Marist Leads Women as Host Harvard Has Advantage on the Men’s Side After Day Two of ECAC Championships

CAMBRIDGE, Massachusetts, February 17. AFTER two days of competition, the Marist College Women's squad and the Harvard University Men's team maintain their leads in the 2007 ECAC Open Swimming and Diving Championships. Marist leads all women's sides with 449.5 points, Rider follows, posting a 333.5 total, heading into the final day. Harvard boosted their 11 point lead from the first day to a slightly more comfortable 347 – 289 advantage over the Marist Men's squad.

Day one, on the women's side, the Red Foxes held a 203.5 – 175.5 advantage over Rider University. While the Harvard Men sat atop the board with a 166 – 154 lead over Marist.

Women – Team Rankings – After Day Two

1. Marist College 449.5
2. Rider University 333.5
3. Harvard University 312
4. TowsonUniversity 278.5
5. University of Vermont 274
6. University of Pennsylvania 167
7. Loyola College 142.5
8. Columbia University 139
9. University of Maine 136
10. Yale University 122

Men – Team Rankings – After Day Two

1. Harvard University 347
2. Marist College 289
3. Columbia University 277
4. Johns Hopkins University 274
5. Rider University 255
6. Yale University 251
7. Binghamton University 236
8. University of Pennsylvania 168
9. Loyola College 105
10. Iona College 96

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