Men's Swimming Diving Wraps Up Dual Meet Schedule with 13 Golds at Clark

WPI Men's Swimming & Diving - 2022

WORCESTER --- The WPI men's swimming and diving team continued to dominate its competition, this time with a 227-57 victory over Clark University on Tuesday night in its final dual meet of the season.   

The Engineers picked up 13 first place finishes, out of 16 events, on the evening, finishing with 44 top-3 finishes including a sweep of 12 different events.  

WPI started things off with a 200 Medley relay victory as the foursome of Duncan Farquharson (Meriden, CT), Ashton Lyon (Loveland, CO), BK Jeong (Marshfield, MA), and Jack Brazer (Peterborough, NH) edged out their teammates in 1:41.64. The squad also picked up the 200 Free relay victory to close out the meet with Cory Helmuth (South Bend, IN), David MacLeod (Ocean Pines, MD), Brazer and Evan Buckley (Burnt Hills, NY) finishing in 1:32.15.  

In addition to the relay win, Farquharson came away with a pair of individual victories while Owen Krause (Potomac Falls, VA) also earned a pair of wins on the evening. Brazer, who was a part of both relay wins, picked up another individual title, while Justin Moczynski (Hingham, MA) swept the diving competition, finishing with 300+ points in both the one and three meter dives. 

Farquharson swept the backstroke competition with victories in the 50 Back and 100 Back in 25.66 and 54.83 respectively, while Krause swept the breaststroke competition taking home wins in the 50 and 100 Breast with times of 28.18 and 1:01.49 respectively. Brazer earned his third win of the day in the 50 Free, finishing the sprint in 22:38 while taking second in the 100 Free, first among Engineers, in 49.69.  

Mocznyski, Jared Seehusahai (Elkins Park, PA) and Alexander Masiero (Richmond, MA) went 1-2-3 in the 1 and 3-meter dives. Mocznyski finished with scores of 310.10 and 300.85 while Seehusahai tallied scores of 192.95 and 198.85 and Masiero rounded out the pack with finishes of 181.30 and 178.70.  

Aaron Swann (Venice, FL) earned the 1000 Free win for the Engineers in 10:25.03, Buckley added a 200 Free win to his titles with a time of 1:50.41, Matthew Olson (Honolulu, HI) finished first in the 500 Free with a time of 5:01.73 and Fraser Milligan (Middlebury, VT) rounded out the individual winners with a 200 IM time of 2:00.24. 

WPI returns to the pool this Saturday, Jan. 29 in its final event before the NEWMAC Championships when it hosts the Tech Sprints beginning at 10am.