TUCKER DIXON ‘19 | SPORTS EDITOR • The Wabash College swimming team traveled last weekend to West Lafeyette to compete in the 2017 Indiana Intercollegiates Swimming Championships hosted by Purdue University.
Wabash finished fourth out of seven teams with a total of 233 points. Purdue won the meet with 838 points. In second and third, Evansville scored a total 236 points and Rose-Hulman scored 230.5 points In fifth, DePauw finished with 177 team points, followed by Valaraiso in sixth with 102.5 points. Manchester finished last with 50 points.
The foursome of Chaz Rhodes ’21, Hunter Jones ’20, Jan Dziadek ’21, and Benny Liang ’20 got the Little Giants of to a great start by earning a second-place finish in the 200-yard medley relay. The relay team finished for a combined time of 1:35.19 to finish between two top-three Boilermaker relay teams. In the 100 butterfly, Dziadek scored a third-place finish with a time of 51.47. Kyle Louks ’19 placed tenth in that race at 53.27. Rhodes added a fifth-place finish in the 100 backstroke finishing in 53.06. Wabash competes this weekend at Anderson University.