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Tartans Improve on Season Times at Kenyon Fast Chance Meet

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(GAMBIER, Ohio) – The Carnegie Mellon University men's swimming and diving team competed at the Kenyon College Fast Chance Meet on Saturday, February 18 looking to improve on individual top times for the season.

Top Performances

  • Senior Matthew Nagler improved his 50-yard freestyle time to 20.85 and moved his 100-yard freestyle time from 45.70 to 45.40.
  • The 200-yard medley relay has a season-best time of 1:29.60 and is 14th in the nation while the 200-yard freestyle has a season-best time of 1:20.92 and is seventh in the nation.
  • Freshman Todd Achuff improved his 100-yard butterfly time from 52.91 to 50.80 and his 200-yard butterfly from 1:51.42 to 1:50.93.
  • Freshman David Zoota went from 51.40 in the 100-yard backstroke to 51.18 and from 1:50.43 to 1:49.89 in the 200-yard backstroke.
  • Senior Seaver Dahlgren swam the 100-yard breaststroke in 56.41 from 57.08.
  • Sophomore Sammy Telanoff went from 2:04.95 to 2:04.40 in the 200-yard breaststroke.
  • Sophomore Christian Lanuza dropped to 55.65 from 56.12 in the 100-yard breaststroke to earn a B cut time for NCAA qualification.
  • Freshman DJ Lloyd went from 46.34 to 45.61 in the 100-yard freestyle.

Next Up

  • Bids for the NCAA Championships will be released on Wednesday, February 22.