Worcester, Mass. - Three different Bantams won races, as the Trinity College men's swimming and diving team tuned up for its conference championships later this month with an fine performance in the Tech Sprints at Worcester Polytechnic Institute this afternoon. Trinity sophomores Blake Jamilkowski (New York, N.Y.) and Radojica Pavlovic (Belgrade, Serbia) both finished first in one race, second in another, and third in a third, while sophomore Marco Rupp (Wolfsburg, Austria) won the 25-yard freestyle at 10.14 and placed third in the 50-yard butterfly at 23.67. Jamilkowski won the 25-yard fly at 10.71, second in the 50-yard breaststroke with a time of 27.55, and third in the 100-yard IM at 54.82. Pavlovic took first in the 100-yard free at 47.76, second in the 25-yard freestyle at 10.18, and third in the 50-yard free at 22.03. In the 200-yard freestyle relay, Jamilkowski, Pavlovic, Rupp, and senior tri-captain Nikola Kostic (Belgrade, Serbia) registered a second-place time of 1:27.56.
Trinity Men's Swimming And Diving Shines At Tech Sprints
Feb 02, 2019