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Men's Swimming & Diving


Stags Increase Lead At SCIAC Championships

CMS extended their lead on the second day of the 2010 SCIAC Swimming & Diving Championships at Long Beach. CMS has 745.5 points and are now 153 points ahead of their main rivals, the University of Redlands. The Stags won only two of the eight events, but continued to stockpile points with their depth.

Andrew Fevery (FR, Laguna Niguel) won 3 meter diving to add to his 1 meter win yesterday. Austin Hallett (SO, Bainbridge Island, WA [pictured]) won the 100 butterfly. Second place finishers for the Stags included the team of Hallett, Brad Perfect (FR, San Ramon) Brendan Huss (SO, Omaha, NE) and Ryan Kristensen (JR, Saugus) in the 200 medley relay, Jordan Lieberman (FR, Princeton, NJ) in the 400 individual medley, Huss in the 100 fly, Andrew Cosentino (JR, Greenwich, CT) in the 200 free, Perfect in the 100 breast, Hallett in the 100 back and the team of Blake Weber (FR, Redwood City), Jeff McNerney (SO, Paradise Valley, AZ), Cosentino and Stephen Andron (SR, Lafayette) in the 800 freestyle relay. Third place finishers included Phil Brady (FR, Tyngsboro, MA) in the 400 IM, Devin Bowers (FR, Sterling, VA) in the 100 fly, Andron in the 200 free and Weber in the 100 back.

The 800 free relay set a CMS record breaking a 25 year old record. NCAA qualifying marks were achieved by the 200 medley relay team, Fevery in 3m diving, Hallett in the 100 fly, Cosentino and Andron in the 200 free, Perfect in the 100 breast, Hallett and Weber in the 100 back and by the 800 free relay.