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Menís Swimming and Diving Drops Decision to N.C. State
Monday 10/26/2007  -  Duke Sports Information
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Raleigh, N.C. Ė The Duke men’s swimming and diving squad suffered a 217-82 loss to N.C. State in ACC action Friday night.

Junior diver Nick Campisano was one of the top performers on the men’s side. He came away with a victory in the three meter event with a score of 315.68. He was also second in the one meter dive with a score of 316.58.

The men’s 200 medley team finished second. The group of David Hahn, Jordan Charles, Nick Garvy and Andy Osterland combined for a time of 1:35.22. Hahn, Garvy, Osterland and Sean Smith had a second place finish in the 200 yard freestyle relay.

In the 200 freestyle event, Duke swimmers finished in three of the top four spots. Smith was second with a time of 1:43.89. Close behind were Spencer Booth in third and Osterland in fourth.

Eric Ness finished second in the 200 yard butterfly with a time of 1:55.15. In the 100 yard butterfly Garvy came in second with a time of 51.66. Smith also placed second with a time of 4:43.56 in the 500 yard freestyle.   

The men’s team will return to the pool next Saturday, November 3 when they travel to College Park, Md. for an ACC showdown with the Terps at 2 p.m.


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