Eddy, Stoddard Break Meet Records During ECAC Championship Prelims

Photo Courtesy: Rutgers Athletics

By Chandler Brandes, Swimming World College Intern

The second day of the 2016 ECAC Championships saw two meet records broken during Saturday’s prelim session. Virginia’s Erin Eddy broke the 200 free meet record by nearly one second, and Rutger’s Rachel Stoddard broke the 100 breast record by .04.

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Below are the top 8 qualifiers in each event for the A final.

Women’s 400 IM

1. Emily Escobedo (4:12.06), UMBC
2. Sara Stranick (4:17.96), Virginia
3. Julia Durmer (4:19.86), Virginia
4. Brittany Driscoll (4:21.0), New Hampshire
5. Rachel Politi (4:21.48), Virginia
6. Jessica Burkett (4:23.54), Army
7. Valerie Yoshimura (4:24.13), Harvard
8. Jess Harper (4:21.87), New Hampshire

Men’s 400 IM

1. Liam Cashin (3:56.81), Binghamton
2. Andrew Drummond (3:57.10), Penn
3. Robert Leasure (3:58.68), Virginia
4. William Rittenhouse (3:59.66), Navy
5. Coby Zucker (3:59.77), Colgate
6. Luke Musselman (4:00.08), Rider
7. Sam Ciocco (4:01.01), Navy
8. Griff Hutton (4:02.67), Rider

Women’s 100 Fly

1. Francesca Stoppa (53.90), Rutgers
2. Christina Ray (54.49), Colgate
3. Peyton Baldwin (54.76), Virginia
4. Dina Rommel (54.86), Virginia
5. Molly Mucciarone (54.97), Army
6. Julianna Foss (55.36), Bucknell
7. Amanda Day (55.67), UMBC
8. Carter Orth (55.70), Penn

Men’s 100 Fly

1. Nick Sundquist (48.60), Maine
2. Jack Eudy (48.84), Navy
3. Matthew Martir (48.86), Rider
4. Brandon McCredie (49.02), Army
5. Chris Szekely (49.18), Army
6. Evin Rude (49.47), Army
7. John Denning (49.52). Virginia
8. Chipper Machemehl (49.61), Navy

Women’s 200 Free

1. Eryn Eddy (1:46.65), Virginia
2. Liza Baykova (1:48.16), New Hampshire
3. Laine Reed (1:48.43), Virginia
4. Samantha James (1:49.02), Virginia
5. Molly Kuenstler (1:50.75), Navy
6. Madeline Smart (1:51.00), Virginia
7. Brittany Moffatt (1:51.20), New Hampshire
8. Monica Sowinski (1:51.50), Army

Men’s 200 Free

1. William Molloy (1:38.32), Rider
2. Louis Behnen (1:39.30), Bucknell
3. Chris Devlin (1:40.10), Bucknell
4. Vincent Filippini (1:40.34), Bucknell
5. Greg Stoffa (1:40.57), Virginia
6. Bradley Wachenfeld (1:40.60), Penn
7. Mitch Herrera (1:40.61), Colgate
8. Vincent Gibbons (1:40.63), Rider

Women’s 100 Breast

1. Rachel Stoddard (1:01.41), Rutgers
2. Audrey Gould (1:03.23), Virginia
3. Diana Hanson (1:03.92), Bucknell
4. Isabella Morreale (1:03.96), Marist
5. Maddie Marcelle (1:04.47), Pitt
6. Emma Scott (1:05.09), Navy
7. Kristine Doan (1:05.33), Navy
8. Nicole Hetzer (1:05.97), Navy

Men’s 100 Breast

1. Eric Collins (55.58), Navy
2. Matheus Martini (55.77), Virginia
3. Jordan Hurwitz (55.80), Penn
4. Adam Phillips (55.98), Rider
5. Colin Kanzari (56.00), Army
6. Patrick Wall (56.33), Army
7. Tommy Cummings (56.41), Binghamton
8. Nikola Trajkovic (56.65), UMBC

Women’s 100 Back

1. Joanna Wu (54.23), Rutgers
2. Rochelle Dong (54.30), Penn
3. Lauren Day (55.85), UMBC
4. Cecelia Croman (55.90), Army
5. Rachel Perry (56.03), Bucknell
6. Vera Koprivova (56.35), Rutgers
7. Samantha Baird (56.44), Pitt
8. Zoe Macfarlane (57.35), Navy

Men’s 100 Back

1. Ethan King (48.67), Navy
2. Chipper Machemehl (49.45), Navy
3. Josh Sembrano (49.59), Army
4. Evin Rude (49.70), Army
5. Vince Everman (49.70), Navy
6. Eric Farm (49.79), Binghamton
7. DJ Rusiewski (50.07), Navy
8. Brian McKenna (50.57), Binghamton

Finals will begin at 6 p.m. EST.

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Author: Chandler Brandes

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Chandler Brandes is a junior at the University of Vermont where she is majoring in Public Communication and double minoring in Coaching and Sports Management. She swims IM and freestyle for their Division 1 program and this is her third year on board with Swimming World.

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