Despite going up against very stiff competition, the Judges competed hard and utilized their impressive depth to finish the invitational in 10th place with over 30 individual swimmers tallying points.
Despite top-tier competition, Brandeis competed hard and showed their depth to remain in 10th place while also boasting an impressive 29 individual swimmers who tallied points.
A tough invitational against D1, D2 and D3 teams started with the Judges showing tremendous depth on day one with an astounding 25 different swimmers scoring points. Led by Tamir Zitelny and Bailey gold, the Judges sit at 10th place.
Brendon Lu, Daniel Wohl and Tamir Zitelny all proved victorious in a pair of losses to the top-15-ranked Jumbo squads.
Olivia Stebbins won both breaststroke events in the loss to the Bears, while Tamir Zitelny won the 100 back and 100 fly.
The team results were not as hoped as the Brandies Men and Women both lost by a wide margin. However, impressive individual performances were the highlight of the meet as Olivia Stebbins paced the Women with two wins, while Brendon Lu and Tamir Zitelny led the Men with three and two wins, respectively.
The men had one race win and fell, 185-103, while the women had two and lost 205-79.
The Judges defeated Smith and Simmons, but lost to WPI and Babson Uajda Musaku was a runner-up in the 100 freestyle.
Rookie Bailey Gold had a pair of individual wins for the Judges.
Audrey Kim helped the Judges win the 800-yard medley relay.
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