Terriers Take Home 25 Wins in Sweep of Fordham

Terriers Take Home 25 Wins in Sweep of Fordham


BOSTON - The Boston University men's and women's swimming and diving teams went head-to-head with Fordham Saturday afternoon at the Competition Pool and came away with a sweep of the Rams.

The men's team earned a 190-107 victory over Fordham while the women left the pool with a 191-109 win.

The Terriers came away with 25 first place victories on the day, 12 on the women's side and 13 for the men.


Individually, Erin Nabney continued the undefeated streak in 2015-16 winning all four events that she was a part of on the day. Nabney began the meet as a part of the BU 200 medley relay 'A' team the finished with a 1:45.65 time and a win in the day's first race. She continued on to take the 100-Breast (1:05.38), 200-Breast (2:20.53) and the 200-IM (2:04.41).

In addition to four other Terrier won events on the day, three winning multiple events during the meet. Julimar Avila started the day setting a personal best in the 200-Fly with a time of 1:02.80. She followed that performance up with a first place finish in the 100-Fly at 55.90.

Steph Nasson swept the long-distance freestyle events during the meet winning the 1,000-Free at 10:14.39 and the 500-Free in 5:02.92. Mika Spencer won the sprint free events with times of 1:51.80 in the 200-Free and 52.42 in the 100-Free.

Nikki Bookwalter came away with a 200-Back victory, touching the wall in 2:03.66.

The day concluded with a 400-Free relay victory as Isabella Olivares, Avila, Christy Wilde, and Spencer rounded the day out with a 3:31.63 finish on the women's side.


The men's day began much like that of the women with a 200 medley relay victory finishing in 1:33.72 and then concluded in the same fashion as the women with a 400-Free relay win in 3:10.08.

In between, Trevor Winans came away with the first individual victory on the day for the Terrier men with a 1:41.38 finish in the 200-Free.

Mun Hon Lee took home the most indivudal wins of any Terrier male swimmer bringing home first in the 100-Back (51.36), 200-Back (1:52.30) and the 100-Fly (50.73).

Brian Habacivich was next, sweeping the sprint frees with a 21.50 first-place finish in the 50-Free and a 47.80 win in the 100-Free.

Zack Woo earn a 100-Breast victory, clocking in with a time of 58.00, just a shade off of his personal best time of 57.97 while Daniel Andronov earned the win in the 200-Breast in 2:08.32.

Garrett Chin took home the final win in the individual races with a 1:52.27 finish in the 200-IM. Also, while not wininng the 200-Fly, Chin finished with a personal best time of 1:48.87.

On the diving side, David Thiede began the day with a 3-meter dive victory with a score of 287.33 and Eric Mitchell rounded out the diving events with a 1-meter dive win finishing with a 240.68 result.

The Terriers return to the pool next Saturday, Nov. 14 in the Alumni Meet, but will return to competition the following weekend when they host the Terrier Invitational from Nov. 20-22 at the Competition Pool.

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