The College of Wooster men's and women's swimming and diving teams opened the 2019 North Coast Athletic Conference Swimming and Diving Championships on Wednesday with a school record already broken and All-NCAC honors on day one.
Cameron Gelwicks broke his own 200 free school record in the opening leg of the 800 free relay with a "B" cut time 1:39.19. He joined Wyatt Foss, Michael Crookshanks and Ryan Campbell in a third-place All-NCAC finish with a time of 6:51.98.
The Kenyon men won the 800 free relay with a time of 6:35.94.
For the women, Emma Fikse, Nell Kacmarek, Kera Sells and Madison Whitman raced to a time of 7:49.18 for a fifth place finish. Kenyon and Denison both swam a "B" cut with Kenyon coming in first at 7:20.31.
Wednesday consisted of just the 800 relays and women's diving. Wooster will return to the pool tomorrow when action starts back up with prelims at 9:30 a.m. at Denison University. Finals begin at 6 p.m.