Release: February 28, 2010
swimming & diving competes in the final day of the America
East Conference Championship
Slesnick had the best finish of the final day for Binghamton,
touching second in the 1650 free (15:53.71). In the 200 fly,
Saccurato finished in sixth place (1:54.24). Also for the
men, junior Jason
Chen placed sixth in the 200 back (1:51.39), just ahead of
freshman teammate David
Gleason (1:52.10) who finished seventh.
In the 400 free relay, the Binghamton men placed third and the women touched in fourth place.
"I don't think we could have swum any better. We are proving to be a top team on both sides. We've been performing up to my expectations," said head coach Sean Clark. "We swam awesome. We're a little disappointed we didn't catch Stony Brook on the women's side, but we sure made a valiant effort. I'm so incredibly proud of my team."
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