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Laker Men Defeat Indianapolis, 182-102, In The Pool
 

 

 

Jan. 24, 2009

Complete Results

Allendale, Mich. - Grand Valley State won 13 events, including five 1-2-3 finishes en route to a 182-102 victory over Indianapolis Saturday afternoon at the GVSU Pool. The dual completed the regular season for the Laker men who will now prepare for the GLIAC Championships that will be held Feb. 11-14 at Jenison High School in Jenison, Mich. Grand Valley State will serve as the host school for the 2009 GLIAC Swimming and Diving Championships.

The Laker 200 individual medley relay team of Evan Kobes, Hans Hill, Aaron Beebe and Matt Witkowski touched first in a time of 1:35.84. David Hayhow won the 1000 free in a time of 9:52.32, followed by a 1-2-3 finish in the 200 free. Matt Witkowski finished first (1:42.57), while Kyle Burgher was second (1:45.06) and Jon Bardsley third (1:45.06). Kobes claimed first-place honors in the 100 back (52.77), followed by Jordan Schrotenboer in second (54.11). Hans Hill touched first in the 100 breast (59.65), while Aaron Beebe was second (1:57.48) and Justin Pattermann third (1:57.95) in the 200 fly. Witkowski added two more wins as he won the 50 free (21.97) and the 100 free (47.65). Burgher was second in the 100 free (48.80) and Joe Sayre was third (49.24).

Schrotenboer tallied a win in the 200 back (1:57.37), while Jeff Pauza was second (1:59.16) and Evan Kobes third (1:59.32). Hill won the 200 breast (2:14.45), followed by a Hayhow victory in the 500 free (4:49.88). Bardsley was second in the 500 free (4:51.51). Beebe picked up a win 100 fly (53.05). Even Betts finished first on the 1-meter board (286.80) and the 3-meter board (301.88). Reece Bierhalter was second on the 1-meter board (283.72) and Patrick VanDommelen was third (248.48). GVSU completed the dual by swimming the final two events as exhibitions.

 

 

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