Swimming: Army results at Patriot League championships

Patriot League championships
(at Navy, Feb. 14-16, 2018)

Men
Team: 1. Navy 720.5 points; 2. Army 540.5; 3. Bucknell 283; 4. Boston 281.5; 5. Loyola (Md.) 213.5; 6. Lehigh 182.5; 7. Colgate 129.5; 8. American 100; 9. Lafayette 88; 10. Holy Cross 83.
Army results
200-yard medley relay: 2. Army (Josh Sembrano, Sr.; Brady Almand, So.; Johnny Ellery, So.; Brandon McCredie, Jr.) 1:27.83
3-meter diving: 3. Hudson Kay (So.) 330.10 points; 7. Michael Burke (Fr.) 229.70; 8. Andrew Mizell (Fr.) 208.10
800 freestyle relay: 2. Army (Peter Mikheyev, So.; Evin Rude, Sr.; Graham Ungrady, Fr.; Tom Ottman, Jr.) 6:28.61
500 freestyle: 3. Tom Ottman (Jr.) 4:21.71; 8. Graham Ungrady (Fr.) 4:29.92
200 IM: 1. Peter Mikheyev (So.) 1:46.09; 10. Brian McKenrick (Fr.) 1:48.96; 12. Jay Yang (Jr.) 1:50.19; 13. Johnny Ellery (So.) 1:50.33; 15. Jason Rodriguez (Sr.) 1:51.65
50 freestyle: 1. Brandon McCredie (Jr.) 20.15; 2. Evin Rude (Sr.) 20.25; 7. Nate Hein (So.) 20.45; 9. Hogan Harper (So.) 20.63
400 medley relay: 2. Army (Josh Sembrano, Sr.; Brady Almand, So.; Kevin Doo, So.; Evin Rude, Sr.) 3:15.01
400 IM: 5. Jay Yang (Jr.) 3:53.17; 6. James Bilbrey (Fr.) 3:54.35; 8. Andrew Blomquist (So.) 3:56.93
100 butterfly: 3. Kevin Doo (So.) 47.80; 4. Johnny Ellery (So.) 48.20; 6. Jason Rodriguez (Sr.) 48.68; 9. Brandon McCredie (Jr.) 49.05; 10. Nate Hein (So.) 49.25; 14. Josh Sembrano (Sr.) 49.80
200 freestyle: 2. Evin Rude (Sr.) 1:36.77; 7. Peter Mikheyev (So.) 1:37.53; 8. Tom Ottman (Jr.) 1:38.35; 10. Graham Ungrady (Fr.) 1:38.88
100 breaststroke: 4. Ty Dang (So.) 54.94; 7. Brady Almand (So.) 55.51
100 backstroke: 3. Brian McKenrick (Fr.) 48.73; 6. Josh Sembrano (Sr.) 49.08
1-meter diving: 4. Hudson Kay (So.) 275.25 points; 6. Michael Burke (Fr.) 254.10; 7. Andrew Mizell (Fr.) 236.15
200 freestyle relay: 2. Army (Brandon McCredie, Jr.; Evin Rude, Sr.; Nate Hein, So.; Hogan Harper, So.) 1:20.01

Women
Team: 1. Navy 602.5 points; 2. Army 387; 3. Lehigh 354; 4. Bucknell 260; 5. Boston 255; 6. Loyola (Md.) 188.5; 7. Colgate 130; 8. American 101; 9. Holy Cross 86; 10. Lafayette 75
Army results
200-yard medley relay: 2. Army (Ceclia Croman, Jr.; Kara Wineinger, Jr.; Madison Berg, Fr.; Nicole Parry, So.) 1:41.63
800 freestyle relay: 5. Army (Meaghan McGovern, Jr.; Sabrina Mortell, Sr.; Whitney Chang, Fr.; Sidney Evans, Jr.) 7:31.19
500 freestyle: 6. Sabrina Mortell (Sr.) 4:53.81
200 IM: 12. Whitney Chang (Fr.) 2:04.31; 14. Sidney Evans (Jr.) 2:04.63; 16. Jo Marsh (So.) 2:06.01
50 freestyle: 1. Bailey Smith (Jr.) 23.08; 9. Madison Berg (Fr.) 23.53; 10. Nicole Parry (So.) 23.61; 12. Jenna Forrester (Jr.) 23.62; 15. Nneka Pilgrim (So.) 23.87
1-meter diving: 2. Serica Hallstead (So.) 267.55 points; 8. Heather Yoshii (Fr.) 227.30; 11. Kathryn Seyer (So.) 218.25
400 medley relay: 3. Army (Ceclia Croman, Jr.; Kara Wineinger, Jr.; Whitney Chang, Fr.; Bailey Smith, Jr.) 3:41.97
400 IM: 7. Meaghan McGovern (Jr.) 4:25.64; 8. Sidney Evans (Jr.) 4:27.32; 9. Sabrina Mortell (Sr.) 4:24.35; 11. Marie Docken (Fr.) 4:28.08
100 butterfly: 1. Whitney Chang (Fr.) 53.59; 13. Cecelia Croman (Jr.) 56.05; 16. Madison Berg (Fr.) 56.62
200 freestyle: No Army swimmers in finals
100 breaststroke: 3. Kara Wineinger (Jr.) 1:02.87; 7. Margaret Ireland (Sr.) 1:04.24; 8. Rebecca Morel (Fr.) 1:04.59; 9. Jess Ambrose (Jr.) 1:04.66
100 backstroke: 1. Cecelia Croman (Jr.) 54.29; 4. Bailey Smith (Jr.) 55.05;8. Kim Sembrano (Jr.) 56.64; 11. Jo Marsh (So.) 56.40
200 freestyle relay: 3. Army (Bailey Smith, Jr.; Madison Berg, Fr.; Nicole Parry, So.; Jenna Forrester, Jr.) 1:32.79

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