Atlanta – The Pitt Men’s Swim and Diving Team defeated Boston College, 230-70, and lost to Georgia Tech (131-169).
The men’s team won 15 of 16 events against Boston College, finished in 13 first and second places, and won five events against Georgia Tech.
“The men’s medley relay continues to perform well in this competition,” said head coach Chase Kreitler. Led by a group of hardworking seniors who have embraced the vision of taking it to the next level, they really want to improve our program and look forward to seeing their efforts pay off in the championship season. I’m here. Jerry Chen When Adam Mahler They both swam very well today with two wins each. “
The Panthers got off to a strong start with a 1st, 3rd and 4th place finish in the 200-yard medley relay.relay team of Krzysztof Radzyszewski, cooper van der lahn, Marcin Golaj When Flynn Christi Overall 1st place with 1 minute 29 seconds 28.
Jerry Chen He continued the Panthers’ momentum, earning first overall in the 100-yard breaststroke (53.77), NCAA B-time qualification, and first in the 200-yard breaststroke (1:59.03).
Adam Mahler Golaj also delivered an impressive individual performance for the Panthers. Mahler came home first on her 200-yard butterfly (1:48.04) and tied first with Golaj on the 100-yard butterfly (49.14). Golaj also finished second overall in both the 200-yard freestyle (1:38.10) and his 200-yard backstroke (1:45.95).
Other top finishes for men are: Javier Solsano won two separate Panther relay teams, placing 2nd overall in the 200-yard individual medley (1:50.07) and 2nd and 3rd in the 400-yard freestyle relay. Guy FrimisWhen Wojciech Dutkowiak He finished behind Georgia Tech in a time of 3:02.71. Radziszewski, Mahler’s other relay team Austin Lane When Derek Chan Recorded at 3:05.61.
Cameron Cash (370.40), Dylan Reed (342.20), and Josh Parquet (307.00) finished 2-3-4 at 1 meter each. The diving trio he also maintained his prominence in the 3m event as Reed finished his second (408.40) and Cash finished his third (407.00).
Head Diving Coach Katie Kasprzak said, “The men’s diving team was able to beat out some great competition. Being over 400 points so early in the season is a testament to our preparations for the ACC and NCAA competitions. Plus, Dylan, Cam and Josh all have NCAA zone cuts, which shows the team has a lot of depth.”
Pit’s men’s and women’s dive teams will resume activities on Friday, November 11-12. The Panthers will host George Washington at Trees Pool. The men’s and women’s swim teams will also be in Georgia Washington on November 18-19.