Men's Swimming and Diving: No. 22 Sagehens Roll in SCIAC Opener

Men's Swimming and Diving: No. 22 Sagehens Roll in SCIAC Opener

WHITTIER, Calif. – Daniel To won three races, Adrian Hui won two, and the No. 22 Pomona-Pitzer Men's Swiming and Diving team won every event on their way to big wins in their SCIAC opener, beating Whittier 226-53 and Chapman 231-44.

Hui dominated the sprints, winning the 50 freestyle with a time of 21.07 and the 100 freestyle with a time of 47.42. Spencer Satz took second in the 100 freestyle with a time of 48.57.

Will Abele won the 200 yard freestyle with a time of 1:45.38 and Satz took second (1:47.89).

Liam O'Shea won the 1000 yard freestlye (9:51.38) and Jack Swanson took second with a time of 10:07.13.

The Sagehens took the top three spots in the 500 yard freestyle with O'Shea winning (4:43.56), Abele taking second (4:43.65) and Swanson taking third (4:52.91).

Pomona-Pitzer took the top spots in the 50 yard backstroke with Daniel To winning (24.29), Erik Garcia taking second (25.04), and Ryan Drover placing third (25.88).

Daniel To added another win in the 100 yard backstroke (53.30), Garcia took second (54.60), and Mark Rusznak took third (56.30).

The Sagehens had another sweep in the 50 yard breaststroke with Teddy Koerner leading with a winning time of (27.89), Nathan Hahn placing second (28.00), and Robert Buxton taking third (28.17).

In the 100 yard breaststroke, Pomona-PItzer finished one, two three again. Kyle Allison won the race with a time of 1:01.00, Nathan Hahn took second (1:01.23), and Kyle Dalrymple came in third (1:01.46).

Samuel To won the 50 yard butterfly with a time of 22.82 and Danny Villars came in third with a time of 22.88.

Villars took the top spot in the 100 yard butterfly with a time of 51.85 and Samuel To placed third (51.96).

Daniel To had his third win of the day in the 200 yard IM (2:02.89) with Koerner coming in second (2:03.96).

The Sagehens took the top two spots in both relay events in the meet. They won the 800 yard freestyle with a time of 7:08.41 on a team with Abele, Samuel To, O'Shea, and Swanson. The team of Villars, Rusznak, Garcia, and Satz took second with a time of 7:12.56.

In the 400 yard medley relay, Daniel To, Koerner, Villars, and Hui won with a time of 3:31.53 and Samuel To, Buxton, Abele, and Nick Lewis took second with a time of 3:37.97.

Jeremy Goldberg won both diving events, with a score of 197.25 in the one meter and 213.55 in the three meter.

Next Meet: The Sagehens will host the Redlands Bulldogs next Saturday at 10:30 a.m.