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Bona men swimmers second in A-10 meet

After sitting atop the leader board for two days, the Massachusetts men and Richmond women finished off championship performances to claim titles on Saturday at the Atlantic 10 Men's & Women's Swimming and Diving Championships at the Flickinger Center.

St. Bonaventure finished second among the men's teams while the Bona women were sixth.

St. Bonaventure ended the night on a high note winning the men's 400-yard freestyle relay in 3:00.94 with the team of Chris Baker, Jared Robinson, David Kundzik and Pat Henahan. Bona also got a first place from Mariusz Michalik in the 200 breaststroke (2:02.79).

Kundzik also finished second in the 100 freestyle in 45.50.

INDOOR TRACK: Sheena Adornato (Clarence) won the mile (5:31) and 1,000 meters (3:12) and ran on the winning 4x800 relay to lead Erie Community College to its first NJCAA Region III indoor track and field championship since 1996.

Kylie Reach (Maryvale) won the 400 in 1:06 and ran on the 4x800 relay with Adornato, Elyse Cramer (Sweet Home) and Sam Gray (Kenmore West). Jessica Campas (JFK) of the Kats won the 60 in 8.46 seconds.

ECC finished second with 162 points to Alfred State (200) in the men's meet. Jordan Mans of ECC won the 200 in 22.3 seconds, a Region III indoor record. The record of 22.26 was held by Marcus Lee of ECC (2005). Forest Taylor was a double winner for the Kats, taking the 400 in 50.6 and the 600 in 1:27. Nick Jackson, Christopher Anderson, Jordan and Taylor won the 4x400 relay for ECC in 3:23.

WRESTLING: Seniors Mickey Moran and Nate Rock closed out their home careers with victories but the University at Buffalo lost to Northern Illinois, 21-15. Desi Green of UB recorded three takedowns, tying him with Kyle Cerminara and John Stutzman with a school-record 64 takedowns in a season. Green went on to complete a 9-7 decision over Dan Ruettiger of the Huskies.

LACROSSE: No. 12 Princeton (1-0) outscored the Canisius men's team, 12-3, in the second half and defeated the Golden Griffins, 14-6. Sophomore Adam Jones had three goals and an assist for Canisius.

Boston College used a 9-2 run starting at the end of the first half to pull away from the Canisius women for an 18-13 victory at the Demske Complex. Ashley Gray led Canisius (1-2) with four goals.

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