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For Immediate Release: February 6, 2010
Contact: Linnea Mattson (sports1@binghamton.edu)
Phone: 607-777-6800

Binghamton swimming & diving sweeps Stony Brook
Team honors nine seniors prior to meet

[Full Results...]
[senior day photos...]

VESTAL, N.Y. -- VESTAL, N.Y. -- The Binghamton swimming and diving teams wrapped up another successful dual meet season with both teams beating Stony Brook in Saturday’s afternoon meet. The men winning 162-113 and the women winning 199-101, leads the teams with an ending season of 5-5 for the men and 7-6 for the women.

The men started off strong and stayed strong, Joe Perez-Rogers, Andrew Ellman, Erik Wagner, and David Gleason won the 200 medley relay (1:36:12), and Perez-Rogers proceeded to have a time of 51:33 to take first in the 100 back and win the 100 fly (51:98). Likewise, Gleason won the 200 free (1:42:00) and Ellman chalked up a win in the 100 breast (1:08:82) and touched first in the 200 breast (2:12:21).

Josh Saccurato was another individual winner taking first in the 200 fly (1:58:94). While Sophomore Nolan Slesnick won the 1000 free with a time of 9:45:94, the 500 free (4:43:21) and the 400 IM (4:12:08).

On the boards Anthony Foiles took first on the one-meter (235.80) and Bob Nolte placed first on the three-meter (275.10).

For the women, Brittany Detlef, Allyce Brand, Tin Wai Siu, and Taryn Ferrara placed first in the 200 medley. Siu also took first in the 1000 free (10:44:98), 200 fly (2:08:92), and 400 IM (4:33:30). In addition, Detlef placed first in the 1000 breast (1:08:82).

Equally, junior Amanda Ciccone cleaned house winning the 200 free (54.00), 100 fly (1:53.63), 50 free (24:38), 100 free (53:06) and the 400 yard free relay with teammates Brand, Ferrara and Caitlin Nelson.

Freshman Melissa Lindahl won the 100 back (1:01.37) and 200 back (2:11.29), while junior Danielle Gallo took first in the 1000 breast (1:08:82) and Christina Aiello grabbed first in the 100 free.

On the boards sophomore Jenna Easton took first on the one-meter (220.08) and three-meter (216.08).

"This is a impressive performance from swimmers and divers that I am going to miss" head coach Sean Clark remarked after the meet about the nine seniors that were honored prior to the meet. "Now we start resting as we look forward to the conference championships."

The Bearcats will have a small break before traveling to Boston University for the America East Championship on February 25-28.

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