Records Fall On Day Three Of NEWMAC Championships

Records Fall On Day Three Of NEWMAC Championships

Worcester, Mass. - For the second night in a row Clive Green shined brightly, turning in a school record performance while others posted top ten times and the Clark University men's swimming team found itself in seventh place on Day Three of the New England Women's And Men's Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) swimming and diving championships on Saturday.

Green blazed his way to a time of 52.47 in the 100-yard butterfly, besting his old mark of 52.68 which was set earlier this year. That time was good for eighth overall in the championship final.

Meanwhile, Jack Hall (McLean, Va.) finished fifth in the consolation final, touching the wall in 1:45.01, a time that is the third fastest time in school history.

On the relay side, the 200-yard medley relay foursome of Green, Alex Santos (Rye, N.H.), Josh Kent (Longmeadow, Mass.) and Lukas Leung (Germantown, Tenn.) finished seventh with a time of 1:41.64 – good for seventh in school history.

The Cougars wrap up the competition at the championships on Sunday. 

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