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Williams Still in Lead After Day 2 at NESCACs

Williams Still in Lead After Day 2 at NESCACs

Williams College increased its advantage during the second day of the 2016 NESCAC Men’s Swimming and Diving Championships on Saturday at the Samuelson-Muir Pool. The Ephs raised their point total to 1,263.5 through two days of competition. Connecticut College sits in second with 1,083 points, followed by Tufts University (1,003.5), Amherst College (957) and Bates College (665).

Williams opened Saturday evening’s championship session with a win in the 200-yard medley relay, as Benjamin Lin, Jake Tamposi, Timothy Kostolansky, and John Hammond took the title with a time of 1:29.31, establishing a new pool record as well as earning an NCAA provisional-qualifying time. The night continued as Middlebury’sMichael McGean dominated the 1,000-yard freestyle, winning with a time of 9:32.36.

Connecticut College’s Alan Pite won the first individual event of the evening for the Camels with an NCAA provisional time of 3:57.82 in the 400-yard individual medley. Tufts’ Kingsley Bowen pulled out a win in the 100-yard butterfly, when he swam an NCAA provisional time of 49.29 seconds. Karl Sarier of Bowdoin took first place in the 200-yard freestyle with an NCAA provisional time of 1:39.70.

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