Bryant vs. BostonCollege
- Oct. 11, 2019
- Smithfield, Rhode Island
- Men: Boston College 177-121
- Women: Boston College 194-106
Courtesy: Boston College Athletics
SMITHFIELD, R.I. — The Boston College swim and dive team took their second straight overall win this weekend as both the men’s and women’s teams topped Bryant on the road. The women won with 194 total points to Bryant’s 106 while the men combined for 177 to Bryant’s 121.
– Freshmen Lindsey Ryalls and Nicole Barkemeyer were amongst the multi-event winners, with Ryalls taking first in the 1000 freestyle (10:33.57) and 500 freestyle (5:08.93) while Barkemeyer finished in the top spot of the 100 backstroke (58.19) and 200 backstroke (2:04.44).
– Three Eagles took the sweep of the top three finishes in the 200 butterfly: Victoria Lin (2:07.89), Isabel Blaze (2:10.70) and Mary Kate Gannon (2:11.65).
– Dolan also finished first in the 50 freestyle with a time of 24.02 while Gannon (58.10) and Lin (58.18) placed first and second in the 100 butterfly.
– Ellie Uhl (244.20 points) and Mackenna Buchanan (241.50 points) took the top two spots in the one-meter dive.
– Alexa Lantin (2:23.63) and Anna Milia (2:25.51) earned first and second place, respectively, in the 200 breaststroke.
– The team of Ashleigh Scott, Ali Kea, Lauren Quinn and Sofia Zinis claimed the Bryant pool record in the 400 freestyle relay with a combined finish of 3:32.15.
– Newcomers Zachary Szmania (1000 freestyle, 500 freestyle), Matt Szekely (100 butterfly, 200 freestyle) and Dale Nickerson (one- and three-meter dives) were each multi-event winners.
– Damion Geoghegan Ribeiro placed first in the 50 freestyle, finishing in 21.64.
– Michael Hinton earned the top spot in the 100 freestyle with a time of 47.84.
– The team of Hinton, Zander Santana, Sam Roche and Max Threlkeld combined for a first-place finish in the 400 freestyle relay with a final time of 3:08.98.
The Eagles continue their road stretch with trips to Baltimore and Washington D.C. this weekend, as they take on both Loyola Maryland and George Washington University.
Courtesy: Bryant Athletics
SMITHFIELD, R.I. – The Bryant University men’s swimming and diving team fell to Boston College, 177-121, in its first dual meet on Friday night.
- The 200 medley relay team of Matthew Mays (St. Croix, Virgin Islands), Fu Kang (Johor, Malaysia), Dom Scifo (Ipswich, Great Britain) and Andrew Allen (Bedford, N.H.) opened the meet with a victory. They posted a time of 1:32.90.
- Mays went on to post individual victories in the 100 back (50.82), 200 back (1:50.85) and the 200 IM (1:54.28).
- Kang went on to win the 100 breast (55.09) and the 200 breast (2:04.92) in his first meet with the Black and Gold.
- Matthew Mastroianni (Glastonbury, Conn.) finished second in both the 100 free (47.88) and 200 free (1:45.55).
- Bryant also received second-place finishes from Zach DiGiaro (Middletown, N.J.) in the 200 fly, Allen in the 50 free, Scifo in the 100 fly and Robert Davis (Glastonbury, Conn.) in the 500 free.
- On the boards, Benjamin Prouty (East Lyme, Conn.) and Drew Arnold (South Windsor, Conn.) finished 2-3 in the 1-meter dive.
Zach Vogel (South Easton, Mass.) finished second in the 3-meter with a score of 249.83.
The Bryant University women’s swimming and diving team fell to Boston College, 194-106, in its first meet of the season on Friday night.
- Junior Heather Wong (Ramsey, N.J.) picked up a victory in the 100 breast, posting a winning time of 1:06.59.
- Classmate Alexa Rivera (Boynton Beach, Fla.) added a first-place finish in the 200 IM with a time of 2:08.60. She also finished second in the 100 free with a time of 52.61.
- Junior Gabrielle Ritzer (Sutton, Mass.) posted a first-place finish in the 3-meter dive, posting a score of 251.63.
- Freshman Erin Doruska (Ankeny, Iowa) claimed her first collegiate victory, winning the 200 free with a time of 1:54.84.
- Two other freshmen also had strong performances in their first collegiate meet as Reetta Kanervo (Oulu, Finland) finished second in the 50 free and Kyri Chambo (Highlands Ranch, Colo.) finished third in the 1-meter dive.
- Senior Alaina Scifo (Ipswich, Great Britain) and Alyssa DiFiore (Wethersfield, Conn.) both added a second-place finish on the night.
The Bulldogs continue their season-opening three-game home stretch next Friday night when they host Providence College.