Navy senior Justin Vagts won the men's 1,650 free Saturday night, his third individual victory of the three-day event and was named Male Swimmer of the Meet for the second year in a row. Navy senior Laura Gorinski captured her second straight Female Swimmer of the Meet honor after winning the 200 IM and sweeping the two breaststrokes.
Saturday's finals session began with Bucknell's Kelly Pontecorvo winning the women's 1,650 free. She time a 16:30.95 to win gold, while Navy's Rachel Dudley ran second in 16:51.96. Fellow Mid Ange Sawick took third in 16:56.40.
Bucknell picked up another gold on the women's side when Lauren Perry touched the wall first in 50.86 to capture the 100 free. Lehigh's Carolyn Koch impressed with a 50.99 for the silver, while Colgate's Sami Wary was one-hundredth of a second behind to settle for the bronze in third.
Hugh Davison won the men's 100 free with a first place time of 44.47, beating out Army's Chris Szekely, who took second with a 45.01 clocking. Third place when to another Black Knight in Dan Foky (45.28).
The final races of the championships were the 400 free relays. The Colgate women timed a 3:23.43 to claim the gold medal, while Navy's foursome was second in 3:24.79, and Bucknell's took the bronze in 3:28.13. 2b1af7f3a8