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Georgetown Males, Villanova Girls Take Over Leads


2024 BIG EAST SWIMMING & DIVING CHAMPIONSHIPS

  • February 28 – March 2, 2024
  • IUPUI Natatorium, Indianapolis, Ind.
  • SCY (25 yards)
  • Defending Champions:
    • Girls: Villanova (10x)
    • Males: Georgetown (2x)
  • Championship Central
  • Groups: Butler (girls), Georgetown, Windfall, Seton Corridor, UConn (girls), Villanova, Xavier
  • Reside Outcomes
  • Day 1 Recap

WOMEN’S RECAP

The UConn girls had a giant lead, aided by diving, after evening 1 however Villanova took over by the top of evening 2. Villanova senior Audrey Pastorek received the 200 IM in a 1:59.20 and was the one swimmer underneath the 2-minute mark. That was her first time underneath the two:00 mark as her earlier greatest was a 2:00.18 that she swam to win the occasion a 12 months in the past. Georgetown notably had three A finalists and went 2-3 within the occasion.

Villanova additionally picked up a win within the 200 free relay as they battled it out with Xavier. Xavier’s Olivia Oyster led off in a 22.88 to steer on the first alternate however Villanova led the remainder of the race. Villanova’s relay of Carlota Colomer, Lainey Quinones, Molly Benson, and Lauryn Johnson received in a 1:32.36 as Xavier touched in a 1:32.38.

Oyster of Xavier picked up a person win on the evening as she received the 50 free in a 22.61, profitable by over three-tenths. Oyster had by no means been underneath 23.00 previous to as we speak. Villanova freshman Colomer was 2nd in a 22.99.

After ending 2nd within the 500 free final 12 months and profitable the 1650 free, Allie Waggoner of Seton Corridor received the five hundred free on evening one in a 4:47.52 to win by a second and a half forward of Villanova’s Molly Benson (4:49.22).

  1. Villanova College 503
  2. College of Connecticut 486.5
  3. Georgetown College 412.5
  4. Xavier College 349.5
  5. Seton Corridor College 344
  6. Butler College 222.5
  7. Windfall School 133

MEN’S RECAP

The Xavier males got here into the evening with a lead however Georgetown took over by 41 factors by the top of the evening. Jack Januario of Georgetown kicked off the evening with a win within the 500 free touching in a 4:22.43. Januario and 2nd place finisher Sean Vizzard of Seton Corridor (4:23.01) used a robust closing 100 to cross Villanova’s Charlie Hinckley who had a lead many of the race.

Xavier had a robust displaying within the 200 IM with 4 ‘A’ finalists however Villnova’s Nolan Danus earned the win in a 1:46.87 to win by over a second. Danus was fifth within the occasion final 12 months in a greatest time of a 1:48.20.

Just like the 200 IM, Xavier had 4 males within the 50 free A closing however it was Windfall’s Will Layden who earned the win as he touched in a 19.66 setting a brand new faculty file. Layden was the one swimmer underneath the 20-second mark and earned the NCAA ‘B’ lower, changing into the primary Windfall swimmer to ever earn a B lower.

After inserting 4 within the ‘A’ closing of the 50 free, the Xavier males teamed as much as win the 200 free relay in a 1:20.10. The group consisted of CJ Sorensen, Ethan Saunders, Matt Adanin, and Gage Hannewyk. Windfall was 2nd in a 1:20.85 as Layden had an enormous 19.15 anchor break up to cross Georgetown, Seton Corridor, and Villanova on the ultimate 50.

Georgetown picked up key factors on the boys’s 3 meter diving with 5 ‘A’ finalists. Out of the ten complete divers, 5 have been for Georgetown, three have been for Seton Corridor, and two for Villanova.

  1. Georgetown College 304
  2. Xavier College 263
  3. Seton Corridor College 210
  4. Villanova College 192
  5. Windfall School 122



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