NORTH DARTMOUTH, MA-The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth's swimming team swept a dual meet from visiting University of New England at the Tripp Athletic Center Saturday.
The women won their meet 162-118, while the men won, 153-89
Individually, the women won 12 of 16 events. Freshman Caroline Corcoran (West Boylston, MA/ West Boylston) won the 50 yard breaststroke in 34.13 seconds, the 200 yard breaststroke in 2:40.14, and the 200 yard individual medley in 2;21.51. Junior Katelyn Kidney (Lynn, MA / Lynn Classical) took the 200 yard butterfly in 2:18.56, the 100 yard freestyle in 58.73 seconds, and the 500 yard freestyle in 5:37.54. Other winners included junior Morgan Cooper (Sunderland, MA/Frontier Regional HS) in the 200 yard freestyle in 2:04.32, senior Meredith Maki (Holden, MA/Wachusett Regional) in the 50 yard backstroke in 32.10 seconds and the 200 yard backstroke in 2:22.48, sophomore Brooke Garvey (North Billerica, MA/Billerica HS) in both one-meter diving (133.65 points) and three-meter diving (150.97 points), and the 200 yard medley relay team of Maki, Cooper, Corcoran and Kidney in 2:00.06.
Winners for the men included freshman Bryan Baranick (Assonet, MA/Apponequet HS) in the 200 yard freestyle (1:57.10), the 200 yard backstroke in 2:07.77, and the 500 yard freestyle in 5:18.29;, senior Kevin Janofsky (Brookfield, CT/Brookfield HS) in the 1000 yard freestyle in 12:22.48 and the 50 yard breaststroke in 31.39 seconds, freshman Justin Floeck (Middleboro, MA/Middleboro HS) in the 50 yard freestyle in 23.03 seconds and the 100 yard freestyle in 54.85 seconds, junior Conor Szarek (Leominster, MA/Leominster HS) in the one meter diving (174.60 points) and the three meter diving (212.25 points), sophomore Phil Lowney (Mattapoisett, MA/Bishop Stang HS) in the 200 yard breaststroke (2:29.55), and the 200 yard medley relay team of Baranick, Lowney, sophomore Michael Gryss (New Bedford, MA/New Bedford HS) and Floeck in 1:47.93.
"We had a great meet today," said UMass Dartmouth Head Coach Cathy Motta. " We were a little flat and had a hard time getting going the first couple of events in part to the days off due to the storm. We are very excited about being 2-0 and are hoping to carry our momentum into the Bridgewater meet on Tuesday. The seniors on our women's team experienced their first victory over the Nor'easters, and the men are far ahead of where they were last season."
UMass Dartmouth's women are now 2-0, while the UNE women are 1-1. UNE's men are a club team, so the meet does not count in the overall record for the UMD men's team.
The Corsairs will return to action when they host the University of New England next Saturday.
UMASS DARTMOUTH SWIMMING