Stewart Wins Double in NC State’s Senior Day Win Over Duke


  • Jan. 18, 2020
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  1. NC State
  2. Duke


  1. NC State 191
  2. Duke 104

After beating UNC on Friday, NC State took on another ACC rival. This meet against Duke was their senior day at home. The Wolfpack had 6 swimmers win multiple individual events.

One of those swimmers was NCAA Champion Coleman Stewart, who battled teammate Noah Hensley in the 200 free, winning 1:38.37 to 1:38.75. Stewart returned to win the 100 fly, dominating in 47.19. Last season, he was the NCAA runner-up in that event.

Makayla Sargent was one of the top performers on the women’s side of the meet, winning an individual triple. She got things started with a 9:50.14 in the 1000 free, winning by nearly 20 seconds. Shortly after, she was the only woman under 2:00 as she won the 200 fly (1:59.81). Sargent closed out her schedule with a 400 IM win, leading from start to finish in 4:12.10.


RALEIGH – The NC State men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams swept their second meet in as many days as they closed out their home slate against Duke on Saturday at the Willis R. Casey Aquatic Center.

The Wolfpack men outscored the Blue Devils 191-104, and the women defeated Duke 181-116. NC State got out to a quick start, capturing first-place honors in the first 12 events of the meet.

The Pack swept a total of nine events on the day: men’s 1000-yard freestyle, women’s 1000-yard freestyle, men’s 200-yard freestyle, men’s 200-yard butterfly, men’s 200-yard backstroke, women’s 200-yard backstroke, men’s 500-yard freestyle, men’s 100-yard butterfly and the women’s 400-yard individual medley.

Individually, NC State had six multi-event winners: James BradyMakayla SargentJulia PooleEric KnowlesColeman Stewart, and Rafal Kusto. Sargent collected three titles on the day.

The NC State men swept both distance freestyle events. Knowles (9:03.91) took top honors in the 1000-yard freestyle, and Ross Dant took the top honor in the 500-yard freestyle (4:27.82). The women joined in the 1,000-yard freestyle sweep as Makayla Sargent (9:50.14) led the way for the Pack. Mackenzie Glover (10:08.37) and Abby Kriegler (10:15.04) rounded out the event for the team.

In the 200-yard backstroke, the men’s and women’s teams were the top-three finishers in both events. Emma Muzzy (1:56.77) and Jacob Johnson (1:47.22) earned first place in the event.

The women concluded the individual events with an impressive sweep of the 400-yard individual medley. Sargent touched the wall in 4:12.10, with teammates Muzzy (4:17.36) and Jessica Horomanski (4:24.53) finishing the sweep.

Madeline Kline and Brady wrapped up their home diving careers with first-place finishes at the Willis R. Casey Aquatic Center. With a 287.70 mark, Kline claimed the top spot on the three-meter board. Brady swept the diving events, posting scores of 327.23 and 348.53 on the one-meter and three-meter boards respectively.

“Today was a celebration for our seniors and their careers with us, but it’s tough to say goodbye,” said head swimming coach Braden Holloway. “It’s a tough day to know that I’m not going to have them anymore, but I’m proud of them. They are leaving this program better than where they found it, and they are great individuals. It’s happy, but it’s tough.”

“There was some good stuff, there was some ugly, stuff and there was some sneaky stuff, but I supposed at the end of the day a win is a win, no matter how you get it,” said head coach Yahya Radman. “I’m really pleased to see how some of our younger kids stepped up when they needed to, but there is also some more work that needs to be done for this homestretch. We now have four weeks to prepare our lists, and set our mental game right. It was a very emotional day to see the class that I recruited for the first time dive in their final home meet.”

The No. 6/6 NC State swimming and diving teams head to Charlottesville, Va., to take on No.15/3 Virginia on Friday, Jan. 24 at 4 p.m.


  • One-meter: Madeline Kline (3rd place – 278.18)
  • 200 medley relay: Berkoff, Shumate, Rowe, Perry (1st place – 1:39.41)
  • 1,000 freestyle: Makayla Sargent (1st place – 9:50.14)
  • 200 freestyle: Julia Poole (1st place – 1:45.16)
  • 100 backstroke: Katharine Berkoff (1st place – 53.24)
  • 100 breaststroke: Heather MacCausland (1st – 1:02.73)
  • 200 butterfly: Makayla Sargent (1st – 1:59.81)
  • 50 freestyle: Ky-Lee Perry (2nd place – 22.68)
  • 100 freestyle: Ky-Lee Perry (1st place – 49.39)
  • Three-meter: Madeline Kline (1st place – 287.70)
  • 200 backstroke: Emma Muzzy (1st place – 1:56.77)
  • 200 breaststroke: Julia Poole (1st place – 2:14.70)
  • 500 freestyle: Brooke Rubendall (1st place – 4:55.33)
  • 100 butterfly: Kylie Jordan (2nd place – 54.23)
  • 400 IM: Makayla Sargent (1st place – 4:12.10)
  • 200 free relay: Berkoff, Perry, Rowe, MacCausland (EXH – 1:31.17)


  • Three-meter: James Brady (1st place – 348.53)
  • 200 medley relay: Stewart, Kusto, Sobolewski, Tapp (1st place – 1:27.17)
  • 1,000 freestyle: Eric Knowles (1st place – 9:03.91)
  • 200 freestyle: Coleman Stewart (1st place – 1:38.37)
  • 100 backstroke: Mark McGlaughlin (1st place – 49.22)
  • 100 breaststroke: Rafal Kusto (1st place – 56.22)
  • 200 butterfly: Zach Brown (1st place – 1:47.51)
  • 50 freestyle: Luke Sobolewski (3rd– 20.92)
  • 100 freestyle: Hunter Tapp (2nd place – 44.83)
  • One-meter: James Brady (1st place – 327.23)
  • 200 backstroke: Jacob Johnson (1st place – 1:47.22)
  • 200 breaststroke: Rafal Kusto (1st place – 2:01.75)
  • 500 freestyle: Ross Dant (1st place – 4:27.82)
  • 100 butterfly: Coleman Stewart (1st place – 47.19)
  • 400 IM: Eric Knowles (1st place – 3:52.76)
  • 200 free relay: Rice, McGlaughlin, Johnson, Gregory (EXH – 1:22.16)


