- Hosted by Tufts
- January 18, 2017
- Women: Boston College 237.5, Tufts 119.5
- Men: Boston College 218, Tufts 139
Courtesy of Boston College Athletics
- Ina Elcott, Taylor Covington, Victoria Lin and Grace Kunkel took first in the 200 yd. medleyy relay with a final time of 1:50.97.
- Freshman Kristina Fecarotta took first in the 200 yd. freestyle with a time of 1:59.19, beating the second place Tufts finisher by just .01 seconds. Erika Freeman and Lauren Quinn followed in third and fourth clocking in at 1:59.31 and 1:59.92.
- Anthony Richardson placed first in the 200 yd. freestyle (1:40.19) and the 500 yd. freestyle (4:40.51) setting two new Hamilton Pool records. Michael Hinton followed Richardson for second in the 200 yd. freestyle with 1:44.87.
- Freshman Taylor Covington came in second place in the 100 yd. breaststroke with a time of 1:08.73, only .6 seconds behind the first place finisher from Tufts.
- The men swept the 100 yd. breaststroke with McKenzie Cole in first (59.79), Billy Miller in second (1:00.97), Sami Fares in third (1:01.64) and Charles Kleinsmith in fourth (1:02.00).
- Sophomore Julie Dobson took first in the 50 yd. freestyle with a time of 25.16, followed closely by Senior Grace Kunkel with a time of 25.34.
- Senior Madeline Mailliard tok first place in the 200 yd. backstroke with a time of 2:08.31 and in the 100 yd. backstroke with a time of 59.88.
- The women swept the 50 yd. backstroke with Ina Elcott in first (21.97), Caroline Quindelin in second (28.02) and Victoria Lin in third (28.04).
- Taylor Cortens set a new BC school record and Hamilton Pool record in the 100 yd. IM with a time of 52.84. Cortens and Lucas Saliba took first and second in the 200 yd. backstroke, clocking in at 2:08.68 and 2:15.52.
- Colin Derdeyn placed first in the 100 Yard Butterfly (51.93) and set a new Hamilton Pool record in the 50 Yard Butterfly (23.10)
- McKenzie Cole placed first in the 100 Yard Breaststroke (59.79) and set a new Hamilton Pool record in the 50 Yard Breaststroke (26.65).
- Cecilia O’Reilly finished first in women’s 1M diving with a score of 260, edging out Gabby Taghian by .1 point.
- Corinne Larkin finished first in women’s 3M diving with a score of 249, edging out Gabby Taghian by .1 point.
- Cole Malatesta finished first in the men’s 3M diving with a score of 357 while Jack McCarthy finished 3rd with a career best of 303
The men’s team will compete at Harvard University on Saturday January 21st.