Men’s Swimming & Diving Stays in Fourth at 2020 Landmark Conference Championships

Junior Jack Donnelly won a Landmark Conference title in the 100-breaststroke on Saturday night in Germantown, Md. © Photo by Timothy R. Dougherty / doubleeaglephotography.com
Junior Jack Donnelly won a Landmark Conference title in the 100-breaststroke on Saturday night in Germantown, Md. © Photo by Timothy R. Dougherty / doubleeaglephotography.com
Jack Donnelly Timothy Quigley Michael Diana

 

Full Saturday Results

GERMANTOWN, Md. - After two days of the 2020 Landmark Conference Swimming & Diving Championships, The University of Scranton men's team remains in fourth place overall in the team competition that is being held at the Germantown Indoor Swim Center.

Overall, the Royals have accumulated 373 total points. Catholic leads the way entering Sunday's final day of competition with 650 points, followed by Susquehanna with 431.5 points.

Here are some highlights from the second day of competition in Germantown.

  • To start the finals off, the Royals' 200-medley relay team notched an All-Landmark Conference selection with a second place finish in 1:34.16 (a new school record). On the squad for Scranton were juniors Matt Mills (Sewell, N.J./Washington Township), Jack Donnelly (Washington Crossing, Pa./Council Rock North) and John Fimmano (Southbury, Conn./Pomperaug), along with senior Timothy Quigley (Hatboro, Pa./Archbishop Wood).

  • In the 100-butterfly, Quigley notched an All-Landmark Conference finish of his own, placing second with a mark of 51.03. Freshman Michael Krumenacker (Ambler, Pa./St. Joseph's Prep), meanwhile, finished fifth in the event in 52.17.

  • After sophomore Evan Morgan (Hillsborough, N.Y./Hillsborough) finished fifth in the 200-freestyle in 1:46.31, Donnelly became a Landmark Conference individual champion in the 100-breaststroke with a time of 56.13, which is a new school record in the event. Joining Donnelly on the podium was freshman teammate Kyle Kovalenko (Pennsburg, Pa./Upper Perkiomen), who was third in 58.15.

  • On the diving board, senior Michael Diana (Somerset, N.J./Imaculata-Somerville) finished off his great career at Landmark Conference Championship events with a second place finish in the three-meter dive with a mark of 398.45 to earn All-Landmark honors.

  • In the final event of the day, the 800-freestyle relay, the Royals recorded a fourth place finish with a time of 7:09.02.

The University of Scranton men's swimming & diving team wraps up action at the 2020 Landmark Conference Championships tomorrow in Germantown. For full information on this year's event, click here: https://landmarkconference.org/sports/swimdive/2019-20/championships.

--ROYALS--