Honorable Mention All-America for 200 Free Relay Highlights Men’s Swimming Performance at NCAA Championship

Honorable Mention All-America for 200 Free Relay Highlights Men’s Swimming Performance at NCAA Championship

Paul O'Hara was a member of Harvard's All-America 200 free relay team (Ray Yeager).

ATLANTA – The Harvard men's swimming team concluded competition Saturday at the 2016 Men's NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships in Atlanta. The highlight of the meet for the Crimson was the All-America recognition the 200 free relay squad garnered on Thursday evening.

Freshman Sebastian Lutz was the first in the pool for the relay team, followed by sophomore Steven Tan, junior Max Yakubovich and junior Paul O'Hara. The quartet touched the wall in 1:18.37, good for 16th overall and honorable mention All-America status. The time is the fourth-best in school history and was the first relay All-America honor since 2012 when Harvard's 400 and 800 free relay teams earned honorable mention.

Sophomore Shane McNamara competed for the Crimson in Saturday's 200 breaststroke, posting a time of 1:55.98, good for 20th overall.