Thursday, April 24, 2014
By Steve Craig email@example.com
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SWIMMING AND DIVING
St. Michael's College first-year Catherine Tierney of Cape Elizabeth won the 500 and 1,000 freestyle races in a recent dual meet victory at Norwich. She was also part of the winning 400-yard freestyle relay.
In the men's meet, St. Michael's senior Andrew Marshall of Kittery (St. Thomas Aquinas of Dover, N.H.) won the 500 and 1,000 freestyles, and combined with sophomore Nathan Paluso of Windham and two others to win the 400 free relay. Paluso won the 50 back by 0.01 seconds. Earlier in the month, Marshall was named to the NE-10 weekly honor roll after winning a 1,650-yard freestyle by nearly a minute and coming within 12.01 seconds of the school mark.
• Keegan Goan of Westbrook is 12-0 this season in the 50- and 100-yard butterfly events for Elms College after winning both events Saturday against Regis College. Goan won the 100 butterfly in 55.48 seconds and the 50 fly in 24.62, placed second in the 200 IM (2:13.39), and helped anchor the winning 200 freestyle relay as Elms fell nine points short of a victory.
• Wheaton College freshman Daniel Spencer of North Yarmouth (Greely) was part of the winning 400-yard freestyle relay in a double dual meet with Worcester Polytechnic Institute and UMass-Dartmouth. Spencer also was second in the 100-yard freestyle (50.33 seconds). In an earlier dual meet against Babson, Kyle Wilson of Cumberland (Greely) joined Spencer in a 200-yard medley relay team that placed third.
TRACK AND FIELD
Haverford College freshman Fiona Hendry of South Portland (Cheverus) didn't take long to put her name in the school's record book. In her first track meet, Hendry won the 3,000 meters in 10 minutes, 0.08 seconds at the New York University Team Challenge. St. John's won the team competition. Hendry is coming off an All-America cross country season, placing 23rd in the NCAA Division III championships to lead her team to 13th overall.
• Wheaton freshman Sam Miklovich of Gray-New Gloucester was part of a 1,600 relay that placed ninth at the Joe Donahue Games at Boston and also was 13th in the 500- meter run in 1:10.07.
• Bates sophomore Colby Gail of Topsham (Mt. Ararat) won the weight throw at the USM Invitational by more than 2 feet with a toss of 47 feet, 1.5 inches and was sixth in the shot put. Teammate Jenny Snyder, a junior from Scarborough, was fourth in the triple jump and seventh in the long jump to help Bates finish third.
Regis College junior forward Claire Ramonas of Portland (Deering) was named the New England Collegiate Conference player of the week after averaging 13.3 points in three wins as Regis improved to 8-0 in the conference. In addition to her scoring, Ramonas averaged nine rebounds, and totaled eight assists and 11 steals. Through 15 games, Ramonas averaged 12.5 points and 6.7 rebounds.
n Bates senior Brianna Hawkins of South Portland is averaging 6.2 points and 4.8 rebounds. Sophomore Allaina Murphy of Poland Spring (Saint Dominic) is chipping in 5.6 points and 3.6 rebounds.
Bates senior Ed Bogdanovich of Portland had a game-high 21 points in Saturday's 74-67 loss to Tufts. Bogdanovich, at 6-foot-6, is averaging 12.7 points and 7.2 rebounds -- team highs -- for the Bobcats (7-12 overall, 2-5 in the NESCAC).
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