For Immediate Release: February 26, 2010
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Binghamton swimming & diving competes in day three of the America East Conference Championship
Sophomore Nolan Slesnick snags a third place finish in the 100 fly

[Day three results...]
[Day one recap...]
[Day two recap...]

[Championship event schedule...]
[Championship Central...]

BOSTON, Mass. -- The Binghamton swimming and diving teams splashed their way to the end of day three of the America East Conference Championships at the Boston University Aquatic Center. After 27 events, the men's team sits in third with 439 points, behind America East powerhouses Boston University (555.5) and run-away leader UMBC (650.5). The women slip to sixth place with 216.5 points and are neck and neck with Stony Brook who currently sits in fifth with 226.5.

In the mens 400 IM, sophomore Nolan Slesnick placed third (3:58.54) and in the 100 fly, freshman Tim Cabasino placed eighth (51.32). Freshman David Gleason continued to swim strong taking fourth in the 200 free (1:39.86) ahead of junior Jason Chen who paced sixth with a time of 1:41.23. Sophomore Joe Perez-Rogers placed seventh in 100 back (50.77).

On the one-meter board, freshman Anthony Foiles placed fourth (486.80), senior Bob Nolte took fifth (476.95) and freshman Justin Mattison took eighth (359.25).

Leading the women, junior Amanda Ciccone continued to shine taking sixth in the 100 fly (56.77) while junior Brittany Detlef took 14th (58.49). Detlef also placed tenth in the 100 back (59.42). Senior Allyce Brand took tenth in the 100 breast (1:06.57)

Freshman Tin Wai Siu placed ninth in the 400 IM (4:29.59) and freshman Olivia Baczek took home a tenth place in the 100 back (59.42).

In the 400 medley relay, the Binghamton men placed third and the women touched in sixth place.

Competition at the America East Conference Meet wraps up tomorrow.

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