Wagner Celebrates Senior Day With Win Over LIU


  • Jan. 25, 2020
  • Hosted by Wagner
  • Short Course Yards
  • Full Results



  1. Wagner 191.5
  2. LIU 95.5


Staten Island, NY – The Wagner College swimming and diving team finished its regular season with a 191.5-95.5 victory over LIU as part of the Seahawks’ Senior Meet at the Spiro Sports Center on Saturday.

Following Saturday’s meet, the Seahawks honored their senior class, consisting of Kelli BostonJenna D’AllegroMakenna DepuydtLauren EmersonEmily MooreKatie Mulcahy, and graduate student Dorian McMenemy.

The Seahawks’ 200 Medley Relay, consisting of Moore, sophomores Ellie Eastwood and Judith Desforges, as well as McMenemy took first in 1:48.63, while  Depuydt, freshman Hannah Muro, junior Madeleine Delore, and Desforges took first in the 200 Free Relay in 1:39.43.

Competing at the Spiro Sports Center for the final time, Depuydt took first in the 100 Free (53.02) ahead of McMenemy (54.85). The duo also finished first in the 50 Free in 24.40 and 24.40, respectively.

Eastwood also earned two individual victories, as the sophomore touched first in the 200 IM (2:10.94) and 100 Breast (1:06.78). Desforges took first place in the 50 Breast in 31.10, while Moore won the 100 Back in 1:00.99.

Freshman Kira Bowling was victorious in the 500 Free (5:12.31), while fellow first-year Seahawk Frederikke Mertins rounded out the day with a victory in the 100 IM (1:01.76).

On the diving board, junior Cara Angelo earned 189.00 points in the 1-meter competition and 171.00 points on the 3-meter board to earn two wins.

This year’s NEC Championship meet will take place from February 19-22 in East Meadow, NY.


STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. – The LIU women’s swim team fell to Wagner on the road in a dual meet Saturday afternoon, 169.5-96.5.

The Sharks opened the sprint-format meet with a second place finish in the 200 medley relay, as Amanda PerenTara CabilingJacqueline Grabowski and Noemie Lacroix-Moreau hit the wall in 1:50.15. Up next was the 500 free, where freshman Reyna Iwamoto took second with a time of 5:14.82.

Peren had the first win of the day for LIU, as she took the top spot in the 50 backstroke, in 27.51, while Cabiling finished second in the 50 breast, in 31.63. Grabowski had another win for LIU, as she out-touched her Seahawk opponent in the 100 butterfly, with a time of 1:00.40, just five tenths of a second faster.

Jeanne Touchette-McGowan gave LIU a second place finish in the 100 back with a time of 1:01.31, while Peren had her second win of the day in the 200 free. The junior won by nearly four seconds, with a time of 1:55.67. And Lacroix-Moreau added one more win to the pile for the Sharks when she took the top spot in the 50 butterfly, in 26.91. Junior Kyleigh Barao wrapped up the individual events with a second place finish in the 100 IM, with a time of 1:02.65.

LIU finished the night with a second place finish in the 200 free relay, as Lydia AmonAmanda San Juan, Touchette-McGowan and Grabowski came in with a time of 1:43. 14.

Up next, LIU hosts CCSU for their final home dual meet, Saturday, February 1 at 1 p.m.

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