The host Williams Ephs set a pool record to win the 800 freestyle relay to open the 2020 NESCAC Men’s Swimming & Diving Championship at Samuelson-Muir Pool.
A pair of men’s relay records fell for Franklin & Marshall in the 200 medley and Swarthmore in the 800 free.
The Calvin women won two events on Day 2, including taking the title in the 200 free relay with an NCAA ‘B’ cut time of 1:35.04.
Ithaca junior Stan Zanesky was a standout on Day 2, winning the 200 free (1:41.50) and leading off the 200 free relay in a ‘B’ cut time of 20.48.
On the men’s side, Pomona-Pitzer leads the nine-team championship with 224 points, while the women lead by just one point over Claremont-Mudd-Scripps.
The Engineers claimed gold in the 800 free relay with a NEWMAC meet, NEWMAC open and pool record time.
Defending men’s and women’s champion Carthage ended the day’s competition in first place following Thursday’s finals of the 2020 CCIW Championships.
Geneseo won four men’s races and took home five women’s titles while Cortland swept the 500 freestyle races.
IM specialist Esme Blackstock has committed to swim for Tufts University beginning in fall 2020. She will be joining the school’s class of 2024.
Distance and IM swimmer Amy Townend has committed to swim for Bates College beginning in fall 2020. Townend will be joining the Bobcats’ class of 2024.
Anika Rubocki, a swimmer from Idaho, has committed to swim for Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine. She will begin her college swimming career in fall 2020.
Sprinter Dylan Weisenauer has committed to swim for the Ashland University Eagles beginning fall 2020. He will be joining the school’s class of 2024.
The Geneseo men’s 800 freestyle relay team of Mitchell Phelps, Sam Matthews, Sean McClellan and Harry Harkins broke the SUNYAC meet record in 6:50.94.
The Hope men’s relay of Bailey Smith, Dan Clyde, Gabe Boonstra, and Daniel Keith touched in 6:42.17 for a new MIAA record.
First-year Abbie Santos rolled to a decisive win in the 200-yard individual medley as the Nazareth women lead Hartwick by 70 points through Day 1.