• Women's Swimming and Diving Places Ninth at NEWMAC Championships
    February 20, 2011
    The Babson College women’s swimming and diving team placed ninth at the New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) Championships which wrapped up Sunday evening at Mount Holyoke College. Highlighting day three for the Beavers was junior Mallory Mosk (San Clemente Calif.) who placed 14th in the 200 butterfly with a time of 2:18.20 and first-year Mike Cucullo (South Salem, N.Y.) who earned 317.80 points in the three-meter dive for 15th place. Babson’s 400 freestyle relay team earned the best finish of the day for the Beavers placing 10th overall.
  • Women's Swimming and Diving in Ninth Place After Day Two of NEWMAC Championships
    February 19, 2011
    The Babson College women’s swimming and diving team remains in ninth place after completing day two of the New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) Championships. The best swim of the day came in the 200 medley relay, where the quartet of senior captain Mia Filippini (Lake Forest, Ill.), junior Mallory Mosk (San Clemente, Calif.), Nikita Nadkarni (North Brunswick, N.J.), and Brittany Bishop (Little Neck, N.Y.) placed sixth overall with a program record time of 1:53.92. The championships will wrap up on Sunday with the final seven events.
  • Women's Swimming and Diving Completes Day One of NEWMAC Championships
    February 18, 2011
    The Babson College women’s swimming and diving team are in ninth place after day one of the New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) Championship. The Beavers’ best finish of the day was in the 200 freestyle relay in which the team made up of juniors Brittany Bishop (Little Neck, N.Y.) and Sara Martinek (Riverside, Ill.), sophomore Hannah Powell (Media, Pa.), and senior captain Mia Filippini (Lake Forest, Ill.) finished ninth with a time of 1:44.74. The next seven events will be swam on Saturday and the Championship will wrap up on Sunday.
  • Swimming and Diving Sweeps Bridgewater on Senior Night
    January 27, 2011
    The Babson College swimming and diving teams defeated visiting Bridgewater State University on Thursday evening in their final home meet of the 2010-11 season. The men won by a score of 109-71 while the women defeated the Bears, 96-92. Junior Ryan Pope (Hawthorne, N.Y.) led the way for the men with three victories while senior captain Mia Filippini (Lake Forest, Ill.) finished out her career in Morse Pool with four first place finishes on the night. Thursday marked the final collegiate home meet for Babson’s eight seniors. Over the last four years, Katelynn Conlon, Mia Filippini, Christina Stone, Joel Bonina, Joseph Dimuccio, Mauricio Krantzberg, Mark Merolle, and Paul Rollinger played instrumental roles in the success of the Babson swimming and diving program. The men will next compete at Springfield College this Saturday for a 1pm meet and the women will take on Coast Guard, Gordon and Wellesley in a quad meet on February 1st at 5pm.
  • Swimming and Diving Falls to Wheaton
    January 22, 2011
    The Babson College swimming and diving teams both fell to host Wheaton College on Saturday afternoon. The men were defeated by a score of 174-119 and the women fell by a score of 202-88. For the women, junior Mallory Mosk (San Clemente, Calif.) finished with three second place finishes. Both teams will host Bridgewater State University in their final home meet of the season on Thursday evening at 6pm.
  • Bentley Too Strong For Swimming And Diving
    January 19, 2011
    The Babson College swimming and diving teams lost both ends of a dual meet at Bentley University on Wednesday, as the men fell to the Falcons, 130-99, and the women lost, 143-82. First-year Lincoln Flynn recorded the lone victory for the Babson women, as she finished in a tie for first in the 3-meter diving event. Senior captain Mia Filippini, junior Brittany Bishop, junior Mallor Mosk, and junior Nikita Nadkarni all added individual second-place finishes while also swimming in at least one second-place relay.
