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Trinity Men's Swimming And Diving Beaten At Bowdoin

Trinity Men's Swimming And Diving Beaten At Bowdoin

Brunswick, Maine - Sophomores Blake Jamilkowski (New York, N.Y.) and Radojica Pavlovic (Belgrade, Serbia) won individual races, as the visiting Trinity College Bantams opened a two-day swing through Maine with a 216-80 setback against the Bowdoin College Polar Bears in men's swimming and diving action this afternoon at Greason Pool.  Jamilkowski won the 50-yard butterfly with a time of 23.66, and Pavlovic took first in the 50-yard freestyle by .22 seconds with a time of 21.99.  Trinity drops to 3-3 and will close the dual-meet season at Colby tomorrow at noon.

Pavlovic was also second in the 100-yard freestyle with a time of 48.34, while fellow sophomore Marco Rupp (Wolfsburg, Austria) gave Trinity two of the top three in 50-yard fly with a third-place time of 24.63.  Bantam senior tri-captain Nikola Kostic (Belgrade, Serbia) was the runner-up in the 500-yard freestyle at 4:56.02, and first-year Ryan Schaum (Tarrytown, N.Y.) posted a second-place performance in the 400-yard IM with a time of 1:06.01.  Sophomore Alex Schrock (Long Lake, Minn.) highlighted the Trinity diving with third-place scores off both boards.  In relays, the sophomore foursome of Jamilkowski, Pavlovic, Rupp, and Kyle Long (Cape Elizabeth, Maine) came in second-place with a time of 1:30.24 in the 200-yard freestyle race.