March 5, 2011

Glenn Earns Second Team All-Ivy Honors on Final Day of Ivy League Championships

Cambridge, Mass. – The Brown men's swimming & diving team wrapped the Ivy League Championship, hosted by Harvard, on Saturday and saw two Brown all-time records fall, while several other top-25 marks were set. 

Rookie Tommy Glenn finished second in the 200 Butterfly final, earning Second Team All-Ivy Honors while setting a new school record with a time of 1:47.88 and hitting a NCAA "B" cut qualifier.

Senior Conor Carlucci also set a new all-time school mark in the 200 breast. Carlucci finished third overall with a time of 1:59.85 which was also a NCAA "B" cut.

Michael McVicker, who also competed in the 200 breast set the second-fastest time in school history with a 2:01.63 mark in the prelims.  

Junior Diver Jonathan Feldman also added an impressive perfomance on the one-meter board, finishing in seventh place with a score of 265.44.

New Brown Top-25 Records
200 back
8th Ryan Kikuchi 1:49.98
10th Paul Hunter 1:50.19 (10th fastest time in school history)
20th Tyler Benster (1:53.37 from prelims 24th fastest time in school history)

100 free
10th Timothy Juhn  45.48 (12th fastest time in school history)
21st James Hunter 45.96 (19th fastest time in school history)
22nd Oliver Diamond (26.12 from prelims 23rd fastest time in school history)
24th Michael Johnson (46.15 from prelims 24th fastest in school history)

200 Breast 
3rd Conor Carlucci  1:59.85  (New School Record - NCAA 'B' cut)
7th Mike McVicker (2:01.63 from prelims 2nd fastest in school history)

200 Butterfly
2nd Tommy Glenn 1:47.88 (New School Record - NCAA "B" cut)

Final Team Standings
1. Princeton -- 1,400
2. Harvard -- 1,394.5
3. Columbia -- 1,078.5
4. Yale -- 878.5
5. Penn -- 840
6. Cornell -- 812.5
7. Dartmouth -- 729
8. Brown -- 723