Virginia Continues to Impress on Day 3 of ECAC Championships

Photo Courtesy: Virginia Athletics

By Chandler Brandes, Swimming World College Intern 

The final day of the 2016 ECAC Championships saw some fast swims during Sunday’s prelim session. The Virginia women will look to maintain their strong lead with nine swimmers racing in tonight’s A final. The race for the men’s team title is still open, but Navy has a slight edge over Army.

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

Women’s 200 Back

1. Vera Koprivova (1:58.92), Rutgers
2. Peyton Baldwin (1:59.83), Virginia
3. Linnea Lemerise (2:01.26), New Hampshire
4. Bethany Powhida (2:03.10), Marist
5. Erin Jordan (2:03.45), Navy
6. Zoe Macfarlane (2:03.58), Navy
7. Cecelia Croman (2:03.92), Army
8. Julianna Foss (2:04.11), Bucknell

Men’s 200 Back

1. Alexander Gliese (1:46.72), UMBC
2. Brian Foley (1:48.21), Penn
3. Michael Stanchi (1:48.55), Army
4. Shane Condon (1:48.58), Navy
5. Vince Everman (1:48.78), Navy
6. Alex Dempsey (1:49.29), Army
7. Luke Musselman (1:49.44), Rider
8. Gregory Arnold (1:49.53), Navy

Women’s 100 Free

1. Liza Baykova (49.45), New Hampshire
2. Eryn Eddy (49.57), Virginia
3. Dina Rommel (50.04), Virginia
4. Laine Reed (50.16), Virginia
5. Kelly Hamilton (50.58), Army
6. Olivia Morrell (51.00), Navy
7. Samantha James (51.08), Virginia
8. Meredith Wurtz (51.34), Marist

Men’s 100 Free

1. Gregor Spoerlein (44.34), UMBC
2. Ethan King (44.96), Navy
3. Matthew Martir (45.07), Rider
4. Nick Sundquist (45.10), Maine
5. Vincent Gibbons (45.39), Rider
6. Devin McCall (45.44), Army
7. Brian McKenna (45.63), Binghamton
8. Jeff Prichard (46.05), Rider

Women’s 200 Breast

1. Kinga Cichowska (2:13.41), Pitt
2. Sara Stranik (2:13.57), Virginia
3. Rachel Stoddard (2:13.94), Rutgers
4. Jessica Burkett (2:21.03), Army
5. Kristine Doan (2:21.85), Navy
6. Diana Hanson (2:22.43), Bucknell
7. Sarah Slepian (2:23.50), Navy
8. Isabella Morreale (2:23.33), Marist

Men’s 200 Breast

1. Eric Collins (1:59.94), Navy
2. Joseph Lozano (2:01.67), Colgate
3. Matheus Martini (2:02.08), Virginia
4. Coby Zucker (2:02.16), Colgate
5. Tommy Cummings (2:02.62), Binghamton
6. Jordan Hurwitz (2:03.51). Penn
7. Harold Choo (2:03.78), Navy
8. Samuel Presgraves (2:03.83), Marist

Women’s 200 Fly

1. Francesca Stoppa (1:57.97), Rutgers
2. Peyton Baldwin (1:59.16), Virginia
3. Jessie Gvozdas (2:01.77), Virginia
4. Rachel Politi (2:02.81), Virginia
5. Valerie Yoshimura (2:03.34), Harvard
6. Claire Pinson (2:03.82), Harvard
7. Emma Siewart (2:04.45), Penn
8. Sammie Keehn (2:04.51), Navy

Men’s 200 Fly

1. Nick Pfanstiel (1:49.10), Navy
2. Griff Hutton (1:50.07), Rider
3. Jack Eudy (1:50.10), Navy
4. Zach Blankenbeker (1:50.82), Army
5. Sam Haley (1:51.55), Penn
6. Matthew Devito (1:51.59), Binghamton
7. Andrew McKissick (1:51.90), UMBC
8. John Denning (1:52.09), Virginia

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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 is a former swimmer for the Catamounts and this is her third year on board with Swimming World.

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