MONTCLAIR, N.J. – The No. 10 ranked TCNJ men’s swimming and diving team ensured their undefeated meeting file remained intact as the workforce conquer Montclair State 186-104 on the highway Saturday afternoon.

The Lions set six unique pool documents at the Panzer Pool, with 4 coming in the drinking water and two on the boards by sophomore Ethan Weiss. The star diver’s two marks also represented new TCNJ university documents. In complete, the Lions won 11 gatherings to soar previous the Pink Hawks.

The initial file fell on the first party of the day when the 200 Medley Relay workforce of Ryan VanDeVeen, Patrick Sullivan, Richard Park and James McChesney cruised to a top time of 1:34.49.

Ryan Higgins continued his fantastic sophomore season by breaking the 1st individual pool report of the working day in the 200 again following clocking a top time of 1:53.71.
The last two records in the pool ended up both equally damaged in the last celebration of the working day in the 400 Free Relay. The quartet of McChesney, Dixon Kahler, Park and Matt Watts crushed the subject with their time of 3:08.75, winning by a in the vicinity of whopping 11 seconds as they established a new report. As the leadoff man, McChesney’s 100 cost-free break up of 45.54 was certified for the pool’s individual 100 free history, and represented the fourth and last newest history in the pool.

On the board, sophomore Ethan Weiss broke the school file and pool report at the exact time for the 1-meter 6 dives (374.95) and 1-meter 11 dives (575.55). The sophomore broke his individual 11 dive university document set earlier in the time towards Ramapo, and broke the 6-dive report set by TJ Burns in 2012.

Returning to the pool, sophomore Lukas Blach received the 200 free of charge with time of 1:46.13. He was adopted by Milo Whitley who positioned second with a 1:50.63.

Freshman Andrew Kidchob gained the 100 backstroke by touching the wall 1st in 51.98 seconds. He beat out fellow freshman Park who swam a 55.30 in 2nd put.

The Lions swept the 50 totally free with McChesney primary the pack with a time of 21.65. He was adopted in 2nd by Kahler’s 22.22 and senior Watts rounded out the trio with a time of 22.48.

The 100 totally free observed Lions choose the top two places. Freshman Brian Bull won the gatherings with a 50.04, which narrowly beat out junior Jack Marble’s 2nd spot finish of 50.15.

McChesney’s second individual occasion victory arrived in the 100 butterfly, in which the junior won with a time of 51.42.

Junior Ethan Liable gained the 500 free with a time of 4:55.79 and freshman Gavin Formon received the 200 IM with a time of 1:59.91.

The Lions will conclude the frequent season next Saturday when the Lions host No. 23 Rowan at 1 p.m. The satisfy will symbolize senior working day but also will come to a decision the 2022-23 NJAC championship.