2006-07 Final Regular Season Record:
5-6 duals, 7-7 overall
11/18/06: Wesleyan 175, Bates 82
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Amherst 159, Wesleyan 116
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Cardinal Invitational - Brandeis 1100, Wesleyan 1019.5, Keene St.
865.5, M.I.T. 739
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154, Trinity 134
Link to complete Trinity meet results
Williams 181.5, Wesleyan
104 ; Tufts 188, Wesleyan 98
Link to complete meet results at Williams w/Tufts
Conn. College 180, Wesleyan
108 ; Wesleyan 207, Clark 86 ; Wesleyan 197, Colby-Sawyer
Link to complete meet results at Conn. College w/Clark & Colby Sawyer
Colby 173, Wesleyan
117 ; Wesleyan 148, Bowdoin 131
Link to complete meet results at Colby w/Bowdoin (Note - Trinity also competed but vs. Colby & Bowdoin only)
Guard 160, Wesleyan 121
Link to complete Coast Guard meet results
NESCAC Championship at
Bowdoin - 7th of 11 teams
Team scoring - Williams 2019.5, Amherst 1308, Tufts 1306, Middlebury 1182, Conn. College 952.5, Colby 898, Wesleyan 800, Bowdoin 590, Hamilton 583, Trinity 443, Bates 372.
HIGHLIGHTS - Ben Byers '07 made it four consecutive years as an all-NESCAC performer in both the 1000 freestyle and the 1650 freestyle. He placed second in both races with a solid national "B" cut time of 16:01.15 in the 1650. He also placed fifth in the 500 free with another national "B" cut effort (4:38.96). The quartet of Dan Storms '10, Jeff Stein '08, Chris Becker '09 and Mike Pepi '08 broke two team records, eclipsing the 200 free relay mark with a 1:25.14, bettering the three-year old record of 1:25.38, and coming through with a 3:09.77 in the 400 free relay, nipping the record of 3:09.88 set in 1994. Diver Dave Wilkinson '09 had a pair of championship-round results, placing fifth in the one-meter board and seventh in the three-meter dive while J.P. Valente '10 came in eighth in the one-meter..
Link to complete NESCAC meet results
Division III Championships at
U. of Houston - 45h (tied) of 55 scoring teams
Top 10 Team scoring - Kenyon 570, Denison 351, Emory 318, Williams 305, Gustavus Adolphus 225, John Hopkins 175, St. Olaf 161.5, Washington & Lee 145, Grove City 118, UC Santa Cruz 110. Wesleyan (45th-tied) - 5 points..
HIGHLIGHTS - Ben Byers became an All-American for the third time in his career by placing 14th in the 1650 free with a time of 15:54.08 and 15th in the 500 free with a finals time of 4:35.30. Both give him honorable-mention All-America status. Byers was 11th in the 1650 free in 2004 and fifth in 2005 while he had never placed higher than 19th in three previous efforts in the 500 free at Nationals. Byers also was one of four Wesleyan athletes recently named All-America by the Collegiate Water Polo Association. Byers was honorable-mention while John Haley, also a swimming team member, was a second-team pick. The other two were Matt Brownstein (2nd team) and Andrew Jaycox (also a baseball team member, honorable-mention).