Worcester, Mass. – Led by several program top ten performances, the Clark University men's swimming and diving team wrapped up their stay at the annual New England Women's And Men's Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) swimming and diving championships with 377 points – good for seventh place. MIT captured their sixth straight championship, racking up 1608.5 points over the four day event.
For the Cougars, Jack Hall (McLean, Va.) registered the third fastest time in school history with a time of 17:15.62 in the 1,650-yard freestyle – a time that led to a ninth place finish.
In the 200-yard backstroke, Mickey Howe (Lincoln, R.I.) blazed his way to the fourth fastest performance in school history with his time of 2:02.51 in the consolation final.
Clive Green (Portmore, Jamaica) just missed out on a school record with his consolation final showing in the 100-yard freestyle, posting a time of 47.69, good for third on the all-time school list.
For Mark Crisafulli (Wayland, Mass.), his time in the consolation final of the 200-yard breaststroke (2:02.27) was the third fastest of all-time, giving him two of the school's all-time top six in the event.
On the relay side, in the 400-yard freestyle relay, the foursome of Hall, Green, Josh Kent (Longmeadow, Mass.) and Alex Santos (Rye, N.H.) teamed up to notch the third fastest time in Clark history with a time of 3:15.31.