The Acadia swim teams wrapped up the AUS regular season with a third-place finish overall at an invitational meet Jan. 18-19 at Dalhousie.
The host Tigers won the meet with a combined total of 602 points for top finishes. UNB was second with 277 points, and Acadia third with 223 points.
The Acadia men were second behind Dal with 164 points, while the Acadia women were fourth overall with 59 points. As a team, Acadia had 40 top-10 swims, 17 top-5s and 11 top-3s, including three firsts.
Individually, Hayden Adams won the 50 and 100-metre backstroke, was second in 200 back and third in 50 and 100 butterfly for five top-three finishes.
Luc Boudreau won the 200 breaststroke, was second in 50 free and 200 IM, and also placed fifth in 100 free and sixth in 200 free.
Collin Reynolds had five top-10 swims, placing third in 400 IM, fifth in 200 back, sixth in 100 back and 400 IM and eighth in 200 free.
Mike Adams had a pair of top-five swims, placing third in 1,500 free and fourth in 400 free. Ben Corkum was third in 200 fly and eighth in 100 fly. Justin LeBlanc was third in 100 breast, fourth in 50 breast and sixth in 200 breast.
Patrick Henger was fifth in 50 fly and eighth in 200 back. Jake Doiron was sixth in 300 fly.
On the women’s side, Jessica Bent had five top-10 swims, placing fifth in 100 fly, sixth in 50 fly, seventh in 50 and 100 back and ninth in 200 back.
Elizabeth Skuriat was fifth in 100 back and sixth in 400 free. Kristen MacPherson was fourth in 50 back, Kayla Boudreau was sixth in 200 breast, Eliza McGuire was seventh in 100 fly and eighth in 50 fly, and Cynthia Pfeiffer tenth in 200 back.
Next up for the Acadia swimmers is the AUS championships, set for Feb. 7-9 at Memorial University in St. John’s, NL.