Glenn's Triumph in the 100 Butterfly Highlights Day Two of Ivy Championships

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Tommy Glenn claimed the crown in the 100 Butterfly in Day Two of the Ivy League Championships at Harvard's Blodgett Pool on Saturday.  The Bears remain in seventh place overall with 474.5 points while Harvard leads the way with 1,011 points through 20 events.

 

Glenn shattered the Blodgett Pool record in the 100 Butterfly, clocking in with a NCAA B Cut mark of 46.13.  Glenn edged the record previously set by Doug Lennox of Princeton in 2009.  Teammate Jeffrey Strausser also competed in the 100 Butterfly finals, clocking in with a time of 48.47 and an eighth place finish.

 

The quartet of Alex Pascal, Christopher Meyers, Strausser, and Jack Nee placed eighth overall in the finals of the 200 Medley Relay with a time of 1:29.50.  Brown also got a strong performance from sophomore Cory Mayfield in the 1000 Freestyle as he placed eighth out of 24 participants in the event with a mark of 9:12.15.

 

Daniel Klotz, Brian Barr, Glenn, and Kevin Mertz teamed up to place sixth overall in the 800 Freestyle Relay (6:39.40).

 

Brown will look to finish the Ivy Championships strong as Day Three events begin on Saturday at 11 a.m.