After winning this year’s NEC team title, Bryant has become just the 3rd school in conference history to 4 consecutive titles.
Bryant is holding on to the lead in the women’s meet, heading into the final day of competition leading Central Connecticut State by 87.5 points.
Underclassmen had a field day at the meet, scoring crucial points for their teams.
Long Island University captain Amanda Peren broke the NEC Record in the 200 IM by a second-and-a-half on Thursday evening.
Alexa Rivera was named NEC Swimmer of the Week, Kyri Chambo was named Diver of the Week and Erin Doruska was awarded Freshman of the Week honors.
The Bryant women’s swimming and diving team earned a decisive 222-72 victory over Iona, while the men won 175-119 as FuKang Wong set two pool records.
The Bryant University men’s swimming and diving team earned a 189-109 victory over Providence, while the women topped the Friars 221-78.
Boston College spoiled Bryant’s season-opener by sweeping the Bulldogs on Friday. The Eagles won 177-121 on the men’s side and 194-106 on the women’s side.
Bryant senior Jillian Rice was named the Swimmer of the Meet after winning the 50, 100, and 200 yard freestyles.
The Bryant Bulldogs haven’t lost yet this week at the Nassau County Aquatic Center.
The Bryant University women’s swimming and diving team closed the dual meet season in dominating fashion on Wednesday with a 201-99 victory over the University of Rhode Island.
The Bryant University women’s swimming and diving team picked up a 191-109 victory over Marist on Senior Day at the Chace Athletic Center Pool. The Red Foxes spoiled the day for the Bulldog men 164-136.
Continuing its dominant season, the Boston University men’s swimming & diving team trounced Bryant, 167-130, while the women continued their late-season dominance in dual meets as it came away with a 174.5-118.8 win
Bryant takes home its first conference record in program history.
After a great showing against Northeast Conference powers Wagner and Central Connecticut this weekend in Staten Island, junior Kelci Abernethy (Chandler, Ariz.) and freshman Alexa Rivera (Boynton Beach, Fla.) were honored with NEC Weekly honors, the conference announced Tuesday.