LEWISBURG, Pa. – The Binghamton swimming & diving teams were swept in a dual meet at Bucknell on Saturday afternoon. The Bearcat men were defeated 169-132 while the women lost 221-79.
Binghamton swept all four diving events. Senior Christopher Egan won both the men’s one- and three-meter competitions with scores of 294.9 and 300.68 respectively. Fellow senior Amanda McGraw took top honors in the women’s one-meter event (253.43) while freshman Jade Liguori captured the three-meter event (240.48).
Other Bearcat winners on the men’s side included sophomore Robert Reining in the 50 free (22.07), sophomore Xiaoyu Lin in the 200 breast (2:06.94), junior Zachary Ciriaco in the 100 free (9:48.12) and sophomore Liam Murphy in the 500 free (4:47.65).
The other women’s first-place finisher was freshman Lauren Kuzma, who won the 200 breast (2:23.16).
“I thought our teams competed well at both ends of the pool,” head coach Jerry Cummiskey said. “On the boards, our divers continued to impress, winning all four events with multiple personal-best scores. On the swimming end, we competed well for where we are in our training . A majority of our swims today were season bests and we are heading in the right direction.
Binghamton returns home to host Colgate on Friday at 5 pm