Men's Swimming and Diving: No. 16 Sagehens Win Big Against Redlands

Men's Swimming and Diving: No. 16 Sagehens Win Big Against Redlands

Claremont, Calif. – The No. 16 Pomona-Pitzer Men's Swimming and Diving team rolled on their way to a 168-71 win over the Redlands Bulldogs Saturday afternoon. 

Will Abele led the Sagehens to a sweep in the 200 freestyle, winning with a time of 1:45.89. Danny Villars finished second (1:47.31) and Spencer Satz came in third (1:48.32).

In the sprints, Adrian Hui won the 50 freestyle with a time of 21.42 and Villars won the 100 freestyle with a time of 47.36. Hui took second in the 100 freestyle at 48.70.

Pomona-Pitzer took the top three spots in the 400 yard IM. Liam O'Shea led the way, winning with a time of 4:14.07, Samuel To finished second at 4:20.32, and Erik Garcia took the third spot with a time of 4:22.37.

Abele won the 200 butterfly with a time of 1:57.54 with Samuel To placing third with a time of 2:02.92.

The Sagehens claimed the top two spots in the 200 backstroke with Daniel To winning the race (1:56.52) and Garcia coming in second (2:00.23).

Liam O'Shea won the 500 freestyle (4:48.62) Jack Swanson took second (4:49.05) and Nathan Hahn took third in the event (5:05.16). Swanson won the 1000 freestyle with a time of 10:02.37. 

In the 200 breastroke, the Sagehens again had the first three finishers. Hahn won (2:14.07), Jeffrey Tran came in second (2:15.73), and Kyle Allison followed in third (2:16.45).

Jeremy Goldberg took second in the one-meter dive, scoring 215.95, and finished third in the three-meter dive, scoring 158.85.

The Sagehens swept the relay events. They took the top two spots in the 200 medley relay with Daniel To, Teddy Koerner, Villars, and Nick Lewis winning the race with a time of 1:35.92. Garcia, Robert Buxton, Peter Hansen, and Steven Glick took second place with a time of 1:40.50.

In the 200 freestyle relay, Hui, Daniel To, Lewis, and Samuel To scored a win for the Sagehens with a final time of 1:26.77.

Next Meet: The Sagehens take a two week break before returning to action on December 2, at the La Verne Invitational.