November 7, 2015
Wolverines drops pair to CMU, Rochester
GROVE CITY, Pa. -- The Grove City College men's swimming and diving team opened its 2015-16 home schedule with a pair of losses to Carnegie Mellon and Rochester in a double-dual meet on Saturday afternoon in the James E. Longnecker Competition Pool.
Grove City fell to Carnegie Mellon 232-66 and to Rochester 182-101. CMU defeated Rochester 193-100.
Freshman Dane Hoselton (Naples, N.Y./Naples Central) took first overall in the 100 backstroke to lead the Wolverines. Hoselton swam a victorious time of 54.15 seconds.
Fellow freshman Rhys Dickhudt (Troy, Mich./Bloomfield Christian) earned a win over Rochester with a 54.30 in the 100 fly, good for fifth overall. Dickhudt also finished fourth in the 1000 in 10:34.67 and beat his lifetime best in the 200 fly by four seconds to finish fifth with a 2:02.66.
Senior Jordan Dehli (Moneta, Va./Staunton River) took fourth in the 50 free in 22.15 seconds while junior Jeremy Kim (Frederick, Md./New Life Christian) was fourth in the 200 fly (2:02.65) and fifth in the 500 free (5:07.06). Hoselton also finished fifth in the 200 back in 2:02.90.
Two Grove City men competed in the diving portion of the meet on Friday night. Freshman Matt Schallus (Pittsburgh, Pa./Seneca Valley) took fourth on the 1-meter board in his first collegiate meet with a 141.90 while sophomore Sam Archibald (Grove City, Pa./Grove City) was fourth on the 3-meter board (117.98) and fifth on the 1-meter (114.61).
Grove City hosts Wheeling Jesuit next Saturday at 1 p.m. During the meet, the Wolverines will honor their All-Americans and CSCAA Scholar All-Americans from the 2014-15 season.
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