NAPLES, Fla. – Freshman Mitchell Lockwood (Winchester, Mass.) was among a trio of Camels to have a hand in three event victories as the Connecticut College men's swimming team cruised to a 149-85 triumph over Grinnell in Florida on Monday afternoon. The Camels registered their second dual meet victory of the winter by recording a first-place finish in every swimming event.
Lockwood helped set the tone by swimming the opening backstroke leg for the winning 200-yard medley relay which clocked in at 1:39.08 and also included sophomores AJ Steininger (Manhattan, N.Y.) and Dash Hunter (Wesport, Conn.) as well as freshman Sean Geisler (New Paltz, N.Y.). He then captured the 50 free in 22.36 seconds as well as the 100 back in 55.27. Hunter also won the 100 fly in 52.30 and the 100 breast in 1:00.89.
Other notable performances were made by junior Charlie Adl (New Canaan, Conn.) and junior Jared Nussbaum (Ridgefield, Conn). Adl was victorious in the 200 free in 1:41.87 and the 100 free in 46.29 before teaming up with freshman Julien Legros (Yorktown Heights, N.Y.), sophomore Neal Mahoney (West Peabody, Mass.), and junior Brandon Louison (Westport, Conn.) to comprise the winning 200 medley relay that touched the wall in 1:27.46. Nussbaum posted winning times of 4:41.99 and 9:43.02 in the 500 and 1,000 free, respectively.
Connecticut College (2-1) will next trek to face Bentley, a Division II institution, for another dual meet on Sunday afternoon at 1 p.m.