Queens Men Down Division II 200 Medley Relay Record in Day 1 Prelims

Division II Men’s Swimming and Diving Championships

Men’s 200-yard Medley Relay

  • Division II: 1:26.02 3/12/2014 Wayne State (Molina Perez, Jachowicz, Holm, Barthel)

Queens University of Charlotte became the first medley relay in Division II history to break the 1:26 barrier, going 1:25.95 to break a 3-year-old record set by Wayne State at the 2014 NCAA Division II Championships. It was sweet revenge for the Royals, who were disqualified in prelims last year and didn’t have a chance to dispute the final.

Beginning with a scorching 21.74 backstroke split from Zach Bunner, Queens followed with a 23.83 breaststroke from Rostyslav Fedyna, a 20.76 butterfly from Paul Pijulet, and a 19.62 anchor from Ben Mayes.

The Royals had finished second to Wayne State in 2014, .81 back.

Queens 3/8/17(p) 1:25.95 Wayne State
Zach Bunner 21.74 Juan David Molina Perez 22.32
Rostyslav Fedyna 23.83 Piotr Jachowicz 23.64
Paul Pijulet 20.76 Soren Holm 20.56
Ben Mayes 19.62 Till Barthel 19.50


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Royal fan
3 years ago

Way to go Queens! Great start to the relays.

Reply to  Royal fan
3 years ago

Trump should build a wall around D2.

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