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Six Golds, Two NCAA B-Cuts Headline Penultimate Day of NEC's

Six Golds, Two NCAA B-Cuts Headline Penultimate Day of NEC's

GENEVA, OH- The Bryant swim and dive teams took home six gold medals on Day 4 of the NEC Championships, including meet records from Reagan Lord, Ben Prouty and the men's 400 medley relay team. Lord and FuKang Wong also set NCAA B-Cut times in the 100 back and 100 breast.

Meet Info

NEC Championships

Spire Institute (Geneva, OH)

Video: NEC Front Row

Live Results: Hy-Tek Meet Manager


Notes and Notables (Men)

  • Wong's 53.96 in the 100 breast set an NCAA B-Cut time of 53.96 on his way to winning gold. Calvin Groeneowld won bronze at 55.25.

  • Freshman Andrew Gamper won gold in the 200 fly for his first career medal. Jake Williams won bronze for the Bulldogs.

  • Matthew Mays and Griffin Lajoie brought home another 1-3 finish in the 100 back. Mays hit the wall at 48.17, with Lajoie coming in at 48.46.

  • Ben Prouty won the men's fourth gold of the night and swept the men's diving events with an NEC record 251.20. Drew Arnold won bronze with a 233.40.

  • The 400 medley relay team of Wong, Mays, Lajoie, and Dom Scifo won gold with an NEC record time of 3:16.99.

Notes and Notables (Women)

  • Reagan Lord won her first career individual medal in the 100 back. Her time of 53.31 set Bryant and NEC records and was under the NCAA B-Cut time.

  • Sammi Grenon won silver and set a new school record in the 200 fly with a time of 2:03.56. Sara Gendron came fourth, also breaking the old Bryant record.


Men's Team Standings

1. Bryant 719.5

2. Howard 471

3. LIU 424.5

4. St. Francis Brooklyn 326

5. Mount St. Mary's 308

6. Wagner 154

Women's Team Standings

1. Central Connecticut 521

2. Bryant 498

3. LIU 327.5

4. Wagner 303

5. Sacred Heart 257.5

6. Saint Francis U 220

7. Howard 193

8. Mount St. Mary's 127

9. St. Francis Brooklyn 119

10. Merrimack 56