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.
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.
On Senior Day, the Bryant men and women defeated Marist. Mays, FuKang Wong, Leo Luna, Reagan Lord, Laurel Carey, and Sammi Grenon all won multiple events.
He will arrive on campus with times that will have the potential to score in the A-final of the Northeast Conference Championships.
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.
Additionally, Bryant’s Calvin Groenewold and LIU’s Daniel Chocano Fernández shared Men’s Rookie of the Week honors.
Monmouth’s Callan Smith blew away the MAAC Record in the 200 back by over a second, out-swimming 2019 champion and former record holder Matthew Mays of Bryant
Freshman Matt Lequang won the 500 free, posting his first best time in the event since 2018. His winning time of 4:25.94 was a best by a second and a half.
The Rider women opened the 2020 MAAC Championships with a new MAAC Record, taking down the 200 medley relay record by over a second.
Bryant’s Matthew Mays, Marist’s Juliet Nowak, and Rider teammates Dillon Walles and Meg Tomayko have been earned the MAAC’s Weekly Awards.
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.