Men’s Swimming and Diving’s Closes Out Minnesota Invite with LC Events

Action photo of Noah Brune
Photo Courtesy: Billie Weiss.

Complete Results

MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. – The Harvard men's swimming and diving program competed in the long-course portion of the Minnesota Invitational on Sunday at the Golden Gophers' Jean K. Freeman Aquatic Center.

After finishing the team-scoring part of the invitational on Saturday, the Crimson returned to the pool and competed in five events. 

Daniel Chang and Ryan Linnihan posted the team's best individual finish as they both came in fifth place in the 100-meter breaststroke (1:04.33) and 50-meter freestyle (23.78), respectively.

In addition to Chang in the 100 breast, David Abrahams competed and came in seventh place with a time of 1:05.01. Harvard also had two entrants in the 100-meter butterfly with Jake Johnson coming in seventh (55.47) and Daniel Kim in ninth (55.87).

Rounding out the Crimson contingent were Noah Brune in the 400-meter free (4:10.79; 6th) and Cole Kuster in the 200-meter free (1:55.99; 9th). 

Harvard returns to action on Jan. 4, when its swimmers are set to compete against Boston College in Miami, Florida at 11 a.m. ET.