NEWARK, Delaware - Led by Joe Gallene, UNCW totaled four event wins on the men's side and Hannah Stephenson posted a win for the Seahawk women on the opening day of the Colonial Athletic Association Pod Meet, hosted by Delaware, at the Rawstrom Natatorium.

Gallene gave the Seahawks a lift with a win in the 50 Freestyle and swimming the anchor leg of both the 200 Freestyle and 200 Medley Relays.

In the 50 Free, the Seahawks dominated with sophomore C.J. Fiala and senior Michael Williams taking second and third, respectively, behind Gallene, who entered the meet with the third fastest time in the event in the conference.

Fiala also swam on the winning 200 Free and 200 Medley Relays.

Senior Stephen Conrad won the 100 Butterfly with a time of 49.51, besting his previous CAA-leading time of 49.78.

Stephenson, a sophomore, won the 100 Backstroke with a time of 56.73.

Adding second-place finishes for the Seahawk women were senior Carly Tanner (50 Free) and impressive freshman Jenson Engen in the 100 Breaststroke.

In Diving, sophomore Chase Seymour fashioned UNCW's top finish of the day, taking third in the 3-meters with a score of 253.20.

The meet concludes on Sunday.