Army Men/Women Sweep Competition At Quad Meet

Meet Results

  • January 20, 2018
  • Fairfax, Virginia
  • Meet Results
  • Scores
    • MEN
      • George Mason 170, Boston U 128
      • Army 174, George Mason 121
      • Army 196, Boston U 97
      • George Mason 252, American 39
      • Boston U 232, American 53
      • Army 223, American 59
    • WOMEN
      • George Mason 159, Boston U 141
      • Army 152, George Mason 148
      • Army 170, Boston U 130
      • George Mason 213, American 84
      • Boston U 213, American 82
      • Army 233, American 64

Press Release

Courtesy of Army Athletics

MEN: The Army West Point men’s swimming and diving team put together a dominant outing in the pool after defeating George Mason (174-121), Boston U. (196-97), and American (223-59) on Saturday afternoon at the Jim McKay Natatorium.

ARMY NOTABLES

  • Army improved to 8-3 in the dual season.
  • The Black Knights won eight events in the quad meet.
  • Tom Ottman topped the competition in the 1000 free with his time of 9:32.08, before placing first in the 500 free at 4:34.37.
  • Evin Rude finished the 200 free at 1:38.81 and the 100 free at 45.90, which resulted in a pair of first-place finishes.
  • Josh Sembrano then placed first in the 100 back at 50.50.
  • In the 100 breast, Brady Almand (57.68) and Ty Dang (58.26) finished second and third, respectively.
  • The 200 fly came down to the wire, but Kevin Doo edged out the victory after hitting the wall at 1:50.45. James Bilbrey (1:51.73) and Johnny Ellery (1:52.04) finished in third and fourth. Doo later won the 100 fly.
  • The Black Knights swept the top-three spots in the 50 free with Hogan Harper leading the way at 21.04, while Nate Hein (21.11) and Brandon McCredie (21.16) followed.
  • Army also swept the 200 breast after Ty Dang (2:05.06), Brady Almand (2:08.87) and Lawrence Quintana (2:09.04) finished in the top three.
  • Hudson Kay led Army on the boards finishing second in the 3-meter with a score of 284.85 and second in the 1-meter (290.75).

WENDER’S WORDS

  • “I was very proud of our team today,” head coach Mickey Wender said. “We fought hard from start to finish. Three wins is a great way to end the dual-meet season. We learned a lot and we are ready to peak taper and take it to the next level.”

UP NEXT

  • With the dual meet season now completed, the Black Knights will have their eyes set on the Patriot League Championships that are scheduled to last from Feb. 14-17 in Annapolis, Md.

WOMEN: The Army West Point women’s swimming and diving excelled in the water on Saturday afternoon, defeating George Mason (152-148), Boston U. (170-130), and American (233-64) at the Jim McKay Natatorium.

ARMY NOTABLES

  • Army improved to 6-4 duals this season.
  • The Black Knights won four events in the quad meet.
  • The foursome of Cecelia CromanKara WineingerNneka Pilgrim and Nicole Parrystarted the meet off with a second-place finish in the 200 medley relay with their time of 1:47.75.
  • Croman would later win the 100 back at 57.66, while Bailey Smith placed third at 58.40 and Josephine Marsh finished fourth at 58.72.
  • Marsh also took second in the 200 back (2:05.21), with Kim Sembrano following in third at 2:06.40.
  • Sabrina Mortell (10:32.40) and Sidney Evans (10:35.02) finished second and third, respectively, in the 1000 free. Mortell would go on to place second in the 500 free (5:06.76), while Evans took second in the 200 IM (2:10.50).
  • Wineinger took second in the 100 breast with her time of 1:05.32, before Whitney Changcame away with the win in the 200 fly. Chang continued her solid day in the pool by also winning the 100 fly at 56.48.
  • On the boards, Serica Hallstead posted a first-place score on the 1-meter (267.90) and third on the 3-meter (250.70).

WENDER’S WORDS

  • “I was very proud of our team today,” head coach Mickey Wender said. “We fought hard from start to finish. Three wins is a great way to end the dual-meet season. We learned a lot and we are ready to peak taper and take it to the next level.”

UP NEXT

  • With the dual meet season now completed, the Black Knights will have their eyes set on the Patriot League Championships that are scheduled to last from Feb. 14-17 in Annapolis, Md.

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