Mother Nature Cuts Meet Short, NSU University School Sweeps

By Sharon Robb

FORT LAUDERDALE, October 11, 2019–Despite bad weather, NSU University School Sharks got in a little added fine tuning before the upcoming post regular season meets.

In the Sharks’ final regular season meet of the season, NSU University School swept Westminster Academy and David Posnack at Nova Southeastern University Aquatic Center.

The girls’ team defeated Westminster Academy, 56-20, and David Posnack, 63-6. In the other matchup, Westminster Academy topped David Posnack, 40-22.

NSU University won all five girls events that were held. The meet was cancelled after the girls 50-meter freestyle.

Sofia Sarros, Mariangela Cincotti and Jennifer Langone won individual swimming events and Makenzie Blake won the 1-meter diving.

The Sharks also opened with a win in the 200-yard medley relay in 1:56.76 with Sarros swimming anchor leg.

The boys’ team defeated Westminster Academy, 34-15, and David Posnack, 35-7. Westminster Academy defeated David Posnack, 32-11.

In an exciting boys’ race, sophomore Max Fermayer edged junior teammate Renato Franchi Filho, 2:10.16-2:10.61 in the 200-yard individual medley.

Angelo Martinez and Blakeman Shaw were also individual winners for the Sharks. NSU University won the 200-yard medley relay in 1:47.00 with Martinez and Fermayer swimming the last two relays.

NSU University School swimmers will now prepare for the District 11-1A meet the Sharks are hosting Oct. 25 at 10 a.m.

NSU University School 56, Westminster Academy 20
NSU University 63, David Posnack 6
Westminster Academy 40, David Posnack 22


200-yard medley relay:
1. NSU University School A 1:56.76 (Olivia Flack, Rafaella Araujo, Amanda Kopas, Sofia Sarros), 2. NSU University School B 2:10.59, 3. NSU University School C 2:30.93.

200-yard freestyle:
1. Sofia Sarros, NSU 2:12.41, 2. Siera Leete, NSU 2:12.81, 3. Yardena Rubin, NSU 2:18.37.

200-yard individual medley:
1. Mariangela Cincotti, NSU 2:24.47, 2. Anastasia Lutz, NSU 2:31.34, 3. Kaiana Kibler, NSU 2:36.07.

50-yard freestyle:
1. Jennifer Langone, NSU 26.69, 2. Sofia Sarros, NSU 27.43, 3. Sydney Gordon, WA 27.47.

1-meter diving:
1. Makenzie Blake, WA 211.20, 2. Abigail Farrar, WA 201.50, 3. Alexia Lara, NSU 147.85.

NSU University School 34, Westminster Academy 15
NSU University School 35, David Posnack 7
Westminster Academy 32, David Posnack 11


200-yard medley relay:
1. NSU University School A 1:47.00 (Pedro Pavao, Cameron Brown, Angelo Martinez, Max Fermayer), 2. NSU University School B 2:06.40, 3. Westminster Academy 2:08.57.

200-yard freestyle:
1. Angelo Martinez, NSU 1:57.68, 2. Christian Clark, WA 2:22.37, 3. Ryan Kibler, NSU 2:38.12.

200-yard individual medley:
1. Max Fermayer, NSU 2:10.16, 2. Renato Franchi Filho, NSU 2:10.61, 3. Sebastian Lobaton Vargas, NSU 2:21.39.

1-meter diving:
1. Blakeman Shaw, WA 260.90.

Sharon Robb can be reached at

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