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BC men’s swimming took first place over COS

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BC men’s swimming took first place over COS

Benjamin Hunter came in 1st on the 1000 Free during the dual meet against the Giants at the BC pool deck, on March 22.

Benjamin Hunter came in 1st on the 1000 Free during the dual meet against the Giants at the BC pool deck, on March 22.

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Benjamin Hunter came in 1st on the 1000 Free during the dual meet against the Giants at the BC pool deck, on March 22.

Haley Duval

Haley Duval

Benjamin Hunter came in 1st on the 1000 Free during the dual meet against the Giants at the BC pool deck, on March 22.

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Bakersfield College Men’s host a dual meet to the College of the Sequoias (COS) at the BC pool deck, on March 22.

Men’s swimming took first place over the Giants.

Men’s swimmers who came in first place in the 200 Medley Relay was Jaon Frando, Tanner Lopes, Esteban Robles, and Bronson Pearce.

Men’s swimmers who came in first in the 200 free relay was Bronson Pearce, Andre Gallegos, Kenneth Hardin, and Esteban Robles.

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Men’s Swimming took the victory over the Giants in a dual meet at the BC pool deck, on March 22.

 

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Esteban Jesus Robles came in 1st on the 200 Free during the dual meet against the Giants at the BC pool deck, on March 22.

 

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Kenneth Hardin before he took first in the 200 free relay during the dual meet against the Giants at the BC pool deck, on March 22.

 

Matthew Dischner during the dual meet against the Giants at the BC pool deck, on March 22.

 

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Ramon Carriedo during the dual meet against the Giants at the BC pool deck, on March 22.

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