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MEN SWIM PAST WILLIAM & MARY; WOMEN EDGED BY TRIBE
Brad Green won both sprint freestyle events to lead UMBC's men.
Williamsburg, VA--UMBC's men won the first ten events and easily defeated host William & Mary, 133.50-100.5 to even their record at 2-2 on the season. The women suffered a tough defeat, as the Tribe prevailed, 124-120. Despite winning seven of 13 events, UMBC's women's record was also evened at 2-2.
Three Retrievers won two events each on the men's side. Carlos Canepa captured the 1000 freestyle (9:41.19) and the 500 freestyle (4:43.20), Brad Green won the 50 freestyle (22.0) and the 100 freestyle (48.76), and Jakub Sroczynski took the 20 freestyle (1:43.40) and the 200 backstroke (1:53.57). Other winners for UMBC were Josh Farley (200 IM-1:57.65), Jon Gdowik (1m diving-137.25) and Geza Szabo (200 butterfly-1:54.50).
For the women, Amanda Otis won the 1000 freestyle (10:43.94) and 500 freestyle (5:14.50) and Astrid Sperling won the 200 IM (2:09.81) and 200 backstroke (2:04.40). Other winners included Holly Wittsack (200 fly-2:07.19) and Elyse Gibson (100 free-54.23).