NEWARK, Del. – The Blue Hens collected their first win of the year Saturday afternoon with a 182-75 victory versus Washington College at Rawstrom Natatorium.
Delaware registered top place finishes in all 12 events while senior captain Patrick Savidge led the way with three titles and junior Asher Kiely picked up two of his own.
Savidge recorded a time of 9:26.62 for a first place standing in the 1000-yard freestyle and followed with a time of 57.97 in the 100-yard backstroke. He wrapped the day by logging a mark of 4:37.31 in the 500-yard freestyle.
Kiely helped lead the 200-yard medley relay to a first place finishing time of 1:36.59 before taking home the individual gold in the 100-yard backstroke (52.75) and 100-yard butterfly (51.93).
Other members of the 200-yard medley relay include freshman Brandon Evers, junior Andrew Woerth and senior Brad Donohue.
Head Coach John Hayman
“It was good to get a couple of wins under our belt.  We were able to move some swimmers around to get some exposure in different events.  We continue to improve with each meet and we even had a few lifetime best swims today.  We are off next Saturday, so our focus is now on the Pod meet the first weekend in November at UNCW.”

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