Men’s Swimming & Diving Leads Yale, Tied With Harvard at HYP

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – It was a highly-competitive first day of HYP Friday at Blodgett Pool, as the Princeton University men’s swimming & diving team ended the session leading Yale, 116-70, and tied with defending Ivy League Champion Harvard, 93-93.
Harvard also leads Yale, 119-66.
Princeton earned the top-two finishes in the 1,000 freestyle, with John Ehling touching first at 8:59.95 and Dylan Porges second at 9:00.91.
Raunak Khosla earned a first-place finish and an NCAA B cut in the 100 breaststroke, finishing in 52.61. Nicholas Lim also earned a first-place finish and an NCAA B cut in the 200 butterfly, touching the wall at 1:44.03.
On the 3-meter board, Taso Callanan’s score of 355.30 saw him win the event and earn an NCAA Zone cut.
The Tigers claimed two out of the top three finishes in the 400 IM, with Lucas Strøbek finishing second in 3:51.52 and Peyton Werner third in 3:53.25.
The quartet of Tyler Hong, Khosla, Lim and Max Walther finished second in the 400 medley relay, with a time of 3:09.30.
In the 200 freestyle relay the team of Brett Feyerick, Jonathan Pollock, Lucas Tudoras and Walther took third with a time of 1:20.45. Mitch Schott also finished third in the 200 freestyle, clocking in at 1:35.95, and Hong’s time of 47.41 saw him earn a third-place finish in the 100 backstroke.
Up Next
The Tigers conclude competition at HYP tomorrow at 12 p.m. at Blodgett Pool.

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