Greenhalgh Triumphant; Resets D3 500 Record

Andrew Greenhalgh of Johns Hopkins just successfully reset the record books in the men’s 500 freestyle in the finals of the Division III NCAA Championships. The previous record was set in 2012 by Al Weik of Denison at 4:21.79. In finals, Greenhalgh clocked a 4:20.30. Runner up Arthur Conover of Kenyon also slipped under the old mark, posting a 4:20.95 to claim second place.

For live results click here. For the live recap of the meet, click here. 

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Teacher and Coach

Congrats to both Greenhalgh and Conover! As a Mainer I was rooting for Conover, but as a former Blue Jay I was rooting for Greenhalgh. Something tells me that the tables might be turned in the 1650.

Old Blue Jay

Couldn’t be prouder to be a Blue Jay! Way to go Andrew! With both Greenhalgh and Conover more of milers We could see two swimmers dip under the D1 cut time in the mile!

…Unreal. From Newport YMCA in RI to NCAA record breaker. Way to go Nacho! -his former Coach.

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