Binghamton scored 82 more points than they did last year, despite the addition of NJIT to America East.
Navy came out ahead in the women’s and men’s meets by convincing margins this year. Another pair of ECAC records fell on the final day of the meet.
UMBC’s Ilia Rattsev and Natalija Marin both earned America East Swimmer of the Week honors, while Vermont’s Emily Murphy was the Diver of the Week.
The Johns Hopkins women won eight events en route to a sweep of UMBC and host Delaware Saturday, while the UMBC men topped the Bluejays and Blue Hens.
Navy’s men’s team won 11 events during its 158-128 win over UMBC and the Navy women’s squad won all 16 events in its 171-115 victory over the Retrievers.
The UMBC men broke 2 Meet Records on Saturday: Alexander Gliese in the 100 back, and the men’s 400 medley relay (which Gliese led off).
The ECU swimming and diving teams wrapped up their dual meet schedule Saturday afternoon with a sweep of the UMBC Retrievers at Minges Natatorium. The Pirate men posted a 194-106 win, while the women earned a 157-143 victory.