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Men’s Swim and Dive Splits at Tri-Meet

Nov. 1, 2014

BUFFALO – The Army men’s swim and dive team defeated Buffalo 202-151 and lost to Michigan State 188.5-164.5 in the final day of competition at the tri-meet.

“This was a great investment and event for our team across the board,” said head coach Mickey Wender. “We got a lot out of coming to this wonderful facility and had two great teams to race against. We came together as a team, learned about ourselves and to saw our potential as a program this season.”

Firstie Will Viana had a successful day finishing atop three consecutive races for the Black Knights. He was part of the 400 medley relay team which placed third with a time of 3:24.54. He then placed second in back-to-back races after clocking a 4:05.61 in the 400 IM 1:52.63 in the 200 back.

Chris Szekely claimed first in the 100 free after recording a 45.53. Austin Kong had a 50.13 in the 100 fly and Colin Kanzari clocked a 2:06.15 in the 200 breast. Both Kong and Kanzari had second place finishes.

Army won the 400 free relay in 3:04.12 with a team of Szekely, Adam Sjoholm, Michael Dustin and Viana.

Josh Urnezis led the Black Knights in the 3-meter dive and scored a 234.90. Seth Nordell tallied 184.45 points and Edward Emery had 159.

Army hosts its first home meet of the year on Friday, Nov. 7 when it faces Iona and Columbia at 6 p.m.

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