Women's Swimming & Diving at Western New England
Saturday, November 3 | 12 p.m.
Morse Pool | Babson Park, Mass.
• Babson and Western New England will meet for the second year in a row on Saturday.
• Babson won 11 of 14 events on its way to defeating Western New England, 152-108, on January 8, 2018, in Springfield, Mass.
• Junior Tirza Rentovich and sophomore Celine Nie were both part of four victories apiece, while classmate Julia Ferrara collected one individual victory for the Beavers.
SCOUTING THE GOLDEN BEARS
• Western New England will compete in its first dual meet of the season on Saturday after taking part in the University of Saint Joseph's Blue Jay Pentathlon last Friday.
• Junior Emily Elliot was the runner-up in the 100 breaststroke, classmate Kayla Snider came in third in the 100 butterfly and fifth in the 100 IM, and first-year Hannah Tricario was fourth in the 100 back and 100 free for the Golden Bears.
• Western New England came in sixth in the seven-team Roger Williams Invitational to open the season back on October 20.
SCOUTING THE BEAVERS
• Babson (1-4) competed in a series of dual meets on Friday night at WPI where it fell to Brandeis (201-69), Smith (187-100), Simmons (232-61) and the host Engineers (241-48).
• Senior Tessa Amoroso won the 3-meter diving event and finished third on the 1-meter board, while first-year Elizabeth Demoine placed third in the 50 free and fourth in the 200 breaststroke.
• Senior Maria Orive was seventh in the 1000 free and first-year Stella Hu recorded seventh-placd finishes in the 100 free and 200 free for the Beavers.
RELAY TEAM EARNS CONFRENCE RECOGNITION
• The Beavers' 200 free relay team of Orive, Demoine, Hu and first-year Abigail Voce were selected as the NEWMAC Relay Team of the Week on Monday after recording a win in the team's season-opning victory over UMass Dartmouth last Saturday.
MIDDLE OF A BUSY STRETCH
• The Green and White is competing in its third dual meet in eight days to open the season on Saturday, and will host Norwich and Regis next Saturday before traveling to Clark on November 17.