2022 Patriot League Champs: Navy’s Ethan Tack Cracks Men’s 200 IM Meet Record

2022 PATRIOT LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIPS

DAY 1 RESULTS

DAY 2 RESULTS

Team Scores

Men

  1. U.S. Naval Academy – 312
  2. U.S. Military Academy – 273
  3. Bucknell University – 206
  4. Loyola University -160
  5. Boston University – 100
  6. American University – 89
  7. Lafayette – 84
  8. Lehigh – 71
  9. College of the Holy Cross – 65
  10. Colgate  – 50

Women

  1. U.S. Naval Academy – 329.5
  2. U.S. Military Academy – 221
  3. Bucknell University – 198.5
  4. Boston University – 177
  5. American University – 97
  6. Lehigh – 94
  7. Loyola University – 89
  8. Colgate – 86
  9. College of the Holy Cross – 68
  10. Lafayette – 22

Day 2 of the Patriot League Championships saw more records fall. In the final event of the session, the men’s 400 medley relay, Navy clocked a 3:07.32 to obliterate the previous Patriot League Record. Caleb Mauldin (46.00), Jackson Schultz (52.46), Jonah Harm (45.81), and Garrett McGovern (43.05) teamed up to down the conference record, and come in just under the NCAA ‘B’ standard of 3:07.32.

In the women’s 400 medley relay, Navy’s Brooke West (55.11), Riley Gavigan (1:01.28), Sydney Harrington (52.36) and Martina Thomas (49.12) combined for a 3:37.87, breaking the pool record.

The session kicked off with a tie in the women’s 500 free, where Navy’s Martina Thomas and Bucknell’s Maddie Hartigan both touched in 4:45.85. Thomas led from the beginning of the race, and held her lead all the way through the final 50. Her largest lead came at the 350 turn, where she flipped 0.99 seconds ahead of Hartigan.

Navy hit a 1-2-3 punch in the men’s 500 free, led by freshman Everet Andrew, who finished in 4:18.31. Andrew led from the start of the race, flipping at the halfway mark over a second ahead of everyone else in the field. Navy’s Garrett McGovern and Conor Cranfield came in 2nd and 3rd, swimming 4:19.42 and 4:19.57 respectively.

Army freshman Meghan Cole won the women’s 200 IM thanks to a 28.80 split on freestyle. She edged out Loyola sophomore Lily Mead, who finished in 2:00.34. Navy’s Ethan Tack won the men’s 200 IM in 1:44.58, breaking the meet record with the swim. Tack won the race thanks to his first 100, where he split 23.05 on fly and 26.16 on backstroke.

Navy’s Sydney Harrington won the women’s 50 free in 22.53. Army’s Owen Harlow clipped the meet record in the men’s 50 free, swimming a 19.72. The previous record stood at 19.73 from 2014.

Navy’s Hannah Montau won women’s 1-meter diving with a score of 309.55, breaking the meet record.

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