Men's swimming & diving finishes fifth at NESCAC championships

Bowie Sievers '11
Bowie Sievers '11
Hamilton College finished in fifth place after the third and final day of the 2010 New England Small College Athletic Conference championships at Williams College's Muir-Samuelson Pool on Feb. 28.
Bowie Sievers ’11 finished in seventh place in the 1,650-yard freestyle with a time of 16:28.77. Tom Cyran ‘12 finished 13th in the same event in 17:00.38.
In the 200 breaststroke, Jared Mereness ‘10 finished seventh in the championship final, touching the wall in 2:10.97. Chris DeConinck ’11 claimed third place in the 200 butterfly consolation final and 11th overall as he finished in 1:58.87.

In the 100 freestyle, Taylor Hogenkamp ’13 took fourth in the consolation final and 12th overall in 47.33 seconds. Hogenkamp recorded a time of 47.11 seconds in the preliminary heats. Jake DeConinck ‘11 followed him in fifth place in the consolation final and 13th overall with a time of 47.40 seconds. DeConinck recorded a time of 47.01 seconds in the prelims.
The Continentals finished with a team total of 757 points. Williams was first with 1,937.5 team points.
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