F&M Stays in Sixth After Day Two

F&M Stays in Sixth After Day Two

LANCASTER, Pa. – After day two, the Franklin & Marshall men's swimming team remains in sixth at the F&M Invite. Stevens continues to dominate with 618.5 points, followed by Washington & Lee in second with 389.5 and St. Vincent in third at 308.5.

In the opening race of the night, Ryan Caffrey earned points for the Diplomats with a 22.44 time in the 50-yard freestyle.

Patrick Greaney finished seventh in the 400-yard IM at 4:22.35, while Matthew Pozmanter posted a ninth-place finish overall, but won the B final with a time of 4:24.31. In the 200-yard breaststroke, Eric Lang earned points for F&M by posting a time of 2:15.70.

Richard Denton (53.48 in the 100-yard butterfly) and Dennis Chen (1:46.29 in the 200-yard freestyle), each gave the Diplomats points in their respective races. In the final individual event of the evening, the 100-yard backstroke, Jack Currie (56.02) and Denton (56.49) each recorded points for F&M. 

Finally, a team of Currie, Lang, Richard Perry, and Caffrey placed eight in the 200-yard medley relay (1:40.21) to notch points for the Diplomats. 

The F&M Invite finishes up tomorrow with preliminaries beginning at 9:00 a.m. and finals set for 5:00 p.m.