Williams Earns 2007 Men's Swimming & Diving Championship

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Complete Results

BRUNSWICK, Maine - The Williams College men's swimming and diving team won their fifth-straight New England Small College Athletic Conference Championship on Sunday at Bowdoin College. The Ephs, who dominated all weekend, finished with 1,981.5 points, ahead of second-place Amherst (1,274) and Tufts (1,272).

Williams earned four more individual crowns in Sunday's action, as Steve Spinelli captured his third title of the weekend with a victory in the 1,650-Yard Freestyle event. Multiple winners Rob Hannigan (100-Yard Freestyle) and Tyler Bonewell (200-Yard Breaststroke) both captured events for the Ephs, who also got a victory in the 200-Yard Backstroke from Dave McManic. Williams also captured the lone relay event of the evening, the 400-Yard Freestyle Relay.

Middlebury was responsible for the other two individual winners in the final day of action. Rob Collier earned his third crown of the weekend by capturing the 200-Yard Butterfly in a NESCAC-record time of 1:50.39.  In addition, Brooks Farrar completed his sweep of the diving events by earning a victory in the three-meter competition.

Team Results

1. Williams   1,981.5
2. Amherst   1,274.0
3. Tufts   1,272.0
4. Middlebury   1,148.0
5. Connecticut College   918.5
6. Colby   864.0
7. Wesleyan   766.0
8. Bowdoin   556.0
9. Hamilton   549.0
10. Trinity   409.0
11. Bates   338.0

 

Williams Extends Lead at Men's Swimming & Diving Championship

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Meet Results

Complete Results
Team Scores - Top 24 Individual Scores
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BRUNSWICK, Maine - Four-time defending champion Williams College took a commanding lead after the first day of competition at the 2007 NESCAC Men's Swimming and Diving Championship at Bowdoin College on Friday. The Ephs accumulated 716.5 points on day one, giving them a substantial lead over second-place Amherst (499) and third-place schools Middlebury (474) and Tufts (474).

Williams two individual crowns and both relays on Friday. Norman Scott won the 50-yard butterfly for the Ephs, with Steve Spinelli claiming the 500-yard freestyle race. Williams also finished first in the 200 freestyle relay and 400 medley relay to earn their first-day advantage.

Middlebury had a pair of individual winners as well, as Rob Collier captured the 200-yard individual medley, while rookie Brooks Farrar made a splash with his victory in the one-meter diving competition.

Other winners included Colby's Jabez Dewey in the 50 backstroke, Tufts' Lawrence Chan in the 50 breaststroke and Connecticut College's Grant Moryan in the 50 freestyle.

Action starts back up with Trials at 10:00 a.m. at Greason Pool on Saturday morning.


 

Williams Leads After Day One at Men's Swimming & Diving Championship

Courtesy Bowdoin Sports Information

  Meet Results

Complete Results
Team Scores - Top 24 Individual Scores
Psyche Sheet This symbol indicates that the following documents are PDFs and require Adobe Acrobat to open.   -  Meet Records This symbol indicates that the following documents are PDFs and require Adobe Acrobat to open.

BRUNSWICK, Maine - Four-time defending champion Williams College took a commanding lead after the first day of competition at the 2007 NESCAC Men's Swimming and Diving Championship at Bowdoin College on Friday. The Ephs accumulated 716.5 points on day one, giving them a substantial lead over second-place Amherst (499) and third-place schools Middlebury (474) and Tufts (474).

Williams two individual crowns and both relays on Friday. Norman Scott won the 50-yard butterfly for the Ephs, with Steve Spinelli claiming the 500-yard freestyle race. Williams also finished first in the 200 freestyle relay and 400 medley relay to earn their first-day advantage.

Middlebury had a pair of individual winners as well, as Rob Collier captured the 200-yard individual medley, while rookie Brooks Farrar made a splash with his victory in the one-meter diving competition.

Other winners included Colby's Jabez Dewey in the 50 backstroke, Tufts'
Lawrence Chan in the 50 breaststroke and Connecticut College's Grant Moryan in the 50 freestyle.

Action starts back up with Trials at 10:00 a.m. at Greason Pool on Saturday morning.