Army Men & Women Sweep Opponents At Quad Meet

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January 26th, 2020 College

Army vs George Mason vs Old Dominion vs American

  • January 25, 2020
  • West Point, New York
  • Results

Courtesy: Army Athletics

WEST POINT, N.Y. – With nine event victories, the Army West Point men’s swimming and diving team wrapped up a Saturday quad meet at Crandall Pool with three wins.

The Black Knights bested Old Dominion (226-69), George Mason (189.5-109.5) and George Mason (247-42). Evan Zhang had a productive day in the water, claiming a pair of individual event victories in the 100 breast and 200 IM. He also swam the third leg of the first-place 200 medley relay squad.

EVENT WINNERS
200 Medley Relay: Brian McKenrickEvan ZhangJames BilbreyJosh Zock – 1:31.63
1000 Free: Ford Blaylock – 9:33.09
200 Free: Graham Ungrady – 1:40.86
100 Breast: Zhang – 55.28
50 Free: Zock – 20.63
100 Free: Billy Webber – 45.61
200 Breast: Ty Dang – 2:02.14
500 Free: Blaylock, 4:34.68
200 IM: Zhang – 1:53.42

NOTABLE PERFORMANCES
200 Free: Billy Webber – 1:41.03, Second
100 Breast: Lawrence Quintana – 56.19, Second
200 Fly: Kevin Lin – 1:51.20, Second
100 Free: Nathan Hein – 46.00, Second; Jacob Powell – 46.10, Third
200 Back: McKenrick – 1:50.49, Second
200 Breast: Quintana – 2:05.16, Second
100 Fly: Kevin Doo – 49.60, Second; McKenrick – 49.80, Third
200 IM: Lin – 1:53.57, Second
200 Free Relay: Sean Paul StolarskiWilliam Rankin, Hein, Zock – 1:22.77, Second
3-Meter: Daniel Alaimo – 305.25, Second
1-Meter: Alaimo – 291.90, Second

UP NEXT
The Black Knights will welcome Boston University to the banks of the Hudson next Saturday for a 1 p.m. Patriot League dual meet. Army will honor its seniors prior to the meet with a senior day ceremony.

WEST POINT, N.Y. – The Army West Point women’s swimming and diving team won 11 events at a quad meet on Saturday afternoon at Crandall Pool.

Army topped Old Dominion (227-72), George Mason (200-97) and American (242-55) to go a perfect 3-0 in the water. Freshman Mandolin Nguyen had a stellar day of competition, winning both the 200 breast and 200 IM, while taking second in the 100 back. She also swam the second leg of the first-place 200 medley relay.

Serica Hallstead continued her dominance on the boards as she logged a pair of first-place performances on the afternoon.

EVENT WINNERS
200 Medley Relay: Lauren Carag, Nguyen, Whitney ChangMadison Berg – 1:44.24
100 Back: Carag – 56.66
100 Breast: Gillian Burch – 1:04.85
200 Fly: Chang – 2:06.48
200 Back: Josephine Marsh – 2:01.61
200 Breast: Nguyen – 2:18.55
500 Free: Kristen Gullickson – 5:07.50
100 Fly: Chang – 55.97
200 IM: Nguyen – 2:06.05
200 Free Relay: Carag, Lexus VanhovenSammie EdwardsBrianna Romaine – 1:34.95
1-Meter: Hallstead – 266.32
3-Meter: Hallstead – 280.05

NOTABLE PERFORMERS
1000 Free: Gullickson – 10:41.63, Second
200 Free: Romaine – 1:54.90, Second
100 Back: Nguyen – 57.99, Second
50 Free: Vanhoven – 23.96, Second; Mia Rankin – 24.01, Third
100 Free: Carag – 51.56, Second
200 Breast: Burch – 2:22.66, Second
500 Free: Kim Caccamo – 5:10.98, Second
100 Fly: Berg – 57.88; Edwards – 58.54, Third

UP NEXT
Army will welcome Boston University to the banks of the Hudson on Saturday for a 1 p.m. dual meet at Crandall Pool. Prior to the meet, the Black Knights will honor their seniors with a senior day ceremony.

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