Nine from Men’s Swimming & Diving Make All-Landmark Conference Team

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The Drew University men’s swimming & diving team achieved a program-record of nine student-athletes named to the All-Landmark Conference (LC) Team after a tremendous performance this past weekend at the LC Championships in Boyds, Md. As a team, the Rangers tied for second at the Landmark Conference Championships for the second year in a row and also set a program record with 637.5 points. Hayden Koh (’25) was named both the Men’s Swimmer of the Year and the Men’s Rookie of the Year.

Hayden Koh (’25) of Men’s Swimming. Image courtesy of

Koh accumulated 60 points for the meet and registered NCAA B cuts in all three of his events. He became Drew’s first-ever Men’s Landmark Conference Swimmer of the Year and its third Rookie of the Year. He set school, meet and conference records in the 100-butterfly when he captured the event in 48.43. He also won the 100-backstroke (49.82) and 200-butterfly (1:49.79), beating his own school records in both events. Koh participated in two relay teams (400-freestyle, 400-medley) and won additional conference titles. His leadoff split of 46.29 in the 400-freestyle set an additional school record.

The Drew University men’s swimming & diving team had nine student-athletes named to the All-Landmark Conference Team. First Team All-Landmark honors are awarded to everyone who finishes first at the Landmark Championships while second-place finishers earn Second Team All-Landmark recognition.

Eight Rangers earned First-Team All-Landmark Conference honors:

Sophomore Finn Armitt – 400-medley relay, 800-freestyle relay

Junior Jeffrey Crouse – 200-freestyle, 400-freestyle relay, 800-freestyle relay

Freshman Hayden Koh – 100-butterfly, 200-butterfly, 100-backstroke, 400-freestyle relay, 400-medley relay

Freshman Yan Zheng Lew – 500-freestyle, 1650-freestyle

Freshman AJ Muir – 200-IM, 400-medley relay

Junior Harrison Neal – 400-freestyle relay, 400-medley relay, 800-freestyle relay

Senior Josh Roberts – 400-freestyle relay

Sophomore CJ Talerico – 800-freestyle relay

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