Men's Swimming And Diving Takes Fourth At 2002 EISL Championships
March 3, 2002
CAMBRIDGE, MA - The men's swimming and diving team dropped closed out its 2001-2002 season finishing fourth at the 2002 EISL Swimming and Diving Championships, held at Harvard. The Bears had a total of 914 points, behind Princeton, 1522, Harvard, 1494, and Yale, 1201.5.
In the first day of competition, the Bears were led by junior Jeff Miksis (Cherry Hill, NJ), who took third in the 200 IM (1:50.38) and was a part of the 400 medley relay team that took third (3:20.77). That team also consisted of sophomore Jefferson Moors (Novi, MI), senior Greg Bilton (Cohasset, MA), and senior Kevin McCann (Doylestown, PA).
On the second day of competition, the Bears were led by McCann, Miksis, and sophomore Brian Wood (Ridgefield, CT). McCann took third in the 100 fly (38:37) and was a part of the third place 200 medley relay team (1:30.91) that also consisted of Moors, Wood, and senior Gary Plotz (Hutchinson, MN). Miksis placed third in the 200 free (1:37.72) and was also a part of the third place 800 free relay team (6:37.88) that also consisted of Moors, sophomore Max Allen (Casy, NC), and senior Mike Peters (New Rochelle, NY). That time of 6:37.88 was just .37 off of second place, while setting a new Brown record. Wood placed fourth in the 100 breast with a new school record time of 56.47.
On the third, and final, day of competition, Brown was led by Moors and Allen. Moors placed third in the 200 back (1:47.33), and was also a part of the third place 400 free relay team (3:00.19) that also consisted of McCann, Plotz, and Miksis. Allen placed fourth in the 200 fly, while setting a new Brown record with a time of 1:48.86.