WILMINGTON, North Carolina – The Seahawks wind down the fall portion of their schedule beginning this weekend when they head up I40 for a non-conference dual meet with NC State on Staurday. The meet is slated for a 2 p.m. start at the Weisiger-Brown Athletic Facility.

The Seahawks are coming off their annual Colonial Athletic Association Pod Meet looking to get back to their winning ways. The men split a pair of dual meets, topping Delaware, but falling to William & Mary. The women, meanwhile, dropped all three meets to host James Madison, Delaware and William & Mary.

Leading the way for the Seahawks at the Pod meet were Gabe Thran and Christine Souther. Thran won the 100 Freestyle and added a second-place finish in the 200 Free, He also swam the anchor legs of three relays, including the winning 400 Free Relay. Souther, meanwhile, captured first in the 200 IM and added a pair of third-place finishes in the 100 and 200 Breaststrokes.

In diving, freshman Allen Crosby continued his strong beginning to his collegiate career by winning the 1-meter and finishing second on the 3-meter. Crosby has won a combined five boards this fall and set a UNCW freshman record in the 1-meter earlier this season.

Crosby was named CAA Diver-of-the-Week for his efforts at the CAA Pod Meet.

The Seahawks close out their fall on Nov. 21-23, when they compete at the Patriot Invitational in Fairfax, Va.