Nov. 6, 2009
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – John Lytle and Petar Petrovic both earned a pair of first-place finishes but the Notre Dame men’s swimming and diving team fell by a 105-195 margin to Purdue at the Boilermaker Aquatic Center on Friday.
Notre Dame (3-1) hits the water again in one week with a dual meet at Pittsburgh (Nov. 13). The meet begins at 4:30 p.m. (ET).
1,650 Free: Michael Sullivan (15:57.87) was fourth overall.
100 Back: Petrovic won the first of his two races in 50.33.
100 Breast: Notre Dame’s highest finisher was Christopher Johnson, who was third in 57.57.
200 Fly: LeBlanc (1:51.72) was second, just one spot ahead of Wesley Mullins (1:54.30).
50 Free: Overholt (21.09) was third while Nosal earned points with a six-place finish in 21.63.
100 Free: Lytle’s second win came in 45.75 … Hoffman was two spots behind after going 46.60.
200 Back: Petrovic touched first in 1:51.27 … Sullivan was a close second in 1:51.40.
200 Breast: P.J. Koppel was third with a 2:09.01.
500 Free: Ryan Belecanech paced the Irish with a fourth-place showing in 4:42.54.
100 Fly: LeBlanc (50.94) was fifth and Bass (51.52) was sixth overall.
400 Individual Medley: Sullivan (4:03.84) was second in the final individual race of the night.
200 Free Relay: The relay squad of Lytle, Overholt, Nosal and Hoffman brought home the gold in 1:22.98.
1-meter Diving: Caleb Dunnichay was the highest finishing Irish diver … he was third with 310.58 points.
3-meter Diving: A fifth-place showing by Dunnichay (303.68) was Notre Dame’s best in the event.