Men's Swimming Suffers First Loss of the Season to Rowan, 145-108
GLASSBORO, N.J. - The Swarthmore men's swim team suffered its first loss of the season on Saturday, falling in non-Conference action to Rowan University by a 145-108 score.
Junior John Flaherty accounted for the Garnet's lone individual win, taking the 200 butterfly in 2:03.56.
Senior Daniel Duncan scored three second-place finishes, none of which were more than eleven-hundreths of a second behind the top time. His 200 freestyle (1:47.18) missed out on the top spot by a mere tenth of a second; in the 500 freestyle, he was outtouched 4:55.51 to 4:55.61; and the 200 IM was decided by 0.11, with Duncan touching second in 2:02.19.
The Garnet will return to action on the weekend of November 30-December 1, as the team hosts the Swarthmore Invitational.