Appalachian Swimming & Diving Conference Top Times lists of the 2013-14 regular season, several Union College men's and women's swimmers have solidified top spots in several events.

On the men's side, the 800-free relay team remains fourth overall in the league (7:08.27), while both the 200-medley (1:37.25) and 400-medley (3:35.45) squads continue to have the fifth best times in the conference in those events. .

Individually, Bradley Moore still has the best time overall in the conference in both the 1650-free (16:33.42) and 1000-free (9:52.17), and is still second in the 500-free with a time of 4:39.44. Meanwhile, Vinicius Rossi remains on top in the 100-breast (58.24), and Jose Jesus Morales still has the best time in the league in the 400-IM (4:05.69). Rossi is also fourth in the 200-breast (2:09.97), while Morales is second in the 200-fly (1:55.10) and third in the 200-IM (1:55.12).

For the women, the Bulldog 200-free (1:38.77) and 400-free (3:36.08) relay teams will enter the ASC Championships with the best time in the league in those events. In the remaining relay events, Union remained in second overall in the following - 200-medley (1:50.12), 400-medley (4:02.27) and 800-free (7:56.62) relay events.

On the individual end, Callie Harrigan will end the regular year with the best time in the league in  the 100-free (52.92), while posting the second best time in the 200-back (2:07.56) and 50-free (24.40). She also has the third best mark in the 100-back (59.53) and fourth best in the 200-free (1:58.71).

Meanwhile, Kasey McCormick remains in third in both the 100-breast (1:07.94) and 200-breast (2:28.80) and fifth in the 200-IM (2:16.32). Rounding out the list for the women's team of note is Anna Kotliarova, who is second in the 100-free (53.28) and fourth in the 100-fly (59.83)

For a full list of top relay times, click here. For individual times, click here.

The Union College men's and women's swimming teams return to action on Sunday, hosting King (Tenn.) and Bethel (Tenn.) in the squads annual Senior Day meet. Action gets underway at Stivers Aquatic Center at 2 p.m.