Cort Breaks Devil Record on Day Three of Centennial Championships

Photo by David Sinclair Photography
Photo by David Sinclair Photography

LANCASTER, Pa. - Senior Logan Cort wrote himself into the Dickinson record books on Saturday night at he broke the school record for the 200-yard freestyle as the Red and White fought hard all night on day three of the Centennial Conference championships at the Kunkel Aquatic Center. 

Cort's time of 1:41.77 broke the former record of 1:42.70 set back in 2019. It was also the winning time for the "B" final, while teammate Daulton Kendall earned a 15th-place finish with a time of 1:46.86.

The team of Cameron McConagha, Justin Wong, Cort, and Kendall took sixth in the 200-yard freestyle relay by stopping the clock in 1:26.28. In the "B" final the group of Nolan Chenot, Connor Frederickson, Alexander Kanard, and Cooper Kocon hit the wall at 1:28.70 for a 13th-place finish. 

McConagha came in second during the "B" final of the 100-yard butterfly with a mark of 51.57 which was good for 10th overall in the event. Chenot also competed taking 14th in 52.27.

Wong was the lone DC swimmer in the 100-yard breaststroke posting a time of 1:00.98.

Dickinson continues to hold down sixth place in the team standings with 173 points and will try to get into the Top-5 tomorrow as the Red and White pursue the Shoremen of Washington College (242). Swarthmore College paces the pack with 618, followed by Franklin & Marshall (553) and Gettysburg (431).

Next on the Pool Deck

The Red Devils will finish up at the Centennial Conference championships tomorrow morning beginning at 10 a.m. with the final session set to start at 6 p.m.