Strong showing at Cortland

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Drew Page (photo by Jim Fitzgerald)

Drew Page (photo by Jim Fitzgerald)

The men's swim team had a strong showing at the Cortland Snowflurries Invitational this past weekend. Competeting against seven other teams -- including six SUNYAC squads -- the team earned a second-place finish. Kyle Copper had a pair of individual firsts, with Drew Page earning the other individual first.

Fredonia State also claimed three relays in the 20-event meet. Five seconds and a pair of thirds were among other highlights. Here's a look at the top finishers.

400 Yard IM - Drew Page - 4:29.31
100-yard butterfly - Kyle Copper - 53.79
200 Yard Butterfly - Kyle Copper - 1:56.77
200 Yard Freestyle Relay - Criss, Page, Woods, Robert Atwood - 1:27.53 
400 Yard Medley Relay - Woods, Zifra, Copper, Atwood - 3:40.28
400 Yard Freestyle Relay - Criss, Copper, Page, Atwood - 3:16.54

100 Yard Backstroke - Pat Woods - 55.78
200 Yard Backstroke - Charlie May - 2:02.54
100 Yard Freestyle - Cameron Criss - 48.57
800 Yard Freestyle Relay - Copper, Zifra, Zach Dean, Page - 7:23.56 
200 Yard Medley Relay - Woods, Zifra, Copper, Criss - 7:23.56

Men 200 Yard IM - Bradley Zifra - 2:04.53
Men 50 Yard Freestyle - Criss - 22.20

Team Rankings 

1. Cortland       691.5

2. Fredonia       644.5

3. Oswego         644

4. Brockport    539

5. Oneonta      502

6. Buffalo State 329

7. Potsdam    185

8. Sarah Lawrence 182

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