Minutemen Remain On Track For Sixth Straight A-10 Crown
Feb. 24, 2012
AMHERST, Mass. -
The men kicked off the day with record setting finish in the 500-yard freestyle, as Chris Inglis took second with a time of 4:27.52. His time was good enough to knock off Drew Donovan's record set during the 1985-86 season. Joey Sbordon came in behind Inglis with a time of 4:28.71. Kyle Jennings took seventh touching with a time of 4:37.23.
The Minutemen had four swimmers score in the 200 IM led by Troy Nichols who took seventh with a time of 1:53.15. He was followed closely by Ryan Bobianski in eighth (1:53.62), Michael Glenn in eleventh (1:53.50), and Timmy O'Neill in twelfth (1:53.53).
In the A-final of the 50-yard freestyle John Conway took seventh with a time of 21.17. In the B-final, Peter Sacco finished with a time of 20.87 good for tenth in the event. He was followed up by Eric Ziemetz in twelfth with a time of 21.18.