Ashland University freshman Philipp Sikatzki won a GLIAC championship in the 50 freestyle on Wednesday night (Feb. 12) at the GLIAC Swimming and Diving Championships in Geneva, Ohio.
Sikatzki's winning time was 20.21. That's a school record. The freshman is one of the top all-around swimmers in the conference and entered the meet with the top time (20.54) in the GLIAC in the event.
Also on Wednesday, Hannah Mattar was fourth in the 200 IM (2:04.69) and Murphy was fourth in the 50 freestyle (23.55). Alex Sheil was fourth in the 200 IM (1:49.10). Matter and Sheil set school records.
This was the opening day of the four-day 2014 Championships. This event runs through Saturday night and is being held at the SPIRE Institute.