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10 Different Falcons Post Victories as Bentley Rolls Past Bridgewater State, 141-100

10 Different Falcons Post Victories as Bentley Rolls Past Bridgewater State, 141-100

WALTHAM, Mass. -- Ten different Falcons, including senior Matt Cesaro (Avon, Conn./Avon HS), recorded victories in individual events as the Bentley University men's swimming and diving team captured every event en route to a 141-100 victory over Bridgewater State Tuesday night at the Dana Center pool. With the win, the Falcons finish their dual record at 8-2.

Cesaro, swimming at home for the final time, took the 200 yard freestyle in 2:00.64, the 100 breaststroke in 1:10.26 and the 100 individual medley in 1:00.93. He also anchored the Falcons' winning 200 medley relay team that finished in 1:45.28.

Providing two wins apiece was sophomore George Go (Manila, Philippines), touched the wall first in the 50 backstroke (26.50 seconds) and the 50 butterfly (25.38).

Also winning freestyle events for the Falcons were senior Egen Ouellette (West Hartford, Conn./Conard HS) in the 50 (22.84), classmate Chris Horan (Hanover/Boston College HS) in the 100 (51.83), junior Erik Stricker (Long Valley, N.Y./West Morris Central HS) in the 500 (5:13.35) and junior Taylor Smolik (Wenham/St. John's Prep) in the 1000 (11:47.11).

Completing the list of Bentley winners were senior Jon Andrews (Southbury, Conn./Pomperaug HS) in the three-meter dicing (273.90), junior Mike Walsh (South Salem, N.Y./John Jay HS) in the three-meter (258.12), sophomore Keron Brown (Elmsford, N.Y./Iona Prep) in the 50 breaststroke (31.37), junior David Curran (Danbury, Conn./Danbury HS) in the 100 fly (59.11) and sophomore Tyler Champagne (Orange, Conn./Amity Regional HS) in the 100 back (59.89).

Bentley is off until the Northeast-10 Conference Championships, which will be held the first weekend in February at Southern Connecticut State.