Sophomore Brian Hogan smashes school/pool records in 200, 1,650-yard freestyle
Junior Andrew Heymann breaks own record in 100-yard breaststroke
NEW HAVEN, Conn.- Junior Andrew Heymann and Sophomore Brian Hogan both set Yale records as the men's swimming and diving team opened competition against Harvard and Princeton on Friday night to the greatest success they have had against these opponents in years. Hogan burst onto the national swimming scene with the fourth fastest 1650-yard freestyle race in the NCAA this season.
The Crimson and the Tigers maximized their advantage in the 50-freestyle to take the top six spots, but the Bulldogs' freshmen still put significant points on the board. Greenberg and Miao finished seventh and ninth.
In the 400-yard medley relay, Lazris, Heymann, Firmansyah and Zhang swam to a third place finish. Harvard edged out Princeton by .18 in the exciting conclusion of the first half of the meet.
Competition resumes Saturday at noon. Live results will continue to be posted at swimmeetresults.com