CHARLESTON, South Carolina – UNCW’s men’s program won 10 events as it rolled to an impressive 149-80 win at the College of Charleston in a Colonial Athletic Association meet. CofC rebounded though with a narrow 128-115 win on the women’s side on Saturday.

Seniors Gabe Thran and Christian Cremer led UNCW in the men’s side, both winning a pair of events. Thran, who ranks among the CAA top times in most freestyle sprints, won the 200 Free and later added a first-place showing in the 100 Free,

Cremer added wins in the 400 and 800 Freestyles.

Senior Emily Schwartz won the 200 and 400 Free events in the women’s meet. Sophomores Jenson Engen and Danielle Binkauskas earned wins in the 200 Breaststroke and 800 Free, respectively.

Adding event wins for the Seahawk men were Drew Gaertner (50 Free), Michael Baric (200 IM) and Valtteri Halonen (200 Back).

In diving, freshman Nate Lane won the 1-meter with a score of 273.97 points while Chase Seymour, a junior, scored 211.50 points in winning the 3-meter board.

In relay action, UNCW’s men’s 200 Medley Relay of Halonen, Baric, Zach Sowers and Joe Gallene opened the meet with a win.

UNCW improved to 33-0 all-time against Charleston’s men’s program while the women dropped to 30-3.

The Seahawks host Wingate on Jan. 18 at 1 p.m. when they next return to the pool.