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Men Close NCAA Championships with Two All-America Honors

four men wearing red full-zip jackets and black pants standing together and hold a trophy each

(GREENSBORO, N.C.) – The Carnegie Mellon University men's swimming and diving team concluded action at the 2023 NCAA Division III Swimming and Diving Championships on Saturday, March 18 with graduate student James Kyle and the 400-yard freestyle relay team earning All-America finishes. The Tartans placed 11th with 100 points, for the highest finish since 2005.

Kyle closed his diving career with a fifth-place finish on the 3-meter diving board. With his second All-America honor of the meet, and second on the 3-meter board for his career, Kyle completed his career as the only men's diver to earn at least two top eight finishes.

The 400-yard freestyle relay closed the meet for the Tartans with a sixth-place finish to become the second Tartan relay of the meet to earn All-America recognition. Senior Matthew Nagler, senior Erik Feldmann, freshman Arnav Deshpande, and senior Aleksander Tarczynski qualified sixth for the finals with a time of 3:00.10 in the preliminaries. Their time of 2:59.69 in the final heat helped them to the best relay finish since 2005.

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