Watch: Delaware Men’s Talent Show Dance To Frozen, Beiber, & More

Video courtesy “3wc badsky” Youtube Channel. 

The University of Delaware men can add another skill to their athletic resumes: dancing. In the video above, the team performs a dance routine to “Let It Go” from Frozen, Justin Beiber’s “Sorry,” Selena Gomez’s “Can’t Keep My Hands to Myself,” and more.

The boys boast some serious dance moves.

This year, the team, coached by John Hayman in his twenty-seventh season, finished fourth at the Colonial Athletic Association championships. The boys’ top finishers at that meet included runner-up senior Alex Tooley (1650 free: 15:38.26) and runner-up junior Cory Camp (500 free: 4:25.80). Their 400 free relay of junior Alex Hillsley, junior Tomas Elder, freshman Andrew Woerth, and sophomore Nicholas Badsky also grabbed a second place finish in 2:59.71. Diver Luke Winkler, a junior, grabbed the men’s three-meter title.

The Delaware men had eight All-CAA performers this season including Camp, Badsky, Tooley, Hillsley, Elder, Woerth, sophomore Patrick Savidge, and Winkler. The blue hens finished off the season with a dual record of 6-6, and, back in November, they notched a first-place win at the Franklin and Marshall Winter Invite in Lancaster, PA.

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