UMBC Continues Strong Showing at ECAC Championships

UMBC Continues Strong Showing at ECAC Championships


Pittsburgh, Pa.—UMBC swimming and diving competed on day two of the ECAC Championships at the University of Pittsburgh. Several Retrievers competed, with many setting personal records and school records.

The women saw Amanda Day earn a third place finish in the 100 fly with a time of 56.06. Hannah Sutherland finished sixth in the event, touching the wall in a time of 57.06.

Cassie Jordan and Kristie Langford went three-four in the consolation heat of the 100 breast. Jordan finished in 1:06.61, while Langford ended in 1:06.81.

Lauren Day finished the day with an eighth place finish in the 100 back. Day finished in a time of 57.22.

The men saw Mark Tracy lead things off with a fourth place finish in the 100 fly in the consolation heat. Tracy ended his career with a time of 49.94, as he broke the 50 second mark for the first time.

Leo Endres earned a second place finish, breaking the school mark in the 100 breast. Endres touched the wall in 54.53. Nikola Trajkovic continued his strong weekend, placing fourth in the event with a time of 55.45.

The Retrievers will conclude the competition tomorrow with prelims starting at 9:00 a.m., and finals at 6:00 p.m.