WORCESTER -- The WPI men's swimming and diving team kept its winning ways going with dual meet victories over Babson and Brandeis on Friday night. The Engineers ousted Babson 167-132 while also defeating Brandeis 192-102.
WPI picked up seven individual victories and 31 top-5 finishes during the event.
The 200 Medley Relay set the pace with a title in the first event of the day as the foursome of Kyle Staubi (Red Hook, NY), Eric Scholz (Fulton, MD), Matthew Shriner (Arlington, MA), and Peter Fagerholm (Sandy Hook, CT) outpaced the rest of the field with a time of 1:37.33. Shriner also picked up a first place finish in the 200 Fly touching the wall with a time of 1:56.28 while Staubi added a 1st place finish in the 100 Fly in a time of 51.62.
Sidney Williams (Fairfax, VA) earned a pair of victories in the 100 Back and 100 Free events. He finished in 51.48 in the backstroke while finishing in 47.83 in the Free. Williams was also a part of a second place finish in the 50 Free in a time of 21.59 and finished the day off with a second place finish in the 200 Free Relay. The foursome of Williams, Donald Buglino (Titusville, NJ), John Puksta (Nashua, NH), and Jack Brazer (Peterborough, NH) finished in 1:27.01.
The diving trio of Justin Moczynski (Hingham, MA), Jared Seehusahai (Elkins Park, PA) and Alexander Masiero (Richmond, MA) went 1-2-3 in both the 1 and 3-meter dives on the day. First in the 1-meter, Moczynski bested the field with a 278.30 finish, his best mark as an Engineer, while Seehusahai finished with a 211.25 total and Masiero rounded out the pack with 178.00 points.
In the 3-meter Moczynski once again set a season best with a finish of 282.55 while Seehusahai finished with 195.80 points and Masiero 156.30.
The Engineers return to the pool on Saturday, Nov. 6 with another dual meet against Coast Guard at Noon.