PHILADELPHIA - Senior James Fee and sophomore Brendan McHugh earned All-Ivy honors after helping the men's swimming team to its best Ivy Championships finish in 36 years.
The Quakers finished fourth at the 2010 Ivy League Championships, their best finish since 1974. Fee and McHugh were responsible for Penn's highest finishes at the meet, with each recording three top-three performances.
Fee finished his career at Penn with his best meet, collecting second-team All-Ivy honors with second place finishes in both the 500 yard free and the 1,000 yard free. He also broke his own school record in 1,000 free with a time of 9:10.68. In his only other event, Fee just missed out on All-Ivy, finishing third in the 1,650 yard free. The senior owns the school record in all three events.
McHugh received second-team All-Ivy honors for finishing second in the 100 yard breast with a time of 54.50. The sophomore also recorded a pair of third place finishes, in the 200 yard breast and the 200 I.M. In the I.M. McHugh broke his own school record by more than half a second, with his time of 1:47.04.