Men’s swimming and diving topped Holy Cross, 193-96.
Will Layden broke two program records in the Friars’ last home meeting of the season.
Providence, RI – The Providence College men’s swimming and diving team hosted Holy Cross in the team’s last home meet of the season. The Brothers set four program records en route to defeat the Crusaders, 173-96. McGovern Brown, Kevin Hood, Justin viotto, and Andrew Ferrell opened the competition with a program record of 3: 53.11 in the 400-meter medley relay. Will Layden set new records in the 100-meter freestyle (51.97) and 100-meter backstroke (57.78). In the last meet of the day – the 400-meter freestyle relay – Will Layden, Preston Jennings, Max smith and Jacob Conway improved the team’s record by hitting the wall in 3: 33.75.
Providence 173, Sainte-Croix 96
Taylor Natatorium | Providence, RI
The best pavers
-400 meters medley relay | McGovern Brown, Kevin Hood, Justin viotto, Andrew Ferrell | 3: 53.11 | 1st
-800 meters freestyle | Nick Garrepy | 8: 51.62 | 1st
-200 meters freestyle | Justin viotto | 1: 57.96 | 1st
-100 meters back | Will Layden | 57.78 | 1st
-100 meters breaststroke | Kevin Hood | 1: 04.63 | 1st
-200 butterfly meters | Cristian Twyman | 2: 09.03 | 1st
-50 meters freestyle | Philippe goeckel | 23.98 | 1st
-1 meter dive | Griffin conley | 216.98 | 1st
-100 meters freestyle | Andrew Ferrell | 53.13 | 1st
-200 meters back | McGovern Brown | 2: 12.26 | 1st
-200 meters breaststroke | Parker Keller | 2: 26.71 | 1st
-400 meters freestyle | Nick Garrepy | 4: 18.74 | 1st
-100 meters butterfly | Matthieu michaels | 58.28 | 1st
-200 meters IM | Andrew Ferrell | 2: 13.46 | 1st
-400 meters freestyle | Will Layden, Preston Jennings, Max smith, Jacob Conway | 3: 33.75 | 1st
The brothers are back in action on Wednesday April 7 for the BIG EAST Championships in Geneva, Ohio.
– Come on brothers! –