SMITHFIELD, R.I. – Freshman Trevor Hazlewood (Corpus Christi, Texas) broke the 1-meter dive school record, finishing with a score of 278.60, but the Bulldogs fell to Harvard and Rider in a double-dual meet in Cambridge, Mass. on Saturday afternoon.
Coach Cameron's Comments
"The men competed against two very strong programs today. Harvard and Rider are very talented. We stayed very tough throughout the meet. Ben had one of the best meets of his collegiate career and Trevor broke a school record! We look forward to seeing Rider again in Buffalo at MAACs in a few weeks when we are healthy and rested."
- Harvard was off and running in the first events of the meet, with the Crimson taking each of the first four events and establishing a lead they would not relinquish to either team.
How the Swimmers Did
- Senior Ben Schulte (Tumon, Guam) took home a pair of victories in the 100 breast (57.03) and 200 breast (2:06.71).
- Freshman Matthew Mays (St. Croix, Virgin Islands) added a top-three finish in the 200 back (1:54.71).
- Junior Tavish Boyle (Springfield, N.J.) tallied a pair of fourth-place finishes for the Bulldogs in the 100 breast (59.51) and 200 breast (2:11.68).
- Sophomore Robert Davis (Glastonbury, Conn.) added a fourth-place finish in the 500 free (4:51.24) and junior Charlie Broe (New Windsor, N.Y.) finished fourth in the 200 back (2:00.13).
How the Divers Did
- In addition to his school-record breaking 1-meter performance, Hazlewood finished fifth in the 3-meter (285.90).
- Junior Kevin Sullivan (East Lyme, Conn.) added scores of 228.55 in the 1-meter and 223.35 in the 3-meter.
Stats and Notables
- The previous 1-meter record was 277.55 set by Conor Makepeace in 2013.
- Schulte's two wins give him a team-high 19 on the season.
- The senior also set a season team-best with a 1:43.83 time in the 200 free.
- Sophomore Juan Gonzalez (Al Safa, Dubai) swam season bests in the 50 free (21.99) and 100 free (48.95).
- Broe's time in the 200 back is also a season-best for him.
Bryant heads to Poughkeepsie to take on Marist at 1:00 p.m. on Saturday afternoon.