24th-Ranked Men's Swimming/Diving Stays Unbeaten At Dartmouth
Sophomore Daniel Hasler won two events, while his teammates broke two pool records, to help the Princeton men's swimming and diving team to a 171-124 victory at Dartmouth Sunday. The win improves Princeton to 5-0 on the season, 4-0 in the Ivy League.
Princeton opened the meet with a win in the 200 medley relay. Two seniors, Jon Christensen and Mike Monovoukas, joined a pair of freshmen, Michael Strand and Harrison Wagner, to win the race in a pool-record time of 1:31.02.
Sophomore Paul Nolle took the first individual event of the session when she won the 1,000 in 9:30.43. Christensen came back to the water to win the 200 free in 1:41.23, while Strand followed his medley relay teammate with a victorious swim in the 100 back (50.95).
Oliver Bennett took the 200 fly in 1:52.05. Wagner gave the Class of 2015 a third individual win by taking the 50 free in 20.74, and Connor Maher moved that total to four by winning the 100 free in 46.89.won the 100 breast in 59.01, while freshman
Senior Colin Cordes set a Karl Michael Pool record in the 200 back with a winning time of 1:49.48, which topped the rest of the field by more than 2.5 seconds. Hasler picked up his second win of the day by taking the 200 breast in 2:05.94, while freshman David Paulk won the 500 in 4:35.06.
Christensen took second in the 100 fly in 50.72, while Bennett placed second in the 200 IM in 1:57.46. The 400 free relay team of Paulk, Ian Rea, Barrett and Christensen won in 3:06.99.
Junior Stevie Vines won the one-meter diving event with 314.55 points, while classmate Christopher Kelly placed second in the three-meter diving event with 323.03 points.
Princeton will head to the site of its dramatic 2011 Ivy League championship win when it heads to Harvard's Blodgett Pool next weekend for the annual H-Y-P meet. Harvard took the last regular season meeting during the 2011 H-Y-P weekend at Yale, while Princeton held off the Crimson in the final session to win the 2011 Ivy title.