The Cougar men finished tied for second with Queens University with six points, while the women are in fourth place with four points.
The Cougars placed well in the 100-yard freestyle event with sophomore Sarah Graif taking first place overall with a time of 52.29. Freshman Alex Wood placed fourth on the men's side with a time of 46.85, while Dave Sherrier came in sixth at 47.21.
Charleston picked up two fourth-place finishes in the 200-yard butterfly led by Corrine Taylor's time of 2:08.15 and Pablo Ortiz's time of 1:53.59.
Senior Peter Gibbons placed fourth in both dives, compiling a score of 294.35 in the one-meter dive, and a score of 288.40 in the three-meter dive.
The Cougar women placed fourth in the 200 free relay as Jayme Groth, Michelle Whitfield, Meredith and Graif combined for a time of 1:39.15. On the men's side, Wood, Will Kantlehner, Sherrier and Greg Karel came in sixth with a time of 1:25.93.
The meet will continue tomorrow at 10 a.m. from the Carolina Natatorium.