Feb. 3, 2006
Cambridge, MA - The Yale men's swim team began competition in the Yale-Harvard-Princeton Double-Dual meet today, which was hosted by Harvard. Harvard scored 131 to Yale's 55 points. Princeton has 135 points to Yale's 51 points thus far. Harvard leads against Princeton 99-87.
Alex Righi '09 came in second in the 100 back in 48.85, which gave him a new Yale record for the event. The record was previously held by Alex Nash '04. Righi was also a strong performer in the 50 free, nabbing second place in 20.45 seconds.
Andrew Foss '07 was third in the 200 free with a time of 23.61.
Jeffrey Lichtenstein '08 was second in the 1 meter dive with a score of 277.90 points.
The Elis continue their meet against Harvard and Princeton tomorrow, Feb. 4 in Cambridge.
Report filed by Christie Yang '06, Yale Sports Publicity.