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MEET-BY-MEET SUMMARY OF 2009-10 WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY MEN'S SWIMMING & DIVING SEASON

2009-10 Final Regular-Season Record:  4-5 duals, 7-6 overall

11/21/09:  Wesleyan  179, at Bates  116
Link to complete Bates meet results (mixed men's and women's with Trinity vs. Bates as well)

11/23/09:  Amherst  139, Wesleyan  102
Link to complete Amherst meet results

12/5-6/09:  Cardinal Invitational - Hamilton  1201, Wesleyan 1185, WPI 1079.5, Trinity  722.5, Clark 581
Link to complete Cardinal Invitational meet results (Note - Team scoring on file is incorrect.  Above scoring is correct).

12/12/09:  Wesleyan  139, Trinity  79
Link to complete Trinity meet results

1/16/10:  Williams  226, Wesleyan  73 ; Tufts  217, Wesleyan  82
Link to complete Williams/Tufts meet results

1/23/10:  Conn. College  151, Wesleyan  143
Link to complete Conn. College meet results

1/30/10:  Wesleyan  180, Bowdoin  117 ; Wesleyan  221.5, Colby  65.5
Link to complete Bowdoin/Colby meet results

2/6/10:  Coast Guard  169.5, Wesleyan  122.5
Link to complete Coast Guard meet results

2/26-28/10:  NESCAC Championships at Williams - 7th of 11 teams
TEAM SCORING - Williams  1937.5, Tufts  1452.5, Amherst  1352, Middlebury  1029.5, Hamilton  757, Conn. College  729.5, Wesleyan  723.5, Bates  605.5, Bowdoin  576.5, Colby  532.5, Trinity  449.
HIGHLIGHTS - Diver J.P. Valette gave Wesleyan its highest-ever score in the one-meter dive while securing the initial diving title for a Cardinal with a 456.65 score.  Right behind in second with a 444.95 was Gianfranco Galluzzo.  Both received all-NESCAC honors for their performance.  Galluzzo led the squad in the three-meter event by finishing fourth while Valette was fifth.  In swimming events, Brendan Fortin was the team's standout as he finished sixth in the 400 IM after setting a school record with an NCAA "B" cut in the prelims of 4:08.31.  He also finished ninth in the 200 fly with a time in the consolation finals (1:54.99) that would have made him fourth in the championship finals and had an 11th-place showing in the 500 free.  Momo Saleh had two strong swims in the distance free, placing sixth in the 1000 free and ninth in the 1650.  Sprint free specialist Dan Storms came in sixth in the 200 free as the fifth Cardinal with a top-eight performance.

Link to complete NESCAC meet results