Denison Men Cruise to 800 Free Relay Victory at NCAA D3 Swimming Championships

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Men’s 800 Free Relay

NCAA Record: 6:29.27 – Lordi, Kimball, Coggin, Schmidt (Johns Hopkins – 2013)
2016 Champion: 6:32.55 – Fleming, Lindell, Stevenson, Brunk (Denison)

The Denison men topped the competition in the men’s 800 free relay with a smooth finish of 6:30.72. The winning relay consisted of Wault Dauksher (1:37.43), Jackson Lindell (1:37.40), Stuart Hohm (1:38.10), and Bradley Stevenson (1:37.79).

Johns Hopkins’ Evan Holder (1:36.79), Andrew Greenhalgh (1:37.54), Davis Knox (1:39.31), and Michael Wohl (1:38.92) finished second overall with a combined time of 6:32,56.

Arthur Conover (1:37.03), Robert Williams (1:37.53), Ambert Sawaya (1:39.46), and Gabriel Bellott-Mcgrath (1:39.63) of Kenyon picked up third overall with a 6:33.64.

Emory took fourth with a time of 6:36.49, followed by TCNJ’s 6:38.84.

MIT (6:39.24), Claremont (6:40.17), and Williams (6:40.19) rounded out the top eight.

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