GRANVILLE-- Denison men's swimming & diving were sharp in their 173.5-124.5 victory over Kenyon College on Saturday at the Trumbull Aquatics Center. The top-ranked Big Red won 10 events and logged three season-best NCAA 'B' cut performances.
One of those 'B' cuts came in the 200 freestyle as Stuart Hohm posted a winning time of 1:40.12 for the victory. Walt Dauksher was second in 1:41.46.
In the 400 IM, current NCAC Swimmer of the Week, Bebe Wang, took third in the event but logged a season-best 'B' performance in 4:05.52.
Max Howes was a three-time winner on Saturday as he swam on both winning relays while taking first in the 100 free (46.42). In the 200 medley relay, Howes was joined by PJ Desmet, Jake Ball and Kenny Fox for a time of 1:32.87. In the 400 free relay, Howes led off the race. He was followed by Fox, Hohm and Dauksher who touched in 3:04.21.
In the 100 fly, Fox hit the wall first in 50.10. Kymani Senior was third in 51.11. Fox added a runner-up finish in the 50 free after a time of 21.20.
The 200 breaststroke was won by Ball in 2:07.93. He also posted a third-place showing in the 100 breaststroke in 58.59. Placing second in the 100 breast was Tiernan Foster-Smith in 58.56.
On the 3-meter board, Allen placed first with a six-dive score of 273.30. Burke was third with a total of 242.78.
The Big Red returns to competition on December 1 when they travel to Oxford, Ohio for the three-day Miami Invitational.