Waverly took second at the IAC Championships at Watkins Glen Saturday.

The Wolverines amassed 407 points, just 10 behind overall champion Lansing.

Waverly led things off with a win in the 200 yard medley relay as a team of John Hallett, Josh Mastrantuono, Brighton Wood and Caleb Jenkins won in 1:44.74. Mastrantuono then took second in the 200 free in 1:55.99.

Waverly had two swimmers place in the 200 IM as Tanner Burt was third in 2:26.58 while Mike Girolamo took fifth in 2:27.61.

Hallett won the 50 free in 22.23 followed by Wood taking second in the 100 fly in 1:01.66 as Brandon Whitley was seventh in 1:08.83. Fellow Wolverine Jared Steward was eighth in 1:13.76.

Hallett returned to win the 100 free in 50.09 with Jenkins taking seventh in 55.72.

Waverly's Gary Moorehead took seventh in the 500 free at 5:54.54 while Whitley finished eighth in 5:57.79.

Waverly won the 200 free relay in 1:35.01 with a team of Mastrantuono, Wood, Burt and Hallett. Following that Jenkins was sixth in the backstroke at 1:09.35.

The Wolverines swept the breaststroke, going 1-2-3. They were led by Mastrantuono's 1:02.29, Wood was second at 1:06.58 and Burt took third in 1:08.19.

Waverly was third in the 400 free relay in 3:54.16 behind a team of Whitley, Jenkins, Burt and Girolamo.

The Wolverines also won the diving with 51 points to Watkins Glen's 17.