WORCESTER, Mass. – Eric Fuhs won the 100 breaststroke championship for the second straight season leading Coast Guard during third day of the New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) Championship.
Fuhs won the 100 breaststroke championship with a time of 55.38 just edging teammate Chasse Sodemann, who took second with a time of 55.41. Sodemann holds the NEWMAC meet and MIT pool record with a time of 54.77 in 2017.
Colin Fenster broke his own school record in the 400 IM with a time of 4:00.22 to earn All-conference honors with a second place finish and re-break his own record which he set in the morning of 4:02.62. Christian Lower was third (4:01.31), both of those were NCAA B cut times.
Devin McClure took second to earn All-conference honors in the 200 freestyle with a time of 1:40.61 falling just three tenths of a second to Alex Ellison from MIT
Marshall Seguin placed seventh in the 1-meter diving event and his score of 444.45 points qualifies him for the NCAA Diving regional for the first time in his career.
Coast Guard sits in second place after the third day of the four day championship with 829 points while 10-time defending NEWMAC champion MIT leads with 1,016 points.
The NEWMAC Championship concludes tomorrow.