  • Swimming and Diving Resumes Season With Sweep Of Norwich
    January 15, 2011
    After a pair of postponements due to inclement weather, the Babson College swimming and diving teams finally resumed their 2010-11 season by sweeping a dual meet at Norwich University on Saturday. The men's team defeated the Cadets by a score of 146-96, while the women prevailed, 160-49. The Babson women won 14 of the 16 events, including three individual victories by junior Mallory Mosk, who won the 100 fly, 100 free, and 200 IM. Junior Meaghan Rohde added first-place finishes in the 500 free and 1000 free, first-year Mika Cucullo swept the two diving events, junior Brittany Bishop won both the 50 free and 50 fly, and sophomore Albertine Turrini earned victories in the 50 back and 100 back.
  • Women's Swimming and Diving Tops Simmons, 170-129
    November 30, 2010
    The Babson College women's swimming and diving team earned its second victory of the season on Tuesday night, as the Beavers defeated host Simmons College, 170-129. With the win, Babson improved its season record to 2-4. Sophomore Keira Yeager (Huntington, N.Y.) led the Beavers with three inidividual victories, as she won the 1000 free, 500 free, and 50 breastroke events. Also recording multiple individual wins were senior Mia Filippini (Lake Forest, Ill.), who took first in the 200 free and 50 fly, junior Mallory Mosk (San Clemente, Calif.), who won the 200 fly and 200 IM, and junior Brittany Bishop (Little Neck, N.Y.), who prevailed in the 50 free and 100 free.
  • Swimming and Diving Teams Fall To Nationally-Ranked MIT, Bowdoin
    November 20, 2010
    The Babson College swimming and diving teams both fell to a pair of nationally-ranked teams at MIT on Saturday, despite a plethora of strong individual performances. The women’s team lost to the host Engineers, 251-44, and to Bowdoin College, 203-79, while the Babson men fell to MIT, 226-60, and to the Polar Bears, 176-112. The men’s squad was once again led by junior diver Ryan Pope (Hawthorne, N.Y.), who recorded Babson’s only two victories of the day. He finished first in the 3-meter competition with a score of 214.35, and then won the 1-meter event with a season-high score of 255.85. The Babson women were led by junior Mallory Mosk (San Celemente, Calif.) and first-year Mika Cucullo (South Salem, N.Y.), who each finished in the top four in a pair of events.
  • Women's Swimming and Diving Falls To WPI
    November 13, 2010
    Heather Peruffo (Poughkeepsie, NY) swept the 100 and 200-yard backstrokes and won the 500-yard freestyle as WPI downed Babson 147-126 on Saturday in a Women's Swimming and Diving meet. The Engineers improve to 2-1 while Babson dips to 1-2. Despite the team loss, Babson won the 200-yard medley relay and freestyle relay. The medley team of Mallory Mosk (San Clemente, CA), Lily Yie (Longmont, CO), Mia Filippini (Lake Forest, IL) and Brittany Bishop (Little Neck, NY) completed their relay in 2:01.00, while the freestyle team of Hannah Powell (Media, PA), Albertine Turrini (Paris, France), Filippini and Bishop finished in 1:48.06.
  • Swimming and Diving Sweeps UMass Dartmouth
    October 30, 2010
    The Babson College men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams swept the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth on Saturday afternoon with the men winning by a score of 123-110 and the women finishing with a score of 133—106. The Babson men have improved to 2-0 on the season and the women are now 1-1. Juniors Mallory Mosk (San Clemente, Calif.) and Brittany Bishop (Little Neck, N.Y.) led the way for the women with three first place finishes each and sophomore Greg Bissett (Cerritos, Calif.) led the men also with three first place finishes.
  • Swimming and Diving Splits with Clark
    October 23, 2010
    The Babson College men’s and women’s swimming and diving team opened up the 2010-11 season with a home meet against Clark University. The men came out on top winning by a score of 128-114 while the women fell to the Cougars, 133-95. On the women’s side, two of the Babson relay teams came out on top in the 200 yard medley relay and the 200 yard freestyle relay.
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