Towson Sweeps Loyola Maryland In Final Dual Meet

Meet Results

  • January 24, 2018
  • Baltimore, Maryland
  • Score
    • WOMEN: Towson 179, Loyola Maryland 114
    • MEN: Towson 161, Loyola Maryland 132

Press Release

Courtesy of Towson Athletics

WOMEN: Led by sophomore Annemarie Schnoor who was a double winner in the 100 and 200-yard freestyle, the Towson University women’s swimming and diving team won 14 out of 16 events en route to a 179-114 victory over local rival Loyola Maryland on Wednesday at Mangione Pool.

Schnoor was one of nine different Tigers who picked up a win, including junior Emily Wilson who swept the 1 and 3-meter diving events. Wilson’s score of 285.60 on the 3-meter board was enough to qualify her for the 2018 Division I Women’s Zone Diving Championships.

How it Happened

  • Schnoor won the 100 free in 52.93 seconds and the 200 free in 1:56.91. Junior Ryan Ulrich was second in the 100 free in 53.42 seconds while sophomore Meghan Jones was second in the 200 with a time of 1:57.22.
  • Ulrich was also part of the 200-yard medley and 200-yard freestyle relay teams that finished first, joining Schnoor, sophomore Sarah-Margaret Locke and senior Kendall Krumenacker in the 200 free relay.
  • Jones touched the wall first in the 200-yard backstroke with a time of 2:04.53.
  • Locke came in first in the 100-yard butterfly in 57.47 seconds, just ahead of junior Tara Goss who finished in 57.94 seconds.
  • Senior Caitlin Manthe finished first in the 50-yard freestyle in 24.35 seconds and joined Ulrich, junior Haley Sutton and sophomore Jacki Schoening on the first-place 200 medley relay team.
  • Sutton took first in the 100-yard backstroke in 59.08 seconds while Krumenacker was second in 56.91 seconds.
  • Locke, Ulrich, Schnoor and Krumenacker finished first in the 200 free relay.
  • Junior Danielle Clark took home first in the 500-yard freestyle and finished second in the 1,000 behind freshman Karlee Carminati.
  • Sophomore Megan Cowan finished first in the 200-yard butterfly, followed by Locke and junior Tasha Reidenbach as the Tigers went 1-2-3. Towson also went 1-2-3 in the 200-yard individual medley led by freshman Kasey Gamache, Cowan and Krumenacker while Schnoor, Jones, Ulrich and freshman Alex Diacumakos swept the top four spots in the 200 free.

Up Next

  • Towson returns to action on Friday, February 2 at the Virginia Tech Invitational.

MEN: Towson University men’s swimming and diving junior Jack Saunderson posted an NCAA B cut time in the 200-yard butterfly while junior Evan Brophy was a two-time winner as the Tigers posted a 161-132 victory over local rival Loyola Maryland on Wednesday at Mangione Pool.

Towson posted wins in 12 of the 16 events, including 1-meter diving where reigning CAA Diver of the Week, freshman Will Canny, took home first with a score of 264.45.

How it Happened

  • Saunderson won the 200 fly with a time of 1:47.35 while finishing second in the 500-yard freestyle. He was also a member of the victorious 200-yard medley relay and 400-yard freestyle relay teams.
  • Brophy won the 500 free in a time of 4:44.82 and captured the 1,000-yard freestyle with a mark of 9:38.68, just ahead of senior Matt Sieffert. The Tigers finished 1-2-3-4 in the 500 free and 1-2-3 in the 1,000.
  • Sieffert touched the wall first in the 200-yard backstroke in 1:55.99 while junior Zach Bishop won the 100-yard backstroke in 52.29 seconds. Bishop was also second in the 100-yard butterfly.
  • Senior Nick Essing won the 100-yard freestyle while sophomore Matt Essing won the 50-yard freestyle. Junior Aaron Magazine took home first in the 200-yard freestyle.
  • Sophomore Ryan O’Leary finished second in both the 100 and 200-yard breaststroke while teaming with Saunderson, Nick Essing and sophomore Owen Robinson to finish first in the 200-yard medley relay.
  • Senior Colin Roddy finished first in the 200-yard individual medley and second in the 200 back.
  •  Canny also finished second in 3-meter diving.

Up Next

  • Towson returns to action on Friday, February 2 at the Virginia Tech Invitational.

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