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UMBC Swimming and Diving Falls to Navy in First Home Meet
Sophomore Rasmus Kutt was the only double-winner for the men's team as he won the 200 back and led-off the 400 medley relay on Saturday.
BALTIMOREóThe UMBC menís and womenís swimming and diving teams dropped their first meet of the season, as they fell to Navy by scores of 137-101 on the menís side and 123-119 on the womenís. The Retrievers fall to 1-1 on the season for both men and women, while the Midshipmen improve to 5-0 on both sides.
Junior Tina Cantwell (
In a riveting contest, Sarah Dorenkott from Navy just out-touched senior Retriever anchor Lindsey Engler (
Earlier in the meet, Engler took an individual win as she swam a time of 24.28 to win the 50 free. The only other individual winners for the Retrievers were sophomore Tereza Kaplanova (
On the menís side, sophomore Rasmus Kutt (Tallinn, Estonia/Gustav Adolf Gymnasium) led the Retrievers as he claimed the 200 backstroke with a time of 1:54.49 and led-off the winning 400 medley relay comprised of senior Scott Auchter (Wernersville, Pa./Wilson), freshman Brad Reitz (Ellicott City, Md./Howard), and sophomore Matt Mattingly (Cherry Hill, N.J./Cherry Hill West) that turned in a time of 3:31.77.
The only other individual winner for the Retrievers was junior Justin Bronson (
The Retriever women will travel to