2017 CAC Swimming Championship


The Aquatics Center at the Michael P. O'Brien Athletics & Recreation Center

The 300-seat natatorium at St. Mary's College of Maryland features an Olympic-size swimming pool with the state-of-the-art design demanded for major competitions. The pool can be divided by bulkheads when necessary into smaller sections, such as the standard 25-yard lap used in collegiate meets. It has several features meant to minimize wave action, including specially designed gutters, and a state-of-the-art heat-recovery and dehumidification unit to cut down on humidity. The Aquatics Center has been home to the Capital Athletic Conference Men's & Women's Swimming Championships every February since 2006.

Capital Athletic Conference

Formed in 1989, the Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) is a 8-member coalition of four-year, co-educational institutions that promotes intercollegiate athletic competition among schools located in close geographic proximity that have similar educational and athletic philosophies. The CAC strives to develop a harmony of good feeling and a spirit of competitive sportsmanship, fellowship, and uniformity of practice among member institutions. Conference members are required to operate their intercollegiate athletic programs under the highest ethical standards and to maintain a program consistent with the overall educational philosophy of the member institutions. Five CAC member institutions sponsor the sports of men's and women's swimming - Frostburg State, Mary Washington, St. Mary's, Salisbury, and York.


Frostburg State University Bobcats

University of Mary Washington Eagles

St. Mary's College of Maryland Seahawks

York College of Pennsylvania Spartans

Meet Central

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Friday, February 17 (Day 1 of 3)
Saturday, February 18 (Day 2 of 3)
Sunday, February 19 (Day 3 of 3)