Despite only having one invidiual title winner, the depth of the Emory men’s swim team led them to their second title in program history.
It’s a toss-up in the women’s standings between Kenyon, who enter the session leading Emory by 4 points and Denison by 4.5 points.
Emory broke Johns Hopkins record of 6:29.27 which had stood since 2013. Nicholas Goudie split a 1:35.37 anchor leg to help break the record.
Gillooly also went the #1 time for NCAA Division III this season as he swam a 19.52 in the prelims session of the Metropolitan Collegiate Championships.
As we head into the winter break, Emory women and men lead the nation in Swimulator points for Division III thus far in the 2021-22 season.
Martin Espernberger, who trains at the Bolles School in Jacksonville, Florida, swam a new personal best in the 200 fly on Saturday near Atlanta, Georgia.
LSU commit Peyton Curry demolished her best time in the 200 freestyle at Dynamo’s 18&Under Champs, after already breaking it on Thursday night.
In the 200 breast on Friday, Henry posted a 2:13.85, her first-ever instance under 2:15. She followed that up with an easy win in the 100, going 1:00.91.
The Dynamo Swim Club held the 2020 Doug Coers Modified Pentathlon at their home pool in Atlanta, Georgia this past week.
Dynamo and Long Island Aquatic Club shared the women’s title while SwimMAC Carolina took home the top prize in the men’s meet at 2019 Speedo Juniors.
Ian Grum earned his 3rd gold medal of the night while anchoring the Dynamo boys to a National Age Group record in the 400 free relay.
Nicholas Goudie has committed to swim for Emory University. Goudie stands to make strong contributions in the sprint freestyle and butterfly events.