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Swimming: MSWIM vs ECAC 3/3, 3/4, 3/5

Postby Tom Nolette » Thu Feb 23, 2017 6:31 am

Coach pleased with UMaine’s performances at America East swim meet

... Cheverus’ Tessa Lindsley continued UMaine’s sprint success, hitting 23.5 in the 200 free relay and turning a 2:11 backstroke.

Freshman Kate Pontius of Portland transitioned to sprint training during the season.

“She is one who swims what is best for the team. She is such a good teammate,” Lizzotte said.

Among her AE performances were a 58.7-second 100 butterfly and a 2:14 200 butterfly. Her 200 fly swim prompted Lizzotte to project, “She’ll go places in the 200 fly.”

“All in all, we are happy about the future of our women’s swimming program,” she said.

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Re: Swimming: MSWIM vs ECAC 3/3, 3/4, 3/5

Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Feb 27, 2017 6:10 am

upcoming:

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SATURDAY MARCH 4, 2017
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SUNDAY MARCH 5, 2017
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Re: Swimming:

Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Mar 08, 2017 3:50 am

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Re: Swimming & Diving:

Postby Tom Nolette » Thu Apr 13, 2017 5:22 am

Old Town’s Gould, Ketch Sign Letters of Intent to Swim for UMaine

Two swimmers from Old Town, Jacob Ketch and Nick Gould, will test themselves at the division one level in the fall. The two Coyotes signed commitment letters to UMaine today.

- http://wabi.tv/2017/04/12/old-towns-gou ... or-umaine/

- http://www.foxbangor.com/sports/item/19 ... -to-umaine
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Postby TAL1957 » Thu Apr 13, 2017 6:02 pm

Go Bears !!!!

Old Town "Indians" Rule !!!
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Re: Swimming & Diving:

Postby UMaine » Thu Oct 05, 2017 3:43 am

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Re: Swimming & Diving:

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Jan 21, 2018 5:14 am

Men’s Swimming and Diving Opens 2018 at Bowdoin

BRUNSWICK, Maine – After a month and a half off from competition, the Maine men's swimming and diving team resumed its season with a non team-scoring meet against Bowdoin on Saturday at LeRoy Greason Pool. The Maine men earned first place finishes in seven of the 14 events on the day.

Freshman Jack McNamara earned first place finishes in the 100-yd breaststroke (1:00.75) and the 200-yd individual medley (2:00.99) on the day.

Classmate Kazu Temple recorded a personal best time of 55.35 in the 100-yd individual medley to take first place. The Palo Alto, California native earned a second place finish in the 100-yd breaststroke (1:01.69), and also took fourth in the 50-yd freestyle (22.78).

A first place finish in the 100-yd butterfly (52.79), along with hitting the touch pad as a runner-up in the 50-yd freestyle (22.15) highlighted senior Kevin Clyne's day.

Alexander Penn led five Black Bear top finishers in the 100-yd freestyle (49.13). Coulter Morrill registered a time of 49.73 for second place, while Stephen Comeau (50.68), Spencer Lindsley (51.09) and Noel Haren (51.21) all finished shortly after.

In the 200-yd medley relay, Maine's relay teams tallied a first and third place mark. The group of Hayden Kasavicha, McNamara, Clyne, and Jacob Ketch swam faster then the competition with a time of 1:37.38. The Black Bear squad of Nick Gould, Morrill, Andrew Sprague, and Temple finished less than half a second from the second place Bowdoin team, finishing with a time of 1:40.50.

The 400-yd individual medley fielded three Black Bears, with Andrew Plese winning the event with a time of 4:32.92.

In the diving events, Kyle Adams took second in both the 1-meter (264.40) and 3-meter dives (226.90).

The Black Bears close out the regular season with a stop at Providence next Saturday.

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Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Jan 21, 2018 5:15 am

Women’s Swimming and Diving Competes against Bowdoin in First Meet of 2018

BRUNSWICK, Maine – The UMaine women's swimming and diving team resumed its season after a month and a half off from competition on Saturday, competing against Bowdoin in a non team-scoring meet at LeRoy Greason Pool. The Maine women won nine of the 14 events on the day.

Juliana McDonald won both of the events she competed in, recording times of 54.02 in the 100-yd freestyle and a personal record of 1:57.85 in the 200-yd freestyle for the two wins.

McDonald's first place finish in the 100-yd freestyle was followed by four other Black Bears, as Maine also took the third through six positions in the event. Emma Blair took third (54.91), Ines Khiyara placed fourth (55.96), Emily Borger earned fifth (56.52), while Sabrina Nuttall finished in sixth (57.22).

Emily Lund's time of 5:20.06 was fast enough to win the 500-yd freestyle, among the field of eight Black Bears. Gabrielle Murphy took second (5:26.68), while Chloe Adams earned third (5:27.37). Lund also swam in the 400-yd individual medley (2nd, 4:53.14) and the 100-yd freestyle (4th, 58.15).

Caroline Strolic earned a first place finish, winning the 100-yd backstroke with a time of 1:02.45. Lilli Wiseman (1:05.46) placed third in the event, while Hanna Deschenes (1:06.54) took fourth. In her other three swims on the day, Strolic was the runner-up in the 50-yd backstroke (29.19), third in the 400-yd individual medley (4:53.22), and fourth in the 100-yd breaststroke (1:11.78).

Maine individuals also placed first in the 50-yd freestyle (Emma Blair, 24.53), the 100-yd butterfly (Victoria Kingston, 59.60), the 100-yd breaststoke (Sabrina Nuttall, 1:07.84).

The Black Bears swept both relays, with the team of Megan McGillivray, Nuttall, Rita Chen, and Borger finishing first among the 10 teams in the field with a time of 1:50.29. The Black Bear tandem of Chen, Blair, McDonald and Borger won the 400-yd freestyle relay, recording a time of 3:39.58.

The Maine women's team wraps up the regular season next weekend with a trip to New Hampshire Friday night. The team will then head to Providence the following day to compete against the Friars.

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Re: Swimming & Diving:

Postby Tom Nolette » Fri Jan 26, 2018 2:53 am

Jan 26 WSWIM at University of New Hampshire
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Jan 27 WSWIM at Providence College 11:00 a.m.
Jan 27 MSWIM at Providence College 11:00 a.m.
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Postby Tom Nolette » Sat Jan 27, 2018 3:36 am

Black Bears Drop Dual Meet at New Hampshire

DURHAM, N.H. – The Maine Black Bears women's swimming and diving team traveled to rival New Hampshire on Friday night, falling 167-106 to the Wildcats at Swasey Pool.

Maine won three events on the night, including 100-yd butterfly, when Victoria Kingston hit the touchpad in a time of 59.08.

In the 200-yd freestyle relay, the team of Emily Borger, Emma Blair, Sabrina Nuttall, and Juliana McDonald earned a first place finish, recording a time of 1:38.69.

The Black Bears also took first in the 500-yd freestyle, with Gabrielle Murphy taking first place with a time of 5:19.21. Murphy led the group of the Black Bears competing in the event, with Beartrix Lavigueur (5:25.09), and Alexandria Bromley (5:34.06) placing second and third, respectively.

Other top performances include the 200 medley relay, as the group of Blair, Nuttall, Rita Chen, and McDonald finished with a time of 1:50.00 to earn runner-up honors. The squad of Megan McGillivray, Ines Khiyara, Kingston, and Borger followed less than two seconds later for a third place finish (1:51.84).

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