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December 4, 2017
Dan Williams - Bowdoin Dan Williams
Bowdoin College
Junior • Westport, Conn.

Williams broke his own school record in the 1650 freestyle by clocking a time of 15:58.16, touching the wall nearly one minute ahead of the next finisher at the Maine State Championships. Williams also won the 500 freestyle with a time of 4:41.79.
Laura Westphal - Williams

Laura Westphal
Williams College
First Year • Northville, Mich.

Westphal won all four of her events against Boston College. Her wins included times of 1:52.86 in the 200 freestyle, 52.86 in the 100 freestyle,  5:07.64 in the 500 freestyle and a 400 freestyle relay split of 52.52.

 

November 20, 2017
Roger Gu Roger Gu
Tufts University
Sophomore • Ashland, Mass.

Gu won four individual events and was a member of four winning relay teams for the Jumbos. He won the 50 and 100 freestyle events against Coast Guard with times of 20.70 and 46.83, respectively. Gu won the same events against Middlebury with respective times of 20.72 and 46.64. His 50 freestyle time on Saturday set a new pool record at Tufts, as did the 400 medley relay which he anchored with a 44.91 split. He was also part of Tufts’ winning 200 freestyle relay on Saturday and the 200 medley and  400 freestyle relays on Sunday.

Tim Kostolansky

Tim Kostolansky
Williams College
Senior • Summit, N.J.

Kostolansky won four individual events and contributed to several relay victories. His fastest times on the weekend were: 51.30 in the 100 backstroke, 50.81 in the 100 butterfly, 21.31 in the 50 freestyle, and 47.58 in the 100 freestyle. His backstroke split in the 200 medley relay was 23.49 and his 400 freestyle relay split was 46.98.

 

Marshall Lowery Marshall Lowery
Bowdoin College
Sophomore • Arundel, Maine

Lowery swept the backstroke events against MIT and WPI, capturing the 100 in 58.45 and the 200 in 2:09.19.

 

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