Diplomats Sweep Opening Tri-Meet

Diplomats Sweep Opening Tri-Meet

Results

YORK, Pa. – Franklin & Marshall's men's swimming team started their season on Saturday beating York 151-109 and then Messiah 168-92. Eric Dietrich-Peterson set a pool record in the 100-yard butterfly with a final time of 51.74. Christopher Schiavone also set a pool record with a 47.92 finish in the 100-yard freestyle. 

Top Finishers (Individual)

Eric Lang

            100-yard Breaststroke – First – 1:01.73

            50-yard Breaststroke – First - 28.24

            200-yard IM – Second – 2:03.86

Alec Wahl

            100-yard Backstroke – First – 54.03

            50-yard Backstroke – First – 25.42

            200-yard IM – First – 2:01.91

Eric Dietrich-Peterson

            100-yard Butterfly – First – 51.74

            50-yard Butterfly – First – 23.17 

Christopher Schiavone

            50-yard Freestyle – First – 21.68

            100-yard Freestyle – First – 47.92   

Justin McLellan

            200-yard Freestyle – Fourth – 1:48.62

            500-yard Freestyle – First – 4:59.10 

Keith Kamons

            50-yard Freestyle – Second – 22.47

Ryan Caffrey

            100-yard Breaststroke – Second – 1:02.30

            50-yard Breaststroke – Fourth – 28.53  

Chris Eckhardt

            1,000-yard Freestyle – Second – 10:29.41

            500-yard Freestyle – Fifth – 5:10.98

Cody Kalinowski

            1,000-yard Freestyle – Third – 11:01.04

            100-yard Butterfly – Fifth – 55.94

Timothy Gould

            100-yard Backstroke – Fourth – 54.97

            50-yard Backstroke – Fourth – 26.03    

Top Finishers (Relay)

200-yard Medley Relay (Wahl, Caffrey, Dietrich-Peterson, Schiavone) – First – 1:36.86

200-yard Medley Relay (Gould, Lang, Kalinowski, Kamons) – Fifth – 1:41.68

200-yard Freestyle Relay (Dietrich-Peterson, Gould, Caffrey, Schiavone) – First – 1:27.25

200-yard Freestyle Relay (Kamons, Connolly, Eckhardt, McLellan) – Fifth – 1:33.10

Up Next: F&M travels to Washington on Saturday to being Centennial Conference competition with a 1:00 p.m. start time.