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Valpo Sets Two School Records on Final Day of Horizon League Championships
Adam Jajtner was a part of two records on Saturday.
Adam Jajtner was a part of two records on Saturday.

Sunday, February 24, 2008

Box Score

            Valparaiso set two school records on the final day of the Horizon League Championships on Saturday evening in Akron, Ohio.

            Adam Jajtner (Port Washington, Wis./Port Washington H.S.) shattered the school record in the mile more than nearly 18 seconds with his time of 16:26.58, placing seventh in the event.  The junior bettered Joel Bretscher’s 1977 mark of 16:44.11.

            The Crusaders finished the meet with a school record in the 400 freestyle relay.  The team of Blake Edwards (Orange, Calif./Lutheran H.S. of Orange County), Jajtner, Dan Meals (Washington, Ill./Washington Community H.S.), and Sivak turned in a time of 3:11.09, bettering the 2000 mark by .03 seconds.

            “Adam had a great swim in the 1650 and we had four solid swims in the record-setting relay,” interim head coach Barbara Tyree said.  “It was a great way to finish the evening and the championships.”

            David Sivak (Hobart, Ind./Hobart H.S.) moved into second place on Valpo’s all-time list in the 100 freestyle with a time of 46.66 seconds, finishing in a tie for 14th place.

            Ansel Hillmer (Tampa, Fla./Hillsborough H.S.) turned in the fourth fastest time ever at Valpo in the 200 butterfly with his 1:59.97 effort on Saturday evening.

            Kyle Verage (Hubertus, Wis./Marquette H.S.) was Valpo’s top finisher in the 200 backstroke with a mark of 2:02.02, the ninth best time all-time for a Crusader swimmer.  Skyler Lennan (Lee’s Summit, Mo./North H.S.) had the top Brown and Gold performance in the 200 breaststroke with a season’s best mark of 2:19.99.

            “With a small contingent of swimmers we held our own this weekend and did a fine job,” Tyree concluded.

            Valpo finished the season with a sixth place finish in the championships, tallying 193.5 points.  Wright State won the team title with 794 points followed by Cleveland State.

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