Swimming and Diving Wraps Up Competition at ECAC Championships

Swimming and Diving Wraps Up Competition at ECAC Championships

PISCATAWAY, N.J. - The UMBC swimming and diving teams completed the final day of competition at the ECAC Championships on Sunday, with a handful of Retrievers taking to the pool. 

In the men's 200 back, junior Alexander Gliese earned a gold medal for the third consecutive year after he clocked in with a time of 1:45.14.

In the women's 200 fly, freshman Natalija Marin earned bronze as she touched in with a time of 2:01.52. On the men's side, freshman Jack Carlisle earned third place in the B final (11th overall), clocking in with a time of 1:52.01.

Sophomore Ilia Rattsev earned a bronze medal in the men's 100 free, touching in with a time of 44.14. On the women's side, sophomore Haylee Committe finished second in the B final (10th overall) after she touched the wall in a time of 52.25. 

Freshman Kai Wisner finished fourth in the men's 1650 free, touching in with a time of 15:26.96. 

In the women's 200 breast, junior Aleasha Knight finished seventh with a time of 2:22.19. Sophomore Brittany Coughlin touched in sixth in the B finals (14th overall) with a time of 2:26.27.