Worcester, Mass.—UMBC swimming and diving continues to dominate the field at the America East Championships, as they remain in first place heading into tomorrow's finale. Senior Emily Escobedo broke more records on Saturday, adding to her long list of accomplishments at this year's meet.
The New York native broke the school, conference and meet record in the 100 breast, going 59.02 in the prelims, hitting an NCAA A cut. She would go on to win the race in the finals with a time of 59.46. Teammates Kayla Lilly (1:03.01) and Maddy Popalis (1:03.54) finished three-four in the race.
The Retrievers maintain their hold on first with 644.5 points, ahead of New Hampshire in second with 507. Vermont (467), Maine (266) and Binghamton (259.5) round out the field heading into the final day.
The last day of the meet will start with prelims at 10 a.m. and finals at 6 p.m. tomorrow from WPI.