Men’s Swimming and Diving Drop Yale, Fall to Harvard at HYPs – Archyde

NEW HAVEN, Connecticut – The Princeton University swim and dive team split the weekend at HYPs, beating Yale 189.50-163.50 and falling to Harvard 228-125.

The Tigers placed in the top three in seven of nine events. Raunak Chosla touched first in both disciplines he competed in, including the 400 IM (3:48.52) and the 200 m breaststroke (1:56.09). Additionally, Khosla’s time in the 200 breaststroke is a pool record.

in the 100 freestyle, Max Walter (44.02) placed second with a time of 44.02. In the meantime, Tyler Hong (1:46.12) was third in the 200 m backstroke.

As always, the relay competitions were a success for the Tigers. The Quartet of Tyler Hong, Josh Brown, Nicholas Lim and Brian Lou (1:28.22) finished second in the 200 medley relay while the team of Josh Brown, Brian Lou, Jonathan Pollock and Max Walter (2:56.40) was third in the 400 m free relay.

In the 3 meter jump, Taso Callanan Third place with 355.60 points

Next Up: The Tigers will host the Ivy League Championships beginning February 23 at 6:00 p.m. at the DeNunzio pool.

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