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CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — Senior Nejc Zupan broke a 34-year-old pool record in the 100 breaststroke in the morning, then bettered himself in the finals at the Ivy League Men's Swimming and Diving Championships to win his sixth career conference title spanning five different events. Dartmouth finished the second day of the championships in sixth place with 477 points, while host Harvard maintained its lead over Princeton with 1,011 points to the Tigers’ 929.

The Big Green took fourth in the 200 medley relay, as the quartet of James Verhagen, Andrew North, Daniel Whitcomb and Zupan finished in 1:28.52. Verhagen then finished second in the 100 backstroke in 47.20 and 18th in the 100 fly. David Harmon finished right behind Verhagen in 49.28.

Logan Briggs finished 13th in the 400-IM in 3:56.02 and Jun Oh finished 17th in the 1,000 free in 9:23.51.

Taylor Clough placed 10th in the three-meter diving with 317.75 points.

The final day of action concludes on Saturday at 11 am with preliminary heats. The Ivy League Digital Network will have live wire-to-wire coverage of all of the day's action.