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UMBC Swimming and Diving Concludes Dual Meet Schedule with Sweep of Marist on Senior Day
Jeff Salgado broke his own school 3-meter diving record in the Retrievers' victory over Marist.
Agnes Stanislawska paced the Retriever women with three individual victories.
Baltimore-The UMBC menís and womenís swimming and diving teams completed their dual meet schedule Saturday afternoon, sweeping Marist at the UMBC Natatorium. The Retriever women (10-1) defeated the Red Foxes (7-3), 161-130, while the UMBC men (8-1) won by a score of 158-120, handing Marist (9-1) their first loss of the season.
Senior Jeff Salgado broke his own school 3-meter diving record with a score of 318.30, besting his previous mark of 314.85, which he set last season. The only multiple winner for the Retrievers, Salgado also won the 1-meter competition with a score of 318.30.
The Retrievers won 14 of 16 events on the day. Seniors Tim Conway, Ryan Karrer and Juan Ortiz went out in style with individual victories, as
Other winners for the Retriever men included junior Adam Eiben in the 200-free (1:45.70), sophomore Milos Djukic in the 100-back (51.56), junior Scott Auchter in the 100-breast (59.29), sophomore Evan Roseberry in the 200-fly (1:56.04), freshman Rasmus Kutt in the 200-back (1:53.67), sophomore Justin Bronson in the 500-free (4:40.24) and freshman Matt Mattingly in the 100-fly (52.33).
UMBC also swept the relays, with Kutt, Auchter, freshman Zach Vonder Haar and Conway teaming to win the 200-medley relay in 1:35.17, and Bronson,
Greg Jablonski was the only winner for Marist, as he took both the 200-breast and 200-IM.
The Retriever women also won 14 of 16 events and were paced by senior Agnes Stanislawska, who won three events. Stanislawska placed first in the 100-back (58.77), 200-back (2:03.98) and 200-IM (2:05.50).
Senior Ashley Houghton, junior Meghan Sackett and sophomores Daniele Surkovich and Tina Cantwell each won two events apiece, as Houghton swept the diving events with scores of 251.39 on the 1-meter board and 297.68 in the 3-meter competition, while Sackett took both the 500-free (5:03.35) and 1,000-free (10:10.19). Surkovich won the 100-free (52.43) and 200-free (1:55.63), and Cantwell took the 100-breast (1:04.19) and 200-breast (2:18.94).
Junior Lindsey Engler was the only other individual winner for UMBC, as she took the 50-free in 24.19.
The Retrievers also swept the relays, as Stanislawska, Cantwell and freshmen Kate Chialastri and Brittany Johnson teamed to win the 200-medley relay in 1:49.54, and Sackett, freshman Lindsay Sherman, Surkovich and Engler won the 400-free relay in 3:38.56.
Lyndsay Martin was the only winner for the Marist women, as she took swept the butterfly events.
Before the meet, the Retrievers honored seniors Conway, Houghton, Karrer, Ortiz, Salgado, Schmardel, Stanislawska, Brian Jaeggi, Amy Mensch, Kristen Moorby, Jesse Rowton, John Saums, Katie Spohnholz and Pat Woodward, who swam in front of their home fans for the final time.
The Retrievers return to action Feb. 8-11, when they head to