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Sat Nov 21
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195 MIT
105 at Bowdoin
Sat Nov 21
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155 Mount Holyoke
77 at Western Connecticut State
Sat Nov 21
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110 Westfield
167 Smith
Sat Nov 21
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204 Springfield
96 at Wheaton
Sat Nov 21
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175 Springfield
123 at Keene State
Tue Dec 01
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200 Simmons
84 Babson
Fri Dec 11
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149 WPI
166 at Wesleyan
Fri Dec 11
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123 WPI
184 at Tufts @ Wesleyan
Sat Dec 12
Final
152 Springfield
148 at Middlebury
Tue Jan 05
Final
61 WPI
223 at Pomona-Pitzer
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Final Night of NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships Concludes

Final Night of NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships Concludes

SHENANDOAH, Texas - On the final day of the NCAA Women's and Men's Swimming and Diving Championships the NEWMAC saw three relay teams compete along with nine individuals. To cap off the night, Wellesley's Maura Sticco-Ivins and her coach Jack Lewis were honored as the Women's Diver and Diving Coach of the Year. The MIT Women's team brought home their best finish yet at 5th place while Wellesley earned 20th followed by Smith and Springfield tied at 38th. On the men's side MIT took an 8th place finish followed by WPI at 16th and Coast Guard at 33rd.

Both Engineer teams were solid in the relay pool as MIT's foursome of Veronika Jedryka, Kayla Holman, Priscilla Wu and Jessica Chen took 9th in the 400 Free. In the same event on the men's side MIT's group of Jeremy Bogle, Bouke Edskes, Dougie Kogut and Josh Tomazin finished third with WPI's foursome of Andrew Bauer, Karim Elsayed, Frederick Burgwardt and Andrew Kelleher finishing at 14th.

The NEWMAC saw three competitors in the 1650 at MIT's Mary Thielking and Addie Chambers finished 17th and 20th on the women's side while Coast Guard's Taylor Rowe took 13th in the event for the men. WPI's Andrew Bauer took 10th in the 100 Free while MIT's Jedryka finished 11th in the 200 Back for the women with Gabriel Schneider taking 4th on the men's side. WPI's Tim Petri finished 10th in the 200 Breast while MIT's Brandon McKenzie took 14th in the same event.

On the 3-Meter diving board freshman Sam Solomon finished his NCAA debut with a 12th place finish.