CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Breaking two school records and earning one NCAA A cut and nine NCAA B Cuts, the MIT men's swimming and diving team had a thoroughly dominating weekend, winning the six team MIT Invitational swim meet. The Engineer men amassed 1424 points, almost double that of second place NYU and third place Tufts University.
The Engineers started the meet out well by placing first and second in the 200 yard freestyle relay. Ubellacker, Dunn, Craig Cheney, Brett Boval won the event in 1:21.86 and earned a B Cut for Nationals, setting a team record in the process. MIT then took five of the top six spots in the 500 yard freestyle, led by freshman Carlo Biedenharn (4:40.71).