EAST MEADOW, N.Y. -
The Providence College men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams continued on to day two of the 2017 BIG EAST Swimming & Diving Championships, presented by Jeep. The meet is being hosted at Nassau County Aquatic Center in East Meadow, N.Y. Both the men and the women remain in fifth place After the second day of activity with 84 and 123 points, respectively.
Junior Kendall Jerzyk was the first individual for the Friars to make her way to the podium. Jerzyk's 462.55 placed her in fourth in the 1-meter diving finals.
Providence College will return to the pool tomorrow morning as action continues with Session 4 starting at 10 a.m. and Session 5 at 6 p.m.
All Championship action will air live on the BIG EAST Digital Network on FOX Sports Go, with wall-to-wall coverage that includes all event preliminaries, finals and awards. Jay Alter and John Fanta will be poolside for the finals reporting on the action.
For schedules, updates, live results and live coverage links please visit the BIG EAST Swimming & Diving Championship Central Page on BIGEAST.com.
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