Brown Records Continue to Fall on Day Two of Ivy Championships
Cambridge, Mass. – The Brown men's swimming & diving team wrapped up the second day of competition at the Ivy League Championship, hosted by Harvard, on Friday and saw two Brown all-time record falls, while several other top-25 marks were set.
In the 100 breaststroke, senior Conor Carlucci put on the jets and took third overall in the event with a time of 54.77. His time set a new Brown school record for fastest time.
Rookie Tommy Glenn was also impressive for the Bears, coming in ninth in the 200 free and setting the fifth fastest time in school history.
Action continues today at 11 a.m. with the preliminary events, while the finals will take place at 6 p.m.
New Brown Top-25 Records
200 medley relay
5th Michael McVicker, Conor Carlucci, Tim Juhn, Oliver Diamond 1:30.65 (new school record)
14th Seth Akers-Campbell 15:52.18(7th fastest time in school history)
15th Danny Fujinka 15:53.84(8th fastest time in school history)
13th Michael Johnson (49.78 from prelims 11th fastest time in school history)
20th Tyler Benster (50.53 from prelims 15th fastest in school history)
Ninth Tommy Glenn 1:39.06(5th fastest in school history)\
10th James Hunter 1;39.46 (6th fastest in school history)
Third Conor Carlucci 54.77 (New School record)
7th Timothy Juhn 56.74 (6th fastest in school history)
11th Mike McVicker (50.27 from prelims 8th fastest in school history)
14th Paul Hunter (50.66 from prelims 12th fastest in school history)
22nd Tyler Benster (51.80 from prelims 20th fastest in school history)
Team Scores (Through Day Two)
1. Princeton -- 950
2. Harvard -- 916.5
3. Columbia -- 688.5
4. Yale -- 639.5
5. Penn -- 547
6. Cornell -- 531.5
7. Dartmouth -- 520
8. Brown -- 479