Bryant made history last night, becoming the first NEC program to win 5-consecutive team titles.
Central Connecticut State is holding a slim lead in the women’s standings as we head into the final day of NECs, while Bryant has the men’s title locked up.
The Bryant men remain in the lead after three days, while the Central Connecticut women also maintain their lead from day two over the Bulldogs.
After the Bryant women took the lead on day one, the Central Connecticut women roared back with three individual event wins to lead on day two.
Erin Doruska and the Bryant women are seeking a fifth-straight NEC title, but are projected to receive a big challenge from LIU.
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.
The Wildcats won all 16 events as the University of New Hampshire swimming and diving team defeated Central Connecticut, 175-110, on Saturday.Ma
The Blue Devils won 10 events and had three swimmers claim two individual event victories each as CCSU outscored Sacred Heart, 183.5-116.5.
Five women’s programs and three men’s programs battled at the Fairfield Invitational with the Fairfield men and Central Connecticut State women winning.
In their third straight win this season, the Northeastern swimming and diving team’s 147-90 defeat over Central Connecticut State was highlighted by nine first-place finishes.