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Men's Swimming and Diving at Gustie Challenge

Friday, February 1st, 2019 – 6:00 p.m./10:00 a.m./5:00 p.m. at St. Peter, Minn. - Lund Center Natatorium

Knights wrap up regular season at Gustie Challenge

Jake Winter
Jake Winter
Photo: Ruthie Yankwitt '22


ST. PETER, Minn. – The Carleton College men’s swimming and diving team concluded the pre-conference meet portion of its schedule at the Gustie Challenge. The unscored, two-day competition served as the final meet of the season for three squad members, while the rest of the roster used the weekend as a final tune-up for the MIAC Championships to be held in two weeks.

The taper group for this meet included Logan Peters (So./Ames, Iowa./Ames), Axel Stahl (So./Tijeras, MN/Sandia Prep), and Jake Winter (So./Bethesda, Md./Walt Whitman).

"Speaking behalf of all the coaches, we were super impressed with the energy and enthusiasm that our tapered team members brought to this meet," said Carleton head coach Andy Clark. "Despite everyone on the team having seven to eight events to swim, the level of focus and excitement was right where we needed it to be. No question that the tapered team members put the team in the right mode to perform at this meet."

Carleton’s best finishes came in the relays. The trio of Jack Heinzel (So./Pennington, N.J./Hopewell Valley Central), Andrew Chang (So./Vancouver, Wash./Union), and Jack Dalluge (Jr./Waverly, Minn./Watertown-Mayer) teamed with Ryan Wetzel (Jr./Salem, Ore./West Salem) for second place in the 400-yard medley relay (3:41.01) and with Stevie Fitch (So./Redmond, Wash./Nikola Tesla Stem School) for a runner-up result in the 200-yard medley relay (1:40.04).

The Knights had two other top-three results. Chang was third in the 400-yard IM at 4:27.49, and Eli Offman (Fy./Toronto, Ont./Canada Greenwood College) matched that finish in the 100-yard backstroke at 57.24, as he was out-touched for second place by 0.03 second.