RALEIGH, N.C. – The 25th/20th-ranked Duke swimming and diving program came up short in a dual meet at No. 6/6 NC State on Saturday afternoon at the Willis R. Casey Natatorium in Raleigh. The women dropped a 116-181 decision while the men fell 104-191.

“We knew coming in that NC State is a premier program, men and women,” Duke head coach Dan Colella said. “We want to learn from the experience and make sure that it doesn’t happen in the future whether it is this season or next season. There are always takeaways but right now I know that we have done a lot of great work this season and its time to start preparing for ACCs and NCAAs.”

Duke garnered a bit of momentum before the first diving break when the Blue Devils swept the 50 free. Alyssa Marsh started it off for Duke topping the women’s side with a time of 22.64. Senior Miles Williams and freshman Charlie Gingrich tag-teamed the men’s event to first (20.24) and second (20.84).

Williams continued the movement after the break, posting his second individual win of the day with a 44.36 in the 100 freestyle.

Later in the meet, Marsh led the Blue Devils to sweep the top three spots in the 100 butterfly. The Davidson, N.C., native topped the side in 53.37. Senior Kylie Jordan and freshman Sarah Snyder completed the sweep with times of 54.23 and 56.01, respectively.

Freshman Kate Mullin led Duke on the boards. Mullin, out of Wellesley, Mass., notched a career-best score of 293.78 in the one-meter event to place first and rise to sixth in Duke’s all-time lists. Redshirt senior Lizzie Fitzpatrick was not far behind, finishing in second (282.23).

“The North Carolina meet will be very exciting,” Colella continued. “I know this group will be up for that. Our seniors have been instrumental in helping this program go to new heights. We would love to have a great celebration and competition that day to send them off in style for what they have contributed to the program over the past four years.”

The Blue Devils return to Taishoff Aquatics Pavilion on Saturday, Feb. 1, for Duke’s Senior Meet against No. 22/16 North Carolina. The meet will begin at noon.

Team Scores:
#20 Duke Women 172, Queens Women 89
#25 Duke Men 147, Queens Men 115

Top Duke Finishers by Event:
Men’s One-Meter Diving: Nathaniel Hernandez (2nd), 317.40
Women’s Three-Meter Diving: Ellie Winslow (2nd), 268.80
Men’s Three-Meter Diving: Harel Anolick (3rd), 289.73
Women’s One-Meter Diving: Kate Mullin (1st), 293.78
Women’s 200-Yard Medley Relay: Emma Shuppert, Kayle ParkAlyssa Marsh, Shayna Hollander (2nd), 1:40.16
Men’s 200-Yard Medley Relay: Nathaniel HartleyCole ReznickCharlie GingrichMiles Williams (2nd), 1:29.14
Women’s, 1000-Yard Freestyle: Brittany Kampfer (4th), 10:16.33
Men’s 1000-Yard Freestyle: Brendan Driscoll (4th), 9:21.82
Women’s 200-Yard Freestyle: Quinn Scannell (3rd), 1:50.95
Men’s 200-Yard Freestyle: Miles Williams (4th), 1:41.26
Women’s 100-Yard Backstroke: Emma Shuppert (3rd), 54.96
Men’s 100-Yard Backstroke: Nathaniel Hartley (2nd), 50.00
Women’s 100-Yard Breaststroke: Kayle Park (3rd), 1:03.96
Men’s 100-Yard Breaststroke: Cole Reznick (3rd), 57.09
Women’s 200-Yard Butterfly: Cabell Ann Whitlow (3rd), 2:02.18
Men’s 200-Yard Butterfly: Daichi Matsuda (4th), 1:52.90
Women’s 50-Yard Freestyle: Alyssa Marsh (1st), 22.64
Men’s 50-Yard Freestyle: Miles Williams (1st), 20.24
Women’s 100-Yard Freestyle:  Quinn Scannell (3rd), 51.38
Men’s 100-Yard Freestyle: Miles Williams (1st), 44.36
Women’s 200-Yard Backstroke: Emma Shuppert (4th), 2:02.92
Men’s 200-Yard Backstroke: David Hallaron (5th), 1:50.97
Women’s 200-Yard Breaststroke: Kayle Park (3rd), 2:17.80
Men’s 200-Yard Breaststroke: Cole Reznick (3rd), 2:05.36
Women’s 500-Yard Freestyle: Brittany Kampfer (2nd), 5:00.44
Men’s 500-Yard Freestyle: Spencer LaFata (4th), 4:39.21
Women’s 100-Yard Butterfly: Alyssa Marsh (1st), 53.37
Men’s 100-Yard Butterfly: Matthew Whelan (4th), 48.37
Women’s 400-Yard Individual Medley: Cabell Ann Whitlow (4th), 4:28.18
Men’s 400-Yard Individual Medley: Daichi Matsuda (1st), 4:05.02
Women’s 200-Yard Freestyle Relay: Marsh, Sarah SnyderQuinn ScannellShayna Hollander (1st), 1:32.69
Men’s 200-Yard Freestyle Relay: Miles WilliamsCharlie GingrichNathaniel HartleyColeman Kredich (1st), 1:21.48

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