Farina is the son of head coach, Ron Farina, who has been at the helm of the Highlanders since he took over the program in the fall of 2022.
NJIT’s victory pushes the team 4-1 in the series against Monmouth, after the team lost against Monmouth in 2020, the last time the two competed.
Villanova narrowly defeated NJIT in the latter team’s home opener on Friday. This was Villanova’s first win of the season.
The NJIT men continued their exceptional start to the 2019-20 season on Friday evening, defeating the Providence College Friars 156.5-134.5.
The NJIT men posted a clean sweep of its dual meet matchups at the Highlander Invitational, while Saint Francis (PA) did so on the women’s side.
The NJIT men’s swimming & diving team took part in its final dual meet before the CCSA Championships, defeating the Monmouth University Hawks 151-137 on Saturday afternoon.
New Jersey Institute of Technology claimed its third-straight Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) Men’s Swimming and Diving Winter Championships on Sunday, Dec. 2 with a more than 300-point margin over Monmouth University, 1,635 to 1,306.
Ron Farina, a veteran coach with 18 years coaching experience at the Division I level will lead the NJIT men’s swimming and diving program in 2018-19.
Press Release courtesy of Lafayette Athletics. Lafayette swimming and diving head coach Jim Dailey has made a significant addition to his coaching…