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Bentley Cruises to 143-78 Victory at Pace

Bentley Cruises to 143-78 Victory at Pace

PLEASANTVILLE, N.Y. – Bentley cruised to a 143-78 victory at Pace on Saturday to improve to 6-2 on the season in dual meets.

The Falcons won 12 of 14 events over the Setters to earn the convincing victory.

Hilla Almog began the meet by winning the 3-meter dive with a score of 248.02. She would later be victorious in the 1-meter dive with a score of 255.68.

The 200 medley relay team of Brydie Olofson, Emily Blatt, Caroline Ubert and Skyla Lang won by a comfortable margin with a time of 1:56.51.

Emma Hapkiewicz dominated in the 1000 free, winning the race with a time of 10:48.18. That saw her touch first by almost 14 seconds.

The 200 yard free was won by Jordan Nuzback in 2:00.36. The 50 yard free could not have been any closer but saw Bella Montanari win it with a time of 25.74, beating Pace's Kat Kline by two one hundredths of a second.

The Falcons had the top-two finishers in the 200 IM. Lang was first with a time of 2:15.16 and Grace Motisi touched second in 2:19.91.

Ubert was victorious in the 100 fly by six one hundredth of a second, with a time of 1:00.74 She beat out Pace's Jenna Pearse.

Lang won her second race of the meet in the 100 free in 56.01 and Montanari was second in 56.01.

The Falcons went one-two-three in 100 back stroke. Jordan Nuzback was first (1:02.74), followed by Olofson (1:04.68) and Sarah Griffith (1:06.14).

Hapkiewicz came back and swam to victory in the 500 free in 5:21.48 in what was the final win for the Falcons in the meet.

Bentley returns to the pool, and the Dana Center, on January 18 when they host Roger Williams for the first of three straight home meets.