Swimming & Diving vs. Bentley
Tuesday, January 14 | 6 p.m.
Morse Pool | Babson Park, Mass.
• The Babson men have gone 5-14 since 2001 against Bentley and have dropped six of their last seven dual meets against the Falcons.
• The Babson women enter Tuesday's competition looking for their first victory over Bentley since 1999.
• Despite combining for nine event wins and 11 second-place finishes, the Beavers were swept by Bentley in a dual meet on January 15, 2019, in Waltham, Mass.
• The Falcons defeated Babson, 169-84, in the women's half of the meet and posted a 187-109 result on the men's side.
• Senior Alex Damiecki and sophomore Aaron Huynh combined for five first-place finishes for the Babson men, while Tessa Amoroso '19 won both the 1- and 3-meter diving events for the Babson women.
SCOUTING THE FALCONS
• The Bentley women (7-0) defeated Connecticut College, 152-142, to win their 28th straight dual meet on Saturday.
• Seniors Caroline Logozzo (1-meter diving) and Ariana Revelas (100 breast, 200 breast) and sophomore Lucy Slowe (500 free, 1000 free) all won two events apiece for the Falcons, who finished first in eight of 16 events overall.
• The Bentley men (6-1) saw their 39-meet winning streak come to an end in a 160-138 loss to Connecticut College.
• Sophomores Owen Busser and Jeremy Glick won the 1- and 3-meter diving events, respectively, while junior Paul Homorodean (100 butterfly) and sophomore Mark Zoda (50 free) both added victories in the swimming events.
SCOUTING THE BEAVERS
• The Babson women (7-4) are coming off a 183-88 loss at Wheaton on Saturday.
• First-year Madeleine Green won the 50 backstroke, sophomore Elizabeth Demoine was first in the 50 butterfly and second in the 100 butterfly, and first-year Angela Li placed second in the 400 IM and fourth in both the 200 free and 100 breaststroke for the Beavers.
• The Babson men (8-1) won 12 of 16 events on the way to defeating the Lyons for the third year in a row, 160-110, on Saturday.
• Damiecki (50 butterfly, 100 butterfly), Huynh (50 free, 100 free) and first-year Charles Wang (200 free, 400 IM) each won two events apiece for the Green and White.
NEWMAC RECOGNITION FOR DAMIECKI
• After winning two events against Wheaton and setting season-best times on the way to finishing first in the 100 butterfly (49.66) and 200 butterfly (1:55.72) last Friday against Coast Guard, Damiecki was selected as the league's swimmer of the week on Monday.
• As the Green and White enters its final three dates of regular season competition, both the men's and women's squads are chasing some of the best dual meet records in program history.
• The women enter Tuesday's meet just one win shy of last year's total and two wins shy of the school record of nine victories set back in 1991-92.
• The Babson men need just one victory in their final three meets to reach the nine-win mark for the third year in a row for the first time since 2000-01 to 2002-03.
WHAT'S UP NEXT
• After completing their third meet in five days on Tuesday night, the Beavers will be off until hosting Roger Williams and Eastern Connecticut State in their home finale on Saturday, January 25.