Men's Swimming Closes Out NCAA Swimming Championships 27th
Lewis Men's Swimming Closes Out NCAA Swimming Championships 27th
Published: March 13, 2017.
Saturday (March 11) marked the end of the Lewis University men's swimming season where the Flyers finished the meet 27th with twelve points.
Aidan Brennan (Naples, Fla. /Barron Collier)
swam the 1650 yard freestyle finishing in 16:10.15 coming in 27th.
Adam Wise (Ocala, Fla./Forest)
finished the 100 yard freestyle in 44.48, but did not make it out of the premliminaries.
Mads Knoblauch (Svenborg, Denmark/Svenborg Gymnasium)
finished 12th in the consolation finals of the 200 yard backstroke with a time of 1:46.97, while Quinn Poti (Orlando, Fla./Timber Creek)
had a prelim time of 1:48.50.
In the 400 yard freestyle relay the team of Brennan, Aaron Norg (Tilbury, Onterio/Maranatha Christian Academy)
, Colin Williams (Elk Grove, Ill./Elk Grove)
, and Wise finished in the preliminaries with 3:01.47.
The Flyers now move into the off-season as they look forward to next season.
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