A trio of Clark University men’s swimmers and divers have been named to the New England Women’s And Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) Academic All-Conference team it was announced earlier this week by Executive Director Patrick Summers.
Highlighted by the 200-yard freestyle relay foursome registering a podium finish, the Clark University men’s swimming and diving team wrapped up its second day of action at the 2017 NEWMAC Championships.
Highlighted by a podium finish from both their 800-yard freestyle relay squad and Steven Castiglione (North Haven, Conn.), the Clark University men’s swimming and diving team wrapped up the first session of action at the 2017 NEWMAC Championships in sixth place.
Eddie McCluskey won the 200-yard freestyle as the Clark University men’s swimming and diving team wrapped up the home portion of their 2016-17 slate with the non-scoring Cougar Invitational on Saturday afternoon at the Kneller Center Pool.
In what continues to shape up into being one of the best male diving careers in Clark University history, Steven Castiglione set two new school records as the Cougars went head-to-head with Brandeis University, falling 188-96 in a non-league dual meet on Saturday afternoon at the Kneller Center Pool.
Four different student-athletes won individual events for Clark University but the Cougars suffered a 154-103 setback to crosstown and New England Women’s And Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) rival WPI on Wednesday evening.
Four different Clark University student-athletes won individual events but in the end it wasn’t enough as New England Women’s And Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) rival Coast Guard posted a 172-90 win in men’s swimming action on Saturday at the Kneller Center Pool.
Clark University senior Eddie McCluskey (Hope, Maine) had a pair of second-place finishes and several others had strong performances but the Cougars dropped a 170-64 decision to Wheaton College in a men’s swimming dual meet hosted by Mount Holyoke College on Thursday afternoon.
For the first time in his record-breaking career, Clark University junior diver Steven Castiglione (West Haven, Conn.) has been named the New England Women’s And Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) men’s diver of the week it was announced on Monday afternoon by league executive director Patrick Summers.
Diving sensation Steven Castiglione (West Haven, Conn.) won both the diving events but it was Trinity College that came out on top, besting the Cougars, 161-69 in Clark University’s first home meet of the year on Saturday afternoon at the Kneller Center Pool.
The Clark University men’s swimming and diving wrapped up its weekend-long stay at the Gompei Invitational taking a tenth place finish on Sunday evening combining for 293 points with the women’s program.
Despite a host of top five individual finishes, visiting Clark University dropped a 161-69 decision to New England Women’s And Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) rival Babson College on Saturday afternoon at Morse Swimming Pool.
Julian Ortega (West Palm Beach, Fla.) won two events and Steven Castiglione (North Haven, Conn.) won two more but the Clark men’s swimming and diving team dropped a 133.5-105.5 decision to host Bridgewater State on Saturday afternoon.
On Tuesday evening the Clark University men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams joined forces with the Worcester Boys and Girls Club to take part in the annual Ted Mullin “Leave It In The Pool” Hour of Power.
The 2016-17 Clark University men’s swimming season kicks off in earnest on Saturday, October 22 with a visit to the Roger Williams Invitational. With a roster loaded with underclassmen, the Cougars will rely heavily on their trio of seniors for leadership.
Both the men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams at Clark University have earned College Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) Scholar All-America Team honors for the 2016 spring semester it was announced by Executive Director Joel Shinofield.
In conjunction with the University-wide initiative, Clark University student-athletes take part in the "It's On Us" pledge, making a personal commitment to help keep women and men safe from sexual assault. It is a promise not to be a bystander to the problem, but to be a part of the solution. The video is produced by Carlos Deschamps '16.
The student-athletes featured have been named to their respective sport's NEWMAC Academic All-Conference team. In order to be selected, stuudent-athletes need to be of sophomore standing, appear in 50 percent of their team's contest and have a cumulative GPA of 3.50.