PRINCETON, N.J. – Dartmouth men’s swimming remains in seventh place with 392 points on day three of the Ivy League Championship.
Four Dartmouth swimmers competed in the 1000-yard freestyle, being led by Josh Hendell (9:16.64) and Stas Van Genderen (9:17.30) in 14th and 15th, respectively. Bruno Korbar (9:27.19) and Brett Seeley-Hacker (9:46.61) followed in 21st and 22nd.
Connor LaMastra was sixth in the A final of the 400-yard IM (3:51.54), earning an NCAA B cut. He out-touched a swimmer from Princeton by two-tenths of a second. Henry Senkfor took 15th (3:57.47) and Robert Purvis dropped almost two seconds from prelims to finish in 17th (3:56.52). The trio earned 45 points to go toward the team’s total.
In the 100-yard fly, Matt Luciano placed 15th (48.91), leaving over a second between him and the swimmer that touched in 16th, while Henry Patrick (50.12) and Delaney Hall (51.52) swam in the C final. Tony Shen and Carter Jacobsen touched less than a second apart in the 200-yard freestyle B final with times of 1:39.14 and 1:40.00, and John Hall swam in the C final (1:39.94).
In the 100-yard breaststroke, four Big Green swimmers touched within a second and a half of each other. Hall finished highest in 19th (57.06) and was followed directly after by Iain Edmundson (57.20), Brandon Liao (57.70) and Patrick Kang (58.52).
In prelims on the 3-meter board, Justin Sodokoff took 10th (293.10), Ray Neistat took 17th (254.20) and AJ Krok was 19th (242.05). In the consolation final, Sodokoff improved on his score, finishing in 11th (307.30). Dartmouth came in sixth place in the 400-yard medley relay (3:20.42). Made up of LaMastra, Hall, Luciano and Patrick, the Green earned 48 points.
The final day of the Ivy League Championship will begin at 11 a.m. on Saturday.