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Rowan Women and Men Swim Teams Champs of NJAC

NJAC CHAMPS! Rowan Women's Team Defeats TCNJ, 157-139, to Capture Conference Crown

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GLASSBORO, NJ -- The Rowan Women's Swimming & Diving Team captured the New Jersey Athletic Conference Championship with a 157-139 win over The College of New Jersey on Saturday.

The Profs win their 14th overall title and fifth in the last six seasons as the team did not compete in 2020-21. The NJAC crowns its champions through regular-season competition among the schools. Rowan went 4-0-1 in NJAC action this season.

COMPLETE RESULTS

Individually, Rowan had two swimmers win three events each. Veronica Alferez claimed first with a season-best in the 200 free (1:57.99) and also won the 500 free (5:19.28) while Jordan McChesney hit a season-best time in both the 50 free (24.18) and the 100 free (52.80). Alferez and McChesney joined Elizabeth Jones and Kylie Salerno in the 400 free relay to clock in with a season-best time of 3:38.96.

Emma Padros and Bella Stefanowicz captured two events apiece as well. Padros was victorious in the 1000 free (11:04.33), eking out a season best time, and the 200 backstroke (2:13.82) with Stefanowicz winning the 100 back (1:09.65), and putting up a season best time in the 200 breaststroke (2:31.18).

The team will host its final dual meet of the season on Saturday, February 5th, as the Profs welcome Merchant Marine to the Tony Lisa Natatorium.

NJAC CHAMPS! Men's Swimming & Diving Posts 167-133 Win Over TCNJ to Win Title

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GLASSBORO, NJ -- The Rowan Men's Swimming & Diving Team defeated The College of New Jersey, 167-133, on Saturday afternoon to claim the New Jersey Athletic Conference Championship.


It is the 18th title in program history and fifth in the last six season. The team did not compete in 2020-21. The conference awards its champion through regular-season competition amongst the schools. The 19th-ranked (CSCAA) Profs finished with a perfect 4-0 league mark.

COMPLETE RESULTS

Kevin Gillooly led the charge with three individual wins and another in the relay. Gillooly was first in the 100 backstroke (50.83), 100 free (45.01), and 100 fly (49.50). He teamed up with Greg CannAndrew Fenton, and Dylan Regan to capture the 200 medley relay in a time of 1:32.94.

Tobias Cahnbley won two events as well, taking first in the 1000 free (9:42.03) and the 200 backstroke (1:50.86), both season bests.

Fenton also was first in the 50 free with a season-best time (20.95). Other first-place finishers on the day included Joe Rucci in the 200 butterfly (1:52.86), and Alex Volin in the 500 free (4:46.48).

The team will host its final dual meet of the season on Saturday, February 5th, as the Profs welcome Merchant Marine to the Tony Lisa Natatorium.

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