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For Immediate Release: January 31, 2010
Contact: Ian Milne (sports1@binghamton.edu)
Phone: 607-777-6800

Binghamton swimming & diving glides past Niagara

[Full Results...]

NIAGARA, N.Y. -- The Binghamton swimming and diving teams powered past hosting Niagara on Sunday afternoon. The men winning 161-130 and the women taking the 179-112 decision.

On the men's side sophomore Nolan Slesnick won the 200 free (1:46.91) and the 500 free (4:46.98) while junior Jason Chen won the 200 fly (1:58.04) and the 200 breast (2:21.38).

Freshmen David Gleason was another individual winner, taking the 1000 free (9:47.33), while junior Kevin Kearney chalked up a win in the 100 back (53.89) and sophomore Joe Perez-Rogers took the 200 back (1:57.38). Freshman Tim Cabasino took the 100 breast (1:03.07) and fellow freshman Aaron Budner won the 200 IM (2:04.32).

On the boards senior Bob Nolte placed second on the one-meter (257.78) and three-meter (241.65).

For the women, freshman Tin Wai Siu reached the wall first in the 200 free (1:57.45) and the 200 IM (2:12.33), junior Amanda Ciccone won the 100 free (54.00) and 100 fly (58.91) while senior Allyce Brand touched first in the 50 free (25.45).

Freshman Melissa Lindahl won the 100 back (1:01.82) and the 200 back (2:10.01) while sophomore Maria Mazzoni placed first in the 200 fly (2:16.22) and the 500 free (5:22.25). Junior Danielle Gallo was another double winner, taking the 100 breast (1:09.27) and the 200 breast (2:31.82).

On the boards sophomore Jenna Easton placed first on the one-meter (225.09) and the three-meter (224.25).

"We posted solid wins on both sides," head coach Sean Clark remarked after the meet. "We're gearing up for Stonybrook next weekend, it should be a good way to finish up the dual meet season."

The Bearcats are back home on Saturday, February 6 for their next meet where they will face-off against conference rival Stony Brook at 2 p.m. in the final meet before the conference tournament.

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