Hoosiers Sit in Seventh After Day One at Miami Invite
December 5, 2002
Oxford, Ohio- The Indiana men's swimming and diving team that traveled to the Miami Invitational sits in seventh place after the first day of competition. Only two events, the 800 free relay and the 1650 free, were held on the first day of competition at the Miami Invitational.
The Hoosiers accumulated 89 points on day one and are in seventh. Kenyon College sits in first with 227 points followed by John Hopkins and Toledo in second and third, respectively.
Sophomores Temujin Gold and David Doerr led the way for Indiana in the lone individual event of the day, the 1650 free. Gold placed 22nd with a time of 16:44.58, while Doerr was 25th at 16:54.65. Sophomore Brian Ellsworth went 17:06.33 in placing 28th for Indiana.
Indiana's 'A' relay placed ninth, while Indiana 'B' placed 12th in the 800 free relay. The team of junior Adam Goff, freshman Hank Baldwin, Ellsworth and Gold was ninth with a time of 7:06.73. Indiana 'B' comprised of freshman Blake Wallace, sophomores Niles Madison and Jonathon Burgess, and Doerr was 13th at 7:17.88.
The Miami Invitational will continue tomorrow with prelims at 9:00 a.m. and finals at 6:00 p.m. The events that will be competed tomorrow include the 200 free relay, the 200 butterfly, the 200 free, the 100 breaststroke, the 100 backstroke, the 200 individual medley, three-meter diving, one-meter diving and the 400 medley relay.
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