BUFFALO, N.Y. After seven events, Geneseo leads the men with 326 points and the women with 365 points in the team standings of the State University of New York Athletic Conference (SUNYAC) swimming and diving championships.
The Geneseo team of Mitchell Phelps, Kaz Sampson, Scott Guyton and Jeff Doser broke both the conference and meet records in the 400 yard medley relay finishing in a time of 3:22.54 Thursday night.
200 Freestyle Relay/Geneseo; Derek Secord, Scott Guyton, Harry Harkins, Jeff Doser (1:22.53)
500 Freestyle/Matt Mattera, Geneseo (4:41.61)
200 Individual Medley/Cooper Knapp, New Paltz (1:50.46)
50 Freestyle/Connor Mergler, Buffalo State (20.78)
400 Medley Relay/Geneseo; Mitchell Phelps, Kaz Sampson, Scott Guyton and Jeff Doser (3:22.54)
The Geneseo 200 freestyle relay team of Noelle Staso, Kaitlin Doherty, Natalie Lacourt, Deidra Osula broke the meet record touching the wall in 1:35.14.
200 Freestyle Relay/Geneseo; Noelle Staso, Kaitlin Doherty, Natalie Lacourt, Deidra Osula (1:35.14)
500 Freestyle/Nancy Nasky, Geneseo (5:01.27)
200 Individual Medley/Lauren Siegel, Geneseo (2:06.31)
50 Freestyle/Nicole Lee, New Paltz (23.93)
1 Meter Dive/Meghann Kilgallon, Geneseo (456.35)
400 Medley Relay/Geneseo; Natalie Lacourt, Noelle Staso, Lauren Siegel and Sydney Ng (3:54.44)
The Buffalo Niagara Sports Commission presented the SUNYAC with a check Thursday night to show their support for the SUNYAC men's and women's swimming and diving championships. The SUNYAC would like to thank the Buffalo Niagara Sports Commission for their continued support. The championship continues Friday with prelims starting at 10 a.m. and finals at 5:30 p.m.