Virginia, Stoddard Break Records During ECAC Championship Finals

Photo Courtesy: Virginia Athletics

By Chandler Brandes, Swimming World College Intern 

Rutgers Rachel Stoddard broke her own meet record in the 100 breast from this morning, winning tonight’s final in 1:00.82. Virginia’s 800 free relay team crushed the old meet record by over seven seconds to take the win.

Heading into the final day of competition, the Virginia women and the Navy men lead the team rankings.

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Women’s 3m Diving

1. Rebecca Corbett (340.00), Virginia
2. Kylie Towbin (301.40), Virginia
3. Corey Johnson (301.25), Virginia

Women’s 200 Medley Relay

Virginia’s Samantha James (26.66), Audrey Gould (28.80), Peyton Baldwin (24.74), and Dina Rommel (22.37) won in 1:42.57. Army’s Cecelia Croman (26.21), Kara Wineinger (29.66), Molly Mucciarone (24.38), and Kelly Hamilton (22.69) finished a close second in 1:42.94.

Men’s 200 Medley Relay

Army’s Josh Sembrano (23.31), Colin Kanzari (24.73), Devin McCall (22.53), and Evin Rude (19.87) won in 1:30.44. Binghamton’s Eric Farm (23.10), Tommy Cummings (25.41), Steve Campagna (22.16), and Brian McKenna (19.84) weren’t too far behind in 1:30.51 to take second.

Women’s 400 IM

1. Emily Escobedo (4:11.73), UMBC
2. Sara Stranick (4:17.79), Virginia
3. Rachel Politi (4:18.27), Virginia

Men’s 400 IM

1. Coby Zucker (3:54.11), Colgate
2. Liam Cashin (3:54.25), Binghamton
3. Sam Ciocco (3:57.06), Navy

Women’s 100 Fly

1. Francesca Stoppa (53.50), Rutgers
2. Christina Ryan (54.40), Colgate
2. Peyton Baldwin (54.40), Virginia

Men’s 100 Fly

1. Matthew Martir (48.34), Rider
2. Nick Sundquist (48.59), Maine
3. Jack Eudy (48.90), Navy

Women’s 200 Free

1. Eryn Eddy (1:46.87), Virginia
2. Laine Reed (1:47.04), Virginia
3. Liza Baykova (1:47.21), New Hampshire

Men’s 200 Free

1. William Molloy (1:37.65), Rider
2. Louis Behnen (1:38.76), Bucknell
3. Vincent Gibbons (1:39.03), Rider

Women’s 100 Breast

1. Rachel Stoddard (1:00.82), Rutgers
2. Audrey Gould (1:02.69), Virginia
3. Diana Hanson (1:03.02), Bucknell

Men’s 100 Breast

1. Eric Collins (55.40), Navy
2. Colin Kanzari (55.59), Army
3. Jordan Hurwitz (55.60), Penn

Women’s 100 Back

1. Joanna Wu (53.90), Rutgers
2. Rochelle Dong (54.41), Penn
3. Vera Koprivova (55.08), Rutgers

Men’s 100 Back

1. Ethan King (48.77), Navy
2. Chipper Machemehl (49.09), Navy
3. Evin Rude (49.29), Army

Women’s 800 Free Relay

Virginia’s Reed (1:47.72), Madeline Smart (1:52.58), Jessie Gvozdas (1:50.66), and James (1:48.90) won by seven seconds in 7:19.86. Penn’s Morgan Scott (1:51.22), Emma Siewert (1:51.86), Meaghan Kwarcinski (1:51.35), and Ashley Pollard (1:51.86) finished second in 7:26.29.

Men’s 800 Free Relay

Army’s Devin McCall (1:39.56), Rude (1:37.58), Sean Martin (1:42.43), and Chris Szekely (1:37.36) narrowly won in 6:36.93. Bucknell’s Jack Robinson (1:39.76), Behnen (1:39.74), Vincent Filippini (1:39.92), and Chris Devlin (1:37.68 took a close second in 6:37.10.

Top 8 Women’s Team Standings:

1. Virginia-539.5
2. Army-264
3. Navy-245.5
4. Marist-244.5
5. Penn-240.5
6. Pitt-212
7. Bucknell-204
8. Columbia-130.5

Top 8 Men’s Team Standings:

1. Navy-442
2. Army-340
3. Rider-248
4. Binghamton-242
5. Penn-214
6. Bucknell-203
7. Virginia-153
8. Marist-139

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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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