Men's Swimming Pulls Away From the Pack at Kenyon

Day Three Results

Complete Results

Gambier, Ohio -
Another day, another school record for Brendan McHugh. It was a fitting way to end the Total Performance Invitational, as the Quakers overwhelmed the competition on their way to a second straight title at the event. Penn accumulated 1572 points over the three days, with Kenyon finishing second with 1216. No other team had over 700 points.

Following up on his record time in the 100 Breaststroke on Friday, McHugh set the 200 Breaststroke mark on Saturday during preliminaries, touching the wall in 1:56.16. During Saturday night's final, McHugh would win the event in 1:56.56, still six seconds ahead of second place. He would also set meet an pool records in the 200 IM, winning with a time of 1:49.13.

It was a busy night for his brother, as well. The night began with the 200 Medley Relay, a race won by the Penn 'A' team of Dillon McHugh, Brendan McHugh, Rhoads Worster and Peter Amos in 1:29.70. Later on, Dillon McHugh would finish third in the 200 Backstroke, an event won by Worster in 1:50.89.

Eric Vanden Noort put a cap on his weekend bywinning the500 Freestyle in 4:32.69. Vanden Noort also won the 1650 Free on Friday.

The Quakers get a much-deserved break in action until January, when they face Brown and Florida Atlantic in Boca Raton, Fla. on Jan. 4.