GAMBIER, Ohio-- Denison men's swimming closed out their regular season schedule at the Kenyon Fast Chance Invitational, one week after winning the 2017 North Coast Athletic Conference Championship.
In the 200 butterfly, junior Aaron Saccurato won the 200 fly with a season-best 'B' cut time of 1:50.31. Later in the meet, he improved his time with a 1:49.92 in the 200 fly time trials. I the same time trial, senior Tim Smith came close to posting his PR with a time of 1:52.72.
In the 200 freestyle time trial. Max Howes posted his season-best time in the event with a 'B' cut time of 1:39.21. Howes also improved his time in the 100 free by winning the event with a time of 45:57. Earlier in the meet, Eric Gerlach also posted a season-best time in the 200 free by touching in 1:41.23.
In the 100 breaststroke, Ryan Stevenson improved his 'B' cut with a third-place time of 56.70.
Jackson Berman swam the 1,650 freestyle, twice. His best effort was a time of 16:18.47. His best time this season was 16:00.73 set on Dec. 3, 2016, at the Miami Invitational.
In the 100 butterfly, Kymani Senior logged a season-best time of 49.82 and Brett Weicht won the event in 49.81. Zach Wagner was also a winner in the 200 IM after he touched in 1:54.07. That was also a season-best time.
Denison's next event is the 2017 NCAA Division III Championships on March 15-18 in Shenandoah, Texas.