Smithfield, R.I. -
The Friars stayed local today as they had their first dual meet of the 2017-18 season just down the road at Bryant University. While Bryant came out victorious on both the men's and women's side, Providence had strong individual performances from Maddie Snow and Connor Perron.
For the women, Snow showed up with big in her individual events, placing first in the 200-yard butterfly (2:13.89) and third in the 1000-yard freestyle (11:10.61). Snow's day wasn't finished as she went on to claim more individual points with a second place finish in the Women's 200-yard Individual Medley (2:17.48).
On the men's side, Perron led the way with first place finishes in both the 1000-yard free style (9:59.42) and the 500-yard free style (4:51.41).
The Women are back in action on Friday, Nov. 3rd as they take on University of Rhode Island.
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