BRUNSWICK — Both the Bowdoin College men’s and women’s swim teams hosted the University of Maine in a non-scoring duel meet on Saturday afternoon.

Bowdoin had several top-places finishes.

In the men’s meet, Stephen Pastoriza and JR Chansakul finished 1-2 in the 200- yard freestyle with times of 1:50.57 and 1:50.79, respectively. Logan House took a first-place finish in the 50 free, turning in a 22.43. House also tallied a top finish in the 100 butterfly (53.27). Bowdoin captured the top two spots in the 200 IM with Daniel Williams (2:03.82) and Gabriel Siwady (2:08.82) touching the wall. Mitch Ryan took first in both diving events, compiling 273.22 points in the 3-meter and 253.87 in the 1-meter. Bowdoin finished 1-4 in the 100 backstroke as Nathan Garner turned in the fastest time of 56.10. Karl Sarier finished the 100 IM in 54.62 to take first. The Polar Bears went 1-2-3 in the 100 backstroke paced by John Lagasse (1:00.51).

The Bowdoin relay team of Lyle Anderson, Lloyd Anderson, Eli Bass and Chansakul finished first in the 400 free relay (3:21.57).

Caroline Watt captured a victory in the 500 free, finishing in 5:17.39, to highlight the women’s meet. Lela Garner completed the 200 yard IM in 2:16.44 for first, Christine Anderson finished first in both diving events, compiling 255.37 points in the 3- meter and 233.85 points in the 1-meter. Ally Fromson-Ho was the only competitor to break the minute mark in the 100 butterfly, finishing in 59.92. Mariah Rawding took first in the 100 IM (1:01.71) followed by Fromson-Ho (1:02.69).

Rawding was joined by Caty Hanson to finish 1-2 in the 100 backstroke, finishing in 1:09.10 and 1:15.74, respectively.

Indoor track

Bowdoin began its indoor season at Farley Field House on Saturday with the men placing first and women taking fourth overall in a five-team field.

In the men’s meet, the Polar Bears racked up 191 points to defeat RPI (184), WPI (168), Wheaton (10) and UMF (6). WPI took the women’s meet with 167.5 points to defeat RPI (154.5), Wheaton (133), the Polar Bears (128) and UMF (1).

The Polar Bear men were impressive, winning several individual events. On the track, John Keneally won the 600-meters (1:24.05), Conor Donahue took the 800 (2:00.82), Nicholas Walker won the 5,000 (15:23.28) and Nathaniel Kent took the 60 hurdles (8.72). The 4×800 relay team of Myles Caldwell, Connor Rocket, Christian Heath and Matt Jacobson took first in 8:20.17.

In the field, Stephan DeCarlo placed first in the long jump (22-01) and Brian Greenberg won the triple jump (46-03.25).

Joseph Staudt posted 4,062 points to earn the win in the heptathlon for Bowdoin. Despite finishing fourth, the women’s team had several individual winners. Meghan Bellerose won the 800 (2:21.43), while Sarah Kelley won the one-mile run (5:08.97). Addison Carvajal swept all five events in winning the pentathlon with a score of 3,328 points.

In the field events, Katharine Krupp took the triple jump with a distance of 38- 00.75, while Pamela Zabala won the shot put with a throw of 38-05.75.

The Bowdoin Invitational II is up next for the Polar Bears as Bowdoin hosts Tufts, MIT, USM and Merrimack at Farley Field House this upcoming Saturday at 1 p.m.