WILMINGTON, North Carolina – UNCW won seven events, including three relays, but nationally-ranked Virginia Tech posted a sweep of the Seahawks winning the men’s meet, 181-112, and the women’s meet, 169.5-125.5, on Saturday at the Seahawk Natatorium.

Heading up the Seahawk charge was Hannah Stephenson, who won the 200 Backstroke with a time of 2:04.41 and swam legs on UNCW’s 200 Medley and 400 Freestyle relay teams.

Jenson Engen captured the women’s 100 Breastroke (1:04.00) and also swam on the winning 200 Medley Relay.

Danielle Binkauskas won her second straight 1,000 Free event, taking Saturday’s edition with a time of 10:33.73.

Michael Baric posted UNCW’s only win on the men’s side, taking the 100 Backstroke in a time of 50.14 seconds.

The women’s 200 Medley Relay of Stephenson, Engen, Cat Gargula and Rachel Sears opened the meet with a strong win, edging the Hokies by .18 of a second.

The Seahawks capped the meet with a sweep of the 400 Free Relay. The relay of Sears, Stephenson, Courtney Dangremond and Chelsea Tomko touched the wall with a time of 3:36.44. The men’s relay of Valtteri Halonen, Alex Labonge, Joe Gallene and Gabe Thran nipped the Hokies by .58 seconds for the victory.

The Seahawks next compete on Feb. 1, when the women’s program visits Campbell and the diving teams head to East Carolina. Both meets begin at 1 p.m.