Grantham, PA (January 21, 2023) — The Stevens Institute of Technology men’s swim team won four of 11 games with a perfect 3- 0 record.
second grade liam rogers Win the 400-yard individual medley with classmates Edward Platonov Topped the 200-yard butterfly while graduate students or korenovic 1st place in first-year 200-yard backstroke and 400-yard freestyle teams Stiborsecond grade kedsermak, Korenovic and Platonov also scored first for the Ducks, who beat York (120-78), Stevenson (160-20) and Messiah (108-91) Ended the regular season with a 3-2 record. The Ducks went 2-0 against Messiah and Stevenson, and the double with York was the first game between the shows.
“These guys are up against some really good talent and I’m delighted with how they reacted to going down early,” the head coach said. adam schneider Say. “The men found their groove after the 50m freestyle and ended up winning all three races. Highlights were Ed Plantonov’s 200m fly, and the entire 400m freestyle relay, where his victory marked the men’s The team won and broke pool records in the process.”
The wins for Rodgers and Platonov put the two swimmers at the top of the Mid-Atlantic Conference (MAC) leaderboard. Rodgers put the second swimmer sixth in the 400 IM with a winning time of 4:25.88, while conference Rookie of the Year Platonov was second in the MAC after winning the 200 fly with 1:57.76.
Kolenovic led a field of 12 swimmers with a time of 1:59.85, and the Ridgewood, N.J., native led the conference leaderboard with a time of 1:48.64 at the TCNJ Invitational.
In the final game of the day, the Ducks won with a time of 3:13.42, breaking the previous pool record of 3:15.58 set in 2012. The Ducks maintained their lead at the TCNJ Invitational with a time of 3:11.15.
In addition to the Ducks’ four first-place finishes, Stevens has four second-place finishes.In the first race of the day, the Ducks finished second in the 200-yard medley relay as a freshman foursome Leo Timmerman and Lucas Miculinas join sophomore jack martin Stibor was posted at 1:39.39. Stibor (49.15 seconds) and Cermak (49.35 seconds) finished second and third in the 100-yard freestyle, while the sophomores Ryan Ward (4:59.48) and Platonov (4:59.93) finished second and third in the 500-yard freestyle. Mikulenas finished second in the 200-yard breaststroke (2:15.83).It is also worth noting that the junior Feng Chen (2:19.02) finished third in the 200 Breast, the third of 11 races, with the Ducks finishing second and third.
next: The men’s swimming team will return to the pool on Feb. 9 for the four-day MAC Championships in York, Pennsylvania. All relevant links will be posted to StevensDucks.com once available.
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