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Source:  Grossmont College

Aprill 22, 2019 (El Cajon) - The Grossmont men's swim and dive team captured the Pacific Coast Athletic Conference championship on Saturday at Southwestern College.  The Griffins won nine events, including four relay wins, to vault them to the top of the standings.

Grossmont and Mesa were neck and neck for most of the meet as the two programs combined for over 63% of the points possible during the three-day event.  The Griffins finished with five individual wins and four relay wins while Mesa had five individual wins and one relay victory.

Six different individuals won multiple events at the meet.  Grossmont's Austin Dickman was a star over the weekend, winning three different events.  Dickman won the 100 Fly, 100 Backstroke and 200 Backstroke, standing at the top of the podium on three occasions.  Palomar's Jarad Altman and George Peterson were two-time winners along with Mesa's John Dickerson and Sean Proctor.  Grossmont's Tristan Correia also won two events over the weekend.

500 Freestyle Jarad Altman Palomar 4:44.69
200 Individual Medley George Peterson Palomar 1:58.21
50 Freestyle John Dickerson Mesa 20.87
3-Meter Dive Sean Proctor Mesa 200.35
400 Individual Medley Tristan Correia Grossmont 4:23.88
100 Fly Austin Dickman Grossmont 51.10
200 Freestyle John Dickerson Mesa 1:41.22
100 Breaststroke Kevin McCollum Palomar 59.29
100 Backstroke Austin Dickman Grossmont 53.53
1-Meter Dive Sean Proctor Mesa 223.30
1,650 Freestyle Jarad Altman Palomar 17:07.73
200 Backstroke Austin Dickman Grossmont 1:58.81
100 Freestyle Jack Fischer Mesa 49.12
200 Breaststroke Tristan Correia Grossmont 2:15.20
200 Fly George Peterson Palomar 1:57.53
200 Free Relay   Mesa 1:26.04
400 Medley Relay   Grossmont 3:35.02
200 Medley Relay   Grossmont 1:37.48
800 Freestyle Relay   Grossmont 7:36.16
400 Freestyle Relay   Grossmont 3:08.42


1 Grossmont 908
2 San Diego Mesa 852
3 Palomar 551
4 Southwestern 348
5 Crafton Hills 265



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