MONTREAL – McGill swimmer Michael Luck, a senior from Beaconsfield, Que., won three gold medals, one silver and a pair of bronzes at the RSEQ conference swim championships, a three-day meet held at the CEPSUM pool on the campus of Université de Montreal.
He was one of four Redmen swimmers to claim gold, joining senior Marc-Andre Benoit of St. Hyacinthe, Que., who also pulled in six medals, two of them golden, along with freshman Gabriel Fortin (2) of Brossard, Que., and Luke Robert (2), a sophomore from Ottawa.
The Montreal Carabins captured the men’s banner with 292 points, followed by Laval (200), McGill (173), Sherbrooke (72) and UQTR (35).
On the women’s side, Katie Caldwell, a junior from White Rock, B.C., battled a knee injury to pace the Martlets with three silver medals and a pair of bronzes.
The Carabins also swept the women’s title with 355 points. McGill finished second with 182, followed by Laval (155), Sherbrooke (59) and UQTR (18).
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