Men's Swimming

Massachusetts Dominates In The Pool On Saturday

Senior Chris Inglis won two races in his final meet at home.

Senior Chris Inglis won two races in his final meet at home.

Feb. 2, 2014

Complete Results

AMHERST, Mass. - Massachusetts won 12 events and scored the maximum points in six of them en route to a 176-103 Senior Day win over Fordham at the Joseph R. Rogers, Jr. Pool on Saturday.

Multiple winners for the Minutemen included Alessandro Bomprezzi, Chris Inglis and Hao Luong.

Bomprezzi was victorious in the both distance freestyle events, leading a pair of UMass sweeps. He also established himself as the fastest swimmer in the league at 1000 yards with a 9:19.68 on Saturday.

Inglis claimed the 100 and 200 free races, going wire-to-wire in each and winning the 200 in 1:38.40 - the top time in the A-10 this year.

Luong was also never challenged in the 100 and 200 back, with easy victories and a Minutemen sweep in the 200. His time of 1:48.31 in the 200 was a season-high and the fastest in the A-10 this year.

Josh Koppel opened the meet with a win in the 1-meter diving competition, as his 282.50 led a 1-2-3 finish for the Minutemen. Alex Walder and Robert Berry each went over 200 points as well.

Alex Mesisca out-touched teammates Michael Glenn and Jordan Guttrich to win the 100 breast in a time of 58.91.

Ben Sloan won the 200 fly with a 1:51.95 and Wixtor Karpinski came to the wall first in 21.28 to claim the 50 free.



Ryan Bobianski won gold in the 200 breast in 2:08.85, shaving nearly 10 seconds off his season top time.

UMass will be off until the 2014 Atlantic 10 Championships. The four-day meet will be held at the Spire Center in Geneva, Ohio, Feb. 19-22.


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