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Women's Swimming & Diving Leads Marist and Niagara, Men Lead Niagara After Day One At H2ounds Invitational

Marko Turcinov won the men's 400 IM during Session I at the H2ounds Invitational on Friday evening.
Marko Turcinov won the men's 400 IM during Session I at the H2ounds Invitational on Friday evening.

Dec. 3, 2004

Baltimore, Md. - Loyola's women's swimming and diving team leads Marist 49-25 and Niagara 40-34 while the Greyhound men lead Niagara 64-23 after Session I of the H2ounds Invitational, which took place Friday evening at Loyola's Fitness and Aquatic Center.

Marist leads the overall competition on the men's side as it holds a 60-33 advantage over Colgate, a 59-33 edge over Loyola, and a 78-14 cushion on Niagara. Loyola's men currently trail Colgate by a score of 49-43.

Colgate is on top of the women's competition with leads over Loyola, 44.5-28.5, Marist, 50-23, and Niagara, 45-28.

The Greyhounds swept the meet's 400 IM races as Nori Skoda won on the women's side with a time of 4:43.43 and Marko Turcinov won on the men's side with a time of 4:06.16.

The H2ounds Invitational continues tomorrow when Session II kicks off at 10 a.m. The meet's third and final session is scheduled to begin tomorrow at 3 p.m.