Army/UConn Men Tie at 150, Huskies Women Win 212-88

Connecticut vs. Army

  • Nov. 2, 2019
  • Men: UConn tied Army 150-150
  • Women: UConn def. Army 212-88
  • Results

Courtesy: Connecticut Athletics

STORRS, Conn. – The UConn men’s swimming and diving team ended Saturday’s meet against Army with a deadlocked 150-150 score at the Wolff-Zackin Natatorium.

The 400 Free relay team of Kyle Dunlap, Jack Muratori, Josh Wroblewski and Will Kearsey swam a pool record 3:02.36 to earn a first place finish in the final race of the day to come back and lock up the meet at 150 points.

Wroblewski posted wins in the 200 and 500 Free while Kyle Dunlap earned a first place finish in the 100 Free.

The UConn women’s swimming and diving team captured a 212-88 win against Army in dual meet action on Saturday afternoon at the Wolff-Zackin Natatorium.

The Huskies were clicking on Saturday with Jennie Novak, Ryan Dulaney, Linnea Anderson and Georgia Apostolu all capturing multiple wins.

Novak secured a win in the 200 IM (2:06.52) and 100 Free (52.38) while taking a third place finish in the 50 Free.

Dulaney showed strides that she made from last season by shedding nine seconds off her 1000 Free (10:20.10) and four second off her 500 Free (5:03.25).

Anderson contributed to four UConn first place races with wins in the 50 Free, 100 Fly and added wins in both the 200 Medley Relay and 400 Free Relay.

Erin Clifford highlighted the diving portion of the meet by capturing an NCAA Zones qualifying score that sends her to NCAA Zone A competition at West Virginia in March.

UConn quickly returns to action next weekend with a pair of meets up in Boston at Boston College (Nov. 8) and Boston University (Nov. 9).

Courtesy: Army Athletics

STORRS, Conn. – The Army West Point men’s swimming and diving tied UConn, 150-150, in a road dual on Saturday afternoon.

The Black Knights won 10 event victories against the Huskies. Daniel Alaimo, Brian McKenrick and Evan Zhang each claimed a pair of individual wins, while McKenrick and Zhang also played a role in for a first-place relay finish.

EVENT WINNERS:
200 Medley Relay: McKenrick, Zhang, Kevin Doo, Josh Zock – 1:31.37, Pool Record
100 Breast: Zhang – 55.36, Pool Record
200 Fly: Johnny Ellery – 1:50.89
50 Free: Zock – 20.50
1-Meter: Alaimo – 274.05
3-Meter: Alaimo – 280.50
200 Back: McKenrick – 1:51.67
200 Breast: Zhang – 2:01.59
100 Fly: Doo – 48.76
200 IM: McKenrick – 1:51.28

NOTABLE PERFORMANCS:
1000 Free: Ford Blaylock – 9:20.55, Second
100 Back: McKenrick – 50.29, Second
200 Fly: James Bilbrey – 1:52.58, Second; Arthur Fan – 1:52.60, Third
100 Free: Doo – 46.51, Second
100 Fly: Ellery – 49.02, Second
400 Free Relay: Zock, Ellery, Nathan Hein, Doo – 3:04.07, Second

UP NEXT
Army returns to action on Friday in a home dual opposite Columbia slated for 5 p.m. at Crandall Pool.

The Army West Point women’s swimming and diving fell to UConn, 212-88, in a road dual on Saturday afternoon.

Mandolin Nguyen shined for the Black Knights against the Huskies. The freshman claimed a pair of individual event victories, while also grabbing a second-place finish in the 200 IM. She additionally helped the Cadets take second in the 200 medley relay.

EVENT WINNERS:
100 Breast: Nguyen – 1:04.50
200 Breast: Nguyen – 2:20.49

NOTABLE PERFORMANCS:
200 Medley Relay: Lauren Carag, Nguyen, Mia Rankin, Madison Berg – 1:45.72, Second
1000 Free: Kristen Gullickson – 10:23.66, Second
100 Back: Carag – 57.21, Second
200 Fly: Marie Docken – 2:07.11, Second
200 Back: Josephine Marsh – 2:03.18, Second
500 Free: Gullickson – 5:06.16, Second
100 Fly: Whitney Chang – 57.10, Second
200 IM: Nguyen – 2:08.16, Second
400 Free Relay: Brianna Romaine, Jane Bryce, Rankin, Berg – 3:32.95, Second

UP NEXT
Army returns to action on Saturday for a road dual at LIU slated for 2 p.m.

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Yukon Husky
10 months ago

Love seeing the development of UConn’s Juniors. Three wins and three great relay wins from Wroblewski and Dunlap alone! Beyond the juniors, North Hansen’s 1000 win, Kearsey’s 48.5 100 Back, Rowan King, Billy Regan and Jack Muratori‘s performances were huge as well. Understand: Army won this one 199-95 last year so UConn wins this tie. UConn showed some fight this weekend and have a big weekend in Boston Friday/Saturday. They should handle BC but get handled by Duke. Here’s some races UConn will target: 1000: Hansen vs Washert/Driscoll 200: Wroblewski/Jurcik vs Boboff (first 1:38 UConn’s seen) 100 Br: King/Regan vs Reznick/Zucker 100 Ba: Kearsey vs Hartley 50 Fr: Kearsey vs Whalen/Gingrich 200 Ba: Chernysh/Holman vs Hartley/Halloron 500: Wroblewski vs Driscoll… Read more »

Swimmer
Reply to  Yukon Husky
10 months ago

Look at their dual meet results the past couple of years. They rested for this and they rested hard.

Yukon Husky
Reply to  Swimmer
10 months ago

I am looking at their dual meet results. A number of kids were a shade slower here than they were at their Intersquad two weeks ago. If you have any questions, compare these times with Rutgers in five weeks.

MKW
10 months ago

Good to see the UCONN getting local kids like Karl, Alex, North, Billy, Josh, McAlister and Jack