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Owls Looking to Sweep NE10 Championships for First Time Since 2013
WORCESTER, Mass. - After Day Three of the 2018 NE10 Swimming & Diving Championships, the Southern Connecticut Owls hold leads in both Men's and Women's action. The fourth and final day of the championships will begin Sunday morning with preliminary action, while the championship will culminate later tonight. Southern Connecticut will be looking to sweep both titles for the first time since 2013 and the tenth time overall in the event's 15-year history.
To see the complete standings from the WPI Recreation Center, click on the the links above. For complete championship information, head to our NE10 championship home page which can be found here.
The Owls have a commanding lead on the men's side having recorded 618 points through the first three days of competition, well ahead of second-place Bentley who has posted 492 points. The Women's Championships is much tighter following Saturday's action as Southern Connecticut holds just a 4.5 point advantage on Assumption. The Owls have scored 579 points on the women's side, with Assumption posting 574.5 through Saturday night.
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