Calvin Lands Five on All-MIAA Men's Swimming and Diving Team

Calvin Lands Five on All-MIAA Men's Swimming and Diving Team

Five members of the Calvin men's swimming and diving team have received All-MIAA accolades.

Named to the 2017 All-MIAA Men's Swimming and Diving team from Calvin are senior Brett Stoughton, junior Tanner Vincent, sophomores Jared Britton and Ben Holstege and freshman Tim Randall.

BRETT STOUGHTON

A native of Centerville, Indiana, Stoughton is making his fourth consecutive appearance on the All-MIAA team. A graduate of Centerville High School, Stoughton was once again a big point producer for the Knights at the MIAA Championships last weekend.

At the conference meet, Stoughton placed third in the 100 butterfly with a career-best and NCAA III B' cut qualifying time of 49.49. He also placed third in the 200 butterfly with an NCAA B' cut qualifying time of 1:52.48. He added a fifth place swim in the 200 IM (1:55.05). In addition, he was a member of Calvin's 400 medley relay team that came in second with an NCAA B' cut qualifying time of 3:21.27 and a member of Calvin's 200 medley relay team that placed second in an NCAA III B' cut qualifying time of 1:31.50.

TANNER VINCENT

A native of Novi and a graduate of Novi High School, Vