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Buffalo Swimming and Diving beats Ball State, McMaster

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After three competitions in four weekends, the Swimming and Diving season is about to slow way down until the second semester. In their final home appearance until mid-January, each team defeated McMaster handily, while the women also scored an easy win against MAC rival Ball State, 219.50 to 79.50.

By my count, UB swimmers set at least 50 new season bests on the day while winning more than two-thirds of the events. As usual, the event winners:


200 Medley Relay: Hudson Carroll, Mason Miller, Itai De La Vega, Antonio Lanzi; 1:31.33
200 Free Relay: Lanzi, Miller, De La Vega, Jon Ekas; 1:24.76

50 Free: Aaron Durrence, 21.43
100 Free: Lanzi, 46.09**
200 Free: Lanzi, 1:42.23**
1000 Free:
Charles Barry 9:27.33**

100 Back: Carroll, 51.58**
200 Back: Barry, 1:52.28**

100 Breast: Scott Huang, 56.11
200 Breast: Huang, 2:01.80**

100 Fly: Miller, 51.01
200 Fly: Billy Patrum, 1:53.75

200 IM: Huang, 1:53.21**


200 Medley Relay: Julia Box, Alexis Valedon, Sarah Baxter, Megan Burns; 1:46.08
200 Free Relay: Eve Kosten, Catherine Schultheis, Baxter, Burns; 1:35.07

50 Free: Burns, 23.23**
100 Free: Burns, 50.62**
200 Free: Jess Powers 1:55.14
500 Free: Hannah Miller, 5:03.98
1000 Free: Miller, 10:29.62**

200 Back: Maddy Jacumski, 2:09.15

200 Breast: Cristina Czyrka, 2:21.91

100 Fly: Box, 56.35**
200 Fly: Box, 2:04.40**

The scores marked with double asterisks are team-wide season bests for the Bulls. UB's next in action on Halloween, when the women travel to Miami for a MAC dual against the RedHawks