The Eagles drop to the military on Friday

WEST POINT, NY – Boston College’s swim and dive team fell short of the Army men’s and women’s team on Friday night.

The women’s team has amassed 148.5 points, trailing Army (151.5) just three points after the final event. On the men’s side, Army held a 91-point lead after winning the last three events to secure the 195-104 victory.

Anna Mae King won the three-meter dive with a score of 293.25, which met qualifying standards for this year’s NCAA DI Championships. Megan Kramer (1000 Free, 500 Free) and Kyle Floyd (200 Fly, 100 Fly) also put in a solid performance by winning two of their respective individual events.

Women Highlights:
1000 Free
1st – Megan Kramer (10:10.31)
500 Free
1st – Megan Kramer (4:55.76)
200 Back
1st – Adair Sand (2:00.58)
100 Back
1st – Lauren Sielicki (56.92)
200 MI
1st – Ella Derby (2:05.02)
200 Medley Relay
1st – Samantha Smith, Gigi Baldaci, Katie Drumm, Sofia Zinis (1:43.89)
200 free relays
1st – Sofia Zinis, Gigi Baldaci, Kelly ScottKatie Drum (1:33.97)
1m Diving
2nd – Livy Poulin (271.65)
3m dive
1st – Anna Mae King (293.25)

Highlights for men:
Mixed 500 Free
1st – Zack Yakubik (4:39.59)
200 Fly
1st – Kyle Floyd (1:49.97)
100 Flight
1st – Kyle Floyd (49.47)
200 MI
1st – Jack Doyle (1:50.54)
200 Medley Relay
2nd – Michael Horkan, Jack Doyle, Matt SzekelyDarien Betances (1:30.90)
200 free relays
2nd – Roger BrownCharles Bruce, Ryan MathisDarien Betances (1:23.26)
1m Diving
2nd – Angus Williams (291.68)
3m dive
2nd – Dale Nickerson (306.83)

The Eagles travel to Atlanta, Georgia to take on Georgia Tech and Pitt in a three-way meet on Nov. 5 at 11:00 a.m.

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