For the third year, Estacio competed in the backstroke events. On the second day of competition, he raced in the 100-yard backstroke, finishing seventh during the preliminary round. Later that day, in a fast finals race, Estacio recorded an eighth-place, All-America finish with a time of 51.23 seconds. The
The Jeffs began the meet with a strong first place finish in the 200-yard medley relay, led by the team of seniors Elan Ghazal and co-captain Chuck Clinton, junior Bryan Woo and sophomore John Ancona. Junior Adam Lewkowitz followed with a solid second-place finish in the 1000-yard freestyle, closely trailed
Those who earned the honor to compete with qualifying in-season times were first-years John Ancona and Ethan Treat, sophomores Rick Estacio and Bryan Woo, junior Chuck Clinton and senior co-captain Mike Pohorylo. The weekend marked the bitter-sweet end of collegiate swimming for Pohorylo, the star Jeff of the meet. Last
The meet began with a tribute to the team’s four graduating seniors, co-captains Dan Morash and Mike Pohorylo, Grant Mandsager and Steve Shapiro. Following the celebrations, the Jeffs started the meet off with a strong one-two-three finish by the Jeffs after both Pride medley relay teams were disqualified.