PROVIDENCE, R.I. – The Dartmouth men’s swimming and diving team wrapped up the Bruno Invitational on Sunday evening. The Big Green finished in fifth place with 458.5 points.
All four of Dartmouth’s swimmers scored in the 1650-yard freestyle. Josh Hendell dropped over 20 seconds off his seed time to finish in second place (15:37.98), touching just three seconds behind Columbia’s Eric Ng in first. Carter Jacobsen placed eighth (16:05.30), Bruno Korbar took 10th (16:12.18) and Joby Bernstein was 11th (16:14.79).
Henry Senkfor swam in the B final of the 200-yard backstroke, finishing in 14th place (1:54.72). In the 200-yard breaststroke, Timo Vaimann swam in his second A final of the weekend, taking eighth (2:04.96). Delaney Hall and Iain Edmundson competed in the B final, finishing in 10th (2:04.63) and 16th (2:12.60), respectively.
In the 200-yard butterfly, David Harmon touched in seventh place (1:51.90) in the A final, leaving almost two seconds between him and Brown’s Casey Grant in eighth. Robert Purvis dropped two seconds from his prelims swim to take 11th (1:51.89).
The Big Green ended the weekend in the 400-yard freestyle relay, placing both in the top 10. The A relay, made up of John Hall, Tang-e Tan, Shen and Henry Patrick, placed seventh (3:08.04), while the B relay – which was composed of James Thompson, Jack Long, Ethan Cook and Will Belmont – took ninth (3:10.89).
Dartmouth is done with competition for the next month. After two weeks in Hawaii for training trip, the Big Green will return to the water on Friday, Jan. 6 to take on Ivy League rivals Yale and Penn in New Haven, Connecticut.