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Bulldogs Win Eight Medals, Three Golds on Day 2

Bulldogs Win Eight Medals, Three Golds on Day 2

GENEVA, OH- The Bryant swimming and diving teams took home eight medals on Day 2 of the NEC Championships, including golds in the final three events. The Bulldogs swept the 200 medley relays, and Benjamin Prouty won the team's first individual medal in the three meter dive. The men sit atop the standings after two days, while the women are in second place.


Meet Info

NEC Championships

Spire Institute (Geneva, OH)

Video: NEC Front Row

Live Results: Hy-Tek Meet Manager

Notes and Notables (Men)

Notes and Notables (Women)

  • The 200 medley relay team capped off the night with a gold. Alyvia Beaudion, Laurel Carey, Reagan Lord, and Julia Stenhard combined for a 1:41.78.

  • Elin Svard won 200 IM bronze in a photo finish, tying with Sacred Heart's Nicole Tingle at 2:06.95.

  • Laurel Carey finished third in the 50 free, earning bronze with a time of 23.56.

  • Natalia Kuipers and Erin Doruska (500 free) also scored points on the women's side.


Men's Team Standings

1. Bryant 307

2. Howard 197

3. LIU 146

4. St. Francis Brooklyn 133

5. Mount St. Mary's 103

6. Wagner 67

Women's Team Standings

1. Central Connecticut State 213

2. Bryant 161.5

3. Wagner 112

4. LIU 109

5. Howard 95

6. Saint Francis U 87

7. Sacred Heart 79.5

8. St. Francis Brooklyn 60

9. Mount St. Mary's 56

10. Merrimack 28