Men's Swimming & Diving

Brown Wraps Up Ivy Championships in Seventh Place

Brown Wraps Up Ivy Championships in Seventh Place

Princeton, N.J. - The Bears concluded the third and final day of the Ivy League Championships in seventh place overall, wracking up 699 points over the course of the competition. Princeton, the defending league champion, won handily with a total of 1552.5 points, more than 300 ahead of second place Harvard.

Ryan Kikuchi kicked off the day for Brown, swimming in the "B" final of the 200 back, where he placed 10th with a time of 1:49.74.  Tucker Wetmore then followed with a 12th in the 100 free, finishing with the pack nearly abreast across the pool, as all eight athletes were within a second of one another.

In the 200 breast, Conor Carlucci came up with the best finish of the evening for the Bears, crossing the line in fourth place overall.  Carlucci improved his prelim time by nearly a full second, swimming a 2:01.60 to just edge Harvard's Justin Davidson.  Senior C.J. Kambe then turned in an impressive dive in the final individual event of the day, scoring a 266.60 in the finals of the one-meter dive to place seventh.  The meet then concluded with the 400 free relay, where the Bears took fifth with a time of 3:02.61.


Final Standings

PRINCETON - 1552.5
HARVARD - 1341.5
COLUMBIA - 996.5
PENN - 959.5
YALE - 895.5
CORNELL - 863.5
BROWN - 699