INDIANAPOLIS, IND. -- Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology
captured three first-place honors to highlight a meet featuring
NCAA Division I IUPUI and Butler on Saturday in Indianapolis.
The Engineers were led by sophomore Andrew Podgorski
(Goshen, Ind.) with two first place finishes. He won
the 50-yard freestyle in a time of 22.61 and the 100-yard freestyle
Junior Matt Ross (West Lafayette,
Ind./Harrison) finished first in the 100 yard butterfly
with a time 53.11.
Rose-Hulman also featured three second-place finishes in
The 200 yard medley relay team of freshman Robert Larson
(Edina, Minn.), sophomore Logan Ryan (Kent,
Wash./Kentwood Senior), sophomore Theo Famprikis
(Thessaloniki, Greece/Anatolia College) and sophomore
Ryan Sagul (Gainesville, Fla.) finished with a
second place time of 1:48.58.
The 200 yard freestyle relay, consisting of freshman
Eric Yuhas (Fremont, Ohio/Ross), junior
Ross Meininger (Cincinnati, Ohio/Oak Hills),
sophomore Stephen Wuest (Fort Wayne, Ind./Bishop
Dwenger) and Famprikis finished in second in
1:32.14. Wuest also placed second in the 200 yard freestyle
with a time of 1:52.38.
Rose-Hulman returns to action at the College Conference of
Illinois and Wisconsin Diving Championships on Saturday. The
CCIW Swimming Championships are scheduled for Feb. 16-18.