Dean Farris took third overall in the
AUSTIN, Texas & ATHENS, Ga. – The Harvard men's swimming team completed the second full day of competition at the Texas Invitational with a number of solid performances, while the divers also competed well at the first night of the Georgia Diving Invitational.
Texas Invitational - Results
The 200 free saw two Crimson stand out in their respective finals. Freshman Dean Farris showed his high-caliber speed, qualifying for the A-final and taking third overall with a 'B' cut mark of 1:34.30, which broke the program record in that event. Brennan Novak was the first to touch the wall in the D-final, also registering a 'B' cut of 1.36.80.
Steven Tan produced the top Crimson finish in the opening event of the night, the 100 fly, taking third in the C-final with a 'B' cut time of 47.49. Sebastian Lutz also clocked in with a 'B' cut in the D-final, earning second with a 47.79.
Koya Osada came up with the best finish in the 100 back for the Crimson, posting a 'B' cut and a third-place showing with a time of 48.39.
Georgia Diving Invitational - Results
Harvard's divers were in action at the Georgia Diving Invitational, placing all three of its competitors in the finals in the 1-meter event. Junior Bobby Ross led the way, finishing 10th in the prelims and finals, recording a score of 271.10 in the evening round. Junior David Pfeifer came away 14th in the finals, tallying a 258.85, while freshman Austin Fields finished one spot back in 15th.