Oswego State swimmer Daniel Rodriguez ’20 had the top finish of all Division III athletes competing in the College Swimming Coaches Association of America Open Water Championship on Sept. 18 at Lone Star Lake in Lawrence, Kan.
Rodriguez placed 20th out of 96 at the competition, while the next best DIII finish was 33rd. He finished the 5,000-meter race with a time of 1:05:53.74.
Rodriguez had an impressive first year with the Lakers. As a freshman, he set a school record with a time of 16:03.15 in the 1,650-yard freestyle event, claimed a conference title and earned a spot on the SUNYAC All-Conference First Team.
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