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February 25, 2012 / umbcdawgblog

In the Air Tonight

Once again, it’s a championship session.  Once again, it’s different.  The packed bleachers and focused athletes are nothing new, yet six hours ago seems like last year.

McKenney, Miller, Pavelkova and Ronning - 200 free relay champs

Heading into the night session,. UMBC’s men (284 pts.) sit just a point behind Boston U. (285 pts.) for the top spot in the standings.  The women are in third (233 pts.) behind only Boston U. (256 pts.) and New Hampshire (238.5 pts.)

We’re starting off with the 400 IM.  For the women, Patty Hallberg won the consolation heat.  Jennifer Kotonias and Tara Morrissett take third and fifth, respectively.

In the men’s consolation heat, Mike McGee takes fifth and Rob Breen sixth.  In the first championship event for the men, John Mendenhall finishes sixth and Charlie Melesh seventh.

6:45 p.m.

Men

1.  Boston U. – 346 pts.

2.  UMBC – 316 pts.

Women

1.  Boston U. 306 pts.

2. UMBC – 272 pts.

7:05 p.m.

Men

1.  Boston U. – 416 pts.

2.  UMBC – 347 pts.

Women

1.  Boston U. – 344 pts.

2.  UNH – 308.5 pts.

3.  UMBC – 305 pts.

8:00 p.m.

Men

1.  Boston U. 515 pts.

2.  UMBC – 443 pts.

Women

1.  Boston U. – 397 pts.

2.  UMBC – 384 pts.

8:20 p.m.

Men

1.  Boston U. – 564 pts.

2.  UMBC – 506 pts.

Women

1.  Boston U. – 444 pts.

2.  UMBC – 432 pts.

Final Standings after Day 3

Men

1.  Boston U. – 628 pts.

2.  UMBC – 612 pts.

Women

1.  Boston U. – 476 pts.

2.  UMBC – 472 pts.

Updated standings to come.

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