Swimming - Fri, Mar. 7, 2014
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OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. - The Union College men's and women's swimming teams continued action at the 2014 NAIA National Championships on Friday at the Oklahoma City Community College, and it was once again a successful day for the Bulldogs.

Leading the way on the second night of competition for Union was Callie Harrigan, who narrowly missed out on a National Championship in the 200-Free, finishing second in a time of 1:52.59. With the result, Harrigan earned NAIA and CSCAA All-American honors in the event, missing a first place finish by just over two seconds.

The evening began for the Bulldogs in the 200-free relay, where the Union women's team finished seventh (1:37.67) to earn CSCAA Honorable Mention All-America honors, while the men's squad just missed out on the finals, finishing 12th overall (1:27.31).

Next in the men's 400-IM, Jose Jesus Morales placed sixth with a time of 4:02.43 to earn CSCAA Honorable Mention All-American accolades, while in the women's 100-breast, Kasey McCormick (1:06.88) and Jule Stein (1:07.17) placed sixth and seventh, respectively, to both earn CSCAA All-American Honorable Mention honors in the event.

After Dustin Dyer placed 11th in the men's 100-back (52.27), the final event of the evening was the men's portion of the 400-free relay, where Union placed sixth in a time of 3:26.54 to notch the final CSCAA Honorable Mention All-American honor for the day.

Action at the NAIA National Championships concludes tomorrow evening. Fans are reminded that live stats will be available all afternoon and evening here, and that meet will be streamed live online here.