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This year’s men’s team got off to a shaky start of the season, falling to ACC challengers Georgia Tech and Virginia Tech in the team’s opening head-to-head meets. However, the Mountaineers walked away victorious against Big East opponents Seton Hall, Butler and Xavier during the inaugural Big 12 vs. Big East Weekend at the WVU Natatorium.

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In the four-day national championship meet, Marsh was the only athlete representing West Virginia in competition. The senior from Bemus Point, New York capped his career as a Mountaineer placing top-50 in all three events he competed in during his second trip to the NCAA Championships in what was a season to remember for Marsh.

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As a junior, Marsh qualified for the 100-yard freestyle, 100-yard backstroke and 100-yard fly to earn a trip to the NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships. Marsh finished 24th in the prelims of the 100 backstroke, while placing 46th and 41st, respectively, in the 100-yard freestyle and 100-yard fly. 

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On the second day of competition at the NCAA Zone A Diving Championships in Annapolis, Maryland, three West Virginia divers placed in the finals as the men’s and women’s teams’ head into the final day of the NCAA qualifying meet.

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For the West Virginia men’s team, the 2015-16 season has been nothing short of a success for both swimmers and divers. The Mountaineers walked away victorious in two of its quad meets earlier in the season and closed out the regular season with three head-to-head wins.

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Although Smith placed fourth in the platform final, WVU sophomore Michael Proeitto finished second with a score of 315.35, while Alex Obendorf placed third with his 303.10 final score. In total, four Mountaineers captured top-five finishes in the only diving event on Saturday.

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On Monday, the West Virginia men posted top-three finishes in the first five events of the conference championships. WVU claimed second place in both the 200-medley and 800-freestyle relay events.

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Competitors in the men’s 1-meter diving event took to the pool first on Wednesday. Four out of the five West Virginia men’s divers competing in the event moved on to the finals, with sophomore, Michael Proietto, leading the way for WVU. Proietto placed third in the 1-meter finals scoring 328, while fellow sophomore, Alex Obendorf, also finished in the top-five with a score of 314.75.

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The University of Texas will play host to the Big 12 Swimming and Diving Championships for the fourth consecutive season. The WVU women’s team will be one of five women’s programs competing, while the men’s team will compete against two other Big 12 schools.