Middlebury

One Day Remains At NESCAC S&D Championships

March 1, 2008

Williams remains in first place after day two of the NESCAC Men's Swimming & Diving Championships hosted by Middlebury College. The Ephs have 1282 points with one day of competition remaining, followed by Tufts (1092), Amherst (994) and Middlebury (841).

The Williams 200 medley relay team comprised of Norman Scott, Tyler Bonewell, Alex Wentworth-Ping and Ben Wampler set a new pool record with a time of 1:32.38 en route to their win. The Ephs also set a pool record in the 800 free relay (6:49.16), with team members Chris Millen, David Lebovitz, Michael Kirwan and Gary Roberson.

Roberson of Williams set a new pool record with a time of 9:26.24 in the 1000 free as did Chris Millen with his win in the 400 IM (4:04.83). Also setting new pool records in the evening were Middlebury's Kevin O'Rourke in the 200 free (1:41) and Hamilton's Todd Johnson in the 100 backstroke (51.73).

John Dillon picked up a win for the host school on Saturday night, capturing the 100 fly in 49.58.

Competition wraps up on Friday March 2nd at the Middlebury College Natatorium with preliminary races in the morning and championship events in the evening.