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Towson Steals Win From Lafayette Men's Swimmers

Lafayette falls short by five points in the non-conference meet.



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Nov. 15, 2000

TOWSON, Md. - The Lafayette men's swimming and diving team traveled to Towson on Wednesday to meet the Tigers but fell short at Burdick Pool, 123-118.

The Leopards (1-2) got strong first place performances from freshmen Janis Eisl (Philadelphia, Pa./Friends Central) and Steven Berkowitz (Scotch Plains, N.J./Scotch Plains Fanwood) in the 100-meter free and 200-meter individual medley, respectively. Berkowitz also won the 200-meter butterfly while Janis finished second to teammate Matt Haggerty (Delran, N.J./Holy Cross) in the 500-meter freestyle.

Senior captain Mike Sanda (Tokyo, Japan/St. Mary's) swept the one- and three-meter diving competitions and sophomore teammate Justin Gaudreau (Wethersfield, Conn./Wethersfield) finished second in both events.

The Tigers came out on top in the relays to secure the win, improving their record to 4-1 this season.

Lafayette faces its first league opponent this season when it hosts Lehigh on Friday at 7 p.m.

Final Score: Lafayette - 118
Towson - 123

Individual Results

400 Medley Relay
1. Towson - 3:39.06
2. Towson
3. Lafayette

1000 Free
1. Haggerty (LC) - 10:12.26
2. Cavallaro (TU)
3. Hahn (TU)

200 Free
1. Eisle (LC) - 1:48.09
2. Miller (TU)
3. Beaver (TU)

50 Free
1. Wereanborn (TU) - 20.99
2. Bateman (LC)
3. Dajistram (TU)

200 IM
1. Berkowitz (LC) - 1:59.25
2. Freedman (TU)
3. Serico (TU)

1M Diving
1. Sanda (LC) - 234.75
2. Gaudreau (LC)
3. King (TU)

200 Fly
1. Berkowitz (LC) - 1:57.08
2. Gregory (TU)
3. Gary (LC)

100 Free
1. Bateman (LC) - 49.60
2. Weisenhorn (TU)
3. Sherry (LC)

200 Back
1. Krause (TU) - 1:57.63
2. Hahn (TU)
3. Klein (LC)

500 Free
1. Haggerty (LC) 4:55.45
2. Eisl (LC)
3. Wilkinson (TU)

50 Free
1. Wersenborn (TU) - 21.99
2. Bateman (LC)
3. Dajistrom (TU)

200 Breast
1. Freedman (TU) - 2:13.89
2. Bateman (LC)
3. Trionfo (TU)

400 Free Relay
1. Towson - 3:14.97
2. Lafayette
3. Lafayette

 

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