Dirrigl recorded team season highs in the 100 fly (50.95) and the 200 fly (1:55.73), while several others recorded team season bests including seniors Wyatt Sintay in the 200 breast (2:16.14), Gustavo dos Santos in the 200 free (1:45.77) and junior Greg Staebell in the 200 back (1:55.89).
On the women’s side senior Hannah Graesser recorded a season best time in the 50 free (24.64), while junior Miranda Bigham (200 Fly, 2:18.10) and sophomore Vivian Mroz (3 meter dive, 265.50) also recorded team highs.
Anthone saw wins in the 200 and 500 free (1:57.33, 5:16.81), while other women’s winners included senior Marissa Watroba in the 100 and 200 breast (1:07.91, 2:30.02 ) sophomore Cassie Brousseau in the 100 and 200 back (1:00.58, 2:10.88), Graesser in the 50 free, while Mroz won both the one (234.00) and three meter diving events.
The men’s team saw individual wins from Dirrigl in the afore mentioned 100 and 200 fly, Sintay in the 100 breast (1:00.91), Staebell in the 100 (52.45) and 200 back, with junior Travis Wright winning both the one and three meter diving events (340.05, 341.25).
Aside from the individual victories, the Blue and Gold saw team victories from both teams in the 400 medley relay and the 200 free relay, with the men clinching their victory over the Bearcats in 200 free win.
Twelve senior Griffs were honored in a pregame ceremony including Michael Berg, Brent Carbone, Sarah Dimayo, Gustavo dos Santos, Hannah Graesser, Karly Hartz, Cam MacDonald, Marc Ruszaj, Jacquie Sagasta, Wyatt Sintay, Marissa Watroba and Christian Westermeier, as they competed in their final regular season meet at the Burt Flickinger Center.
The Griffs will look to continue their strong play when they face Cleveland St. on Saturday Dec. 10 at 1 p.m. from Cleveland, OH.