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MENíS AND WOMENíS SWIMMING AND DIVING BOTH MOVE TO 11-1 ON THE YEAR WITH SWEEP OF MARIST
Jon Gdowik broke the UMBC men's 3-meter diving record with a mark of 281.40.
The UMBC menís and womenís swimming and diving teams each moved to 11-1 on the year with wins over Marist University. The menís team defeated Marist 132-101 while the womenís team won 133-108. The day was highlighted by Jon Gdowik on the 3-meter dive, setting a new school record with a mark of 281.40.
Gdowick also won the 1-meter dive with a mark of 256.58. Other top Retrievers on the menís side were Carlos Canepa, Brad Green and Jakub Srocyznski with two wins each. Canepa took the 1000 freestyle in 9:43.05 and won the 500 freestyle with a time of 4:43.33. Green placed first in the 50 freestyle in 21.96 and captured the 100 freestyle in 47.99. Sroycyznki took first in the 200 backstroke (1:53.42) and the 200 IM (1:54.99). Other winners were the 400 medley relay team and Geza Szabo in the 200 butterfly.
On the womenís side, Agnus Stanislawska and Amanda Otis each won two events. Stanislawska won the 200 IM with a time of 2:10.89 and the 200 backstroke in 2:07.38 while Otis captured the 1000 freestyle (10:41.74) and the 500 freestyle (5:11.83). Holly Wittsack (200 butterfly), Elyse Gebson (100 freestyle), Katrin Harrsen (200 freestyle), Lindsey Prather (200 breaststroke) and the womenís 400 medley relay team all took first place honors as well.
The Retrievers return to action against Johns Hopkins on Saturday, Feb. 7 at 11 a.m.