15 SWIMMERS ADVANCE TO FINALS

15 SWIMMERS ADVANCE TO FINALS

Annapolis, MD: The EC swim team is competing at the 2017 Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference championships at the United State Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland. Only the top 16 in each event advance to the finals each night. 15 EC swimmers earned top 16 spots for tonight's second night of finals. GO LIONS!                                                                                                        

Day 2 - Morning prelims

On the men's side: In the 200 medley (Aleksandrowicz, Mendoza, Illescas, Mendes) finished 2nd in 1:31.51 (in a new EC school record time). In the 400 IM, senior captain Camilo Mendoza finished 10th (4:02.27) earning another NCAA national cut. In the 100 fly, Pedro Illescas finished 2nd (48.65) setting a new EC school record and NCAA qualifying time. Adrian Aleksandrowicz finished 21st (50.24) David Brown 57th (53.82).

In the 200 free, Alex Sobers finished 3rd (1:38.52) earning anther NCAA national cut. Richard Williamson finished 29th (1:43.69) Stanislas Raczynski 35th (1:44.68). In the 100 breast, Jarred Stigant finished 33rd (59.67)    Andrew Reichenbach 34th (59.85) Robert Jones 36th (1:00.23). In the 100 back, David Brown finished 32nd (55.88).                                                                    

On the women's side: In the 200 medley relay (Tobo, Ribeiro, Gonzalez, Ostojska) finished 9th in 1:51.33. In the 400 IM, freshmen Anna Calka finished 9th (4:39.83) Sarita Duarte 12th (4:52.05). In the 100 fly, Clara Monges finished 9th (56.96) Audrey Johnstone 22nd (58.70) Laura Gonzalez 23rd (59.03). In the 200 free, Megan Dawes finished 26th (1:57.89) Karolina Ostojska 29th (1:58.11). In the 100 breast, Juliana Ribeiro finished 24th (1:09.32). In the 100 back, senior captain Diana Tobo finished 28th (1:00.61).

 

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