UW-Stevens Point dominates again
Pointers grab three titles on final day of championship meet
BROWN DEER, Wis. – UW-Stevens Point dominated from the opening event on Thursday and swam its way to a 12th consecutive Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (WIAC) Championship. The league title for the Pointers was their 14th in the past 15 seasons and 16th overall.
The Pointers finished the three-day event with a team total of 945 points, outpacing second place UW-Eau Claire by 306 points.
On the final day of the championship the Pointers secured three men’s championships.
Luuk Dekkers captured the men’s title in the 1650 free with his time of 16:18.66. Sam Davy secured another Pointer conference title with his swim of 45.47 in the 100 free.
The men’s 400 free relay team of Matt Olp, Joey Clapp, Ryan Farmer and Sam Davy posted a NCAA “B” cut time on their way a conference championship. Davy was a part of the league record-setting team in 2009.
For his three day effort Sam Davy was named the swimmer of the meet. Matt Olp was named the Max Sparger Scholar-Athlete. Olp was also named to the All-Sportsmanship Team.