Khosla Posts 54.4 100 BR as Princeton Men Rout Brown and Dartmouth in Season Opener




  • Princeton – 247, Dartmouth – 51
  • Princeton – 246, Brown – 54
  • Brown – 194, Dartmouth – 104

Princeton kicked off their 2022-23 season by hosting Ivy league opponents Brown and Dartmouth. Princeton’s men’s team posted decisive victories over their conference opponents, scoring over 240 points against both teams. This post contains only the men’s meet recap. For the women’s recap, click here.


One of Princeton’s top performers was senior Raunak Khosla, who swept the breaststroke events. Khosla first won the 100 breast with a 54.47. He was out in 25.78 and back in 28.69, marking the fastest splits in the field on both 50s. Khosla went on to win the 200 breast in 2:00.18. He again posted the fastest split in the field on all four 50s, going 27.53, 30.47, 30.92, and 31.26.

Khosla also swam the 400 IM, clocking a 3:59.24. He was actually the fourth-fastest Princeton swimmer in the event, swimming exhibition (not for points) as such. The 400 IM was a great showing for the Tigers. Hunter Kim won the event in 3:55.19, leading first year teammate Lucas Strobek (3:55.91) and junior Peyton Werner (3:56.47).

Princeton’s Tyler Hong was a three-event winner on the day. He started out with a 49.10 to win the 100 back, leading a 1-2-3 charge by the Tigers. Brett Feyerick (49.70) came in second, while Josh Brown was third in 50.76. Hong also won the 200 back, posting a 1:46.15. Dartmouth’s Joe Moll was leading Hong at the 100 mark, but faded on the back half and ended up finishing second in 1:48.30.

Hong capped off his meet in the 100 fly, leading another 1-2-3 punch by the Tigers. He swam a 48.92, touching out teammate Nicholas Lim (49.08). Lucas Tudoras, a first year, was third, swimming a 49.81.

Lim was the winner of the 200 free, clocking a 1:38.65. Mitchell Schott, a Princeton first year, won the 200 fly in 1:49.09, holding off teammate Max Kreidl (1:49.33) on the final 50. Schott also won the 500 free, clocking a 4:30.51, six seconds faster than anyone else in the field.

The Tigers were dominant in the sprint free events as well. In the 50 free, Brett Feyerick led the way, swimming a 20.56. He touched out Max Walther, who came in second at 20.63. Adell Sabovic came in third, posting a 20.90.

The 100 free was a similar story, as Sabovic won the race with a 45.00. Schott took second, posting a 45.31, while fellow first year Lucas Tudoras was third in 45.34.

John Ehling (Princeton) won the 1000 free in 9:21.48.

Princeton went 1-2 in the 200 medley relay. The ‘A’ squad of Tyler Hong (22.68), Josh Brown (25.02), Nicholas Lim (21.71), and Brett Feyerick (19.97) teamed up for a 1:29.38. Max Kreidl (23.35), Kael Mlinek (24.71), Lucas Tudoras (21.81), and Jonathan Pollock (20.47) combined on the ‘B’ relay for a 1:30.34 and a second-place finish.

In the 400 free relay, Princeton had Lim (45.99), Schott (44.61), Brown (44.64), and Max Walther (44.42) post a 2:59.66.


  • 1-meter: Joe Victor (Princeton) – 312.85
  • 3-meter: George Callahan (Princeton) – 368.50

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Coach Tom
2 months ago

I think he had agita after the 400im!

2 months ago

Raunak Khosla’s breastroke was impressive, but even more so when given context- after posting his 2:00 200 breastroke and before returning for the 400 IM, he stopped by for some grub at local eatery Hoagie Haven. After finishing a whole Mac Daddy, he washed it down with half of a shrimp po’boy just moments before the officials called his heat onto the blocks for the 400 IM. His stomach? Bottomless. His breastroking prowess? Unmatchable. His J’s? Fresh and uncreased.

Kael Mlinek
2 months ago

Big Dog!!

2 months ago

Fire it up, Tigers!