KISSIMMEE, Fla. – [DAY FOUR RESULTS] Saint Louis University wrapped-up the 2018 Atlantic 10 Championship on Saturday and continued its successful meet into the final day.
Ryan McCoy continued his assault on the A-10 competition on Saturday evening. The senior grabbed his third gold of the Championship in the men’s 100M Freestyle with a time of 44.26.
Collin O’Brien also found the podium again on Saturday in the 200 Breaststroke final. The sophomore claimed the bronze in a 1:59.43 performance, just .12 out of silver.
Justin Mars finished fifth in the 200M Breaststroke after turning-in a 2:00.33 finish.
Two Billikens qualified for the finals of the men’s 200 Butterfly and finished 3-4. Grant Streid finished with the bronze with a 1:47.95 finish after the top two finishers, Matther Lynch and Andre Alarcon, both of George Mason, turned-in one of the best finishes of the championship. Lynch out-touched Alarcon at the wall with a .01 win. Isaiah Williams finished in fourth with a time of 1:47.99.
Mina Glenesk put together a solid race and finished just outside of the podium in the 1650M Freestyle. The senior posted a time of 17:02.54
The women’s 400M Free Relay gold went to George Washington with a final time of 3:22.38. The Billikens finished three second off the pace with a seventh-place finish and a time of 3:25.78.
On the men’s side, the Billiken team of Streid, O’Brien, McCoy and Williams grabbed the bronze with a 2:59.10 finish, just .15 ahead of Fordham.
In the end, the Saint Louis Women finished in eighth place with 205 points. The men completed the championship in fifth with 408 points, just three points out of fourth.