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Pierson’s Jack Duryea Will Continue To Swim At WPI

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Pierson senior Jack Duryea signed his letter of intent to swim at Worcester Polytechnic Institute in early May.

Pierson senior Jack Duryea signed his letter of intent to swim at Worcester Polytechnic Institute in early May.

Pierson senior Jack Duryea, with his parents  Chris and Elise, signed his letter of intent to swim at Worcester Polytechnic Institute in early May.  MICHAEL HELLER

Pierson senior Jack Duryea, with his parents Chris and Elise, signed his letter of intent to swim at Worcester Polytechnic Institute in early May. MICHAEL HELLER MICHAEL HELLER

Drew Budd on Jun 9, 2021
Jack Duryea has been in the water for more than half of his life, so why stop now? He’s not. The Pierson senior, who has been swimming competitively since he... more

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