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Men’s Swimming & Diving Competes on Final Day of NESCAC Championship

Photo Courtesy of Ronald Wimer.
Photo Courtesy of Ronald Wimer.

MIDDLEBURY, Vt. – The Wesleyan men's swimming and diving team wrapped up the four-day 2019 NESCAC Men's Swimming & Diving Championship on the campus of Middlebury College on Sunday evening. Williams won its 17th NESCAC title with 1,822 points, while Tufts was close behind with 1,775.5 points. Amherst rounded out the top three with 1,506 points.  


  • In the 200-yard butterfly, Jeffrey Haegelin broke the two-minute mark, clocking in at 1:57.65. The time was a personal best for Haegelin.
  • Joel Groves and Charlie Vogel amassed personal best scores off the 3-meter board, with marks of 184.65 points and 159.85 points, respectively.
  • Jared Christopher recorded a personal best time in the 1,650-yard freestyle, clocking in at 17:18.10.
  • The 400-yard freestyle relay team (Garrett Kaufmann, Max Wimer, Nicolas Moran and Alan Huh) touched the wall in 3:18.96
  • Personal best times came from Kaufmann (49.87), Eren Kiris (51.15), Julian DeMann (51.87), and Isaac Thorman (52.78) in the 100-yard freestyle.
  • Huh and Evan Sullivan recorded personal records in the 200-yard breaststroke, touching the wall in 2:16.53 and 2:23.83, respectively.
  • In the 200-yard butterfly preliminaries, Andrew Schwartz knocked nearly seven seconds off his personal best time, clocking in at 2:07.55.
  • Wimer saw a personal best time in the 200-yard backstroke, touching the wall in 2:10.38.