The Boston University men's swimming & diving team continued the Terrier Invitational on Saturday at the Competition Pool with both Garrett Chin
and Trevor Winans
collecting a win.
Through 14 events, Army remains atop the standings at 746 points with Boston College close behind at 718. The Terriers own a sizable lead over UMass, 495-493, for third with Bridgeport (277) and Fairfield (50) rounding out the list.
, Daniel Andronov
, Oliver Maarse
and Brian Habacivch
got the Terriers off to a strong start with a second-place finish in in the 200-yard medley relay, missing out on first to BC by just 0.08 seconds. Andronov later came up just short in the 100 breast at 55.19, missing out on first by 0.25 seconds to Army's Joe Daniels. Smith also reached an individual championship final in the 100 fly with a seventh-place time of 49.85,
Chin collected BU's first win of the night with a first-place finish in the 400 IM at 3:53.57, 0.22 seconds ahead of BC's Taylor Cortens. Winans added the second in the 200 free at 1:38.38, as he rallied from an early deficit to beat Army's Evin Rude by 0.54 seconds.
BU demonstrated its depth in the 3-meter diving competition, as three Terriers finished in the top six. Cameron Schoffstall
took second at 257.60, while Eric Mitchell
(247.95) and David Thiede
(239.85) placed third and sixth, respectively, as BC's Cole Maltesta prevailed with a score of 340.50.
Winans, Judson Balding
, Alex Ewart
and Tommy Hagerty
ended the night with an eighth-place result in the 800 free relay.
The Terriers will conclude the Terrier Invitational on Sunday (Nov. 20) with prelims beginning at 10 a.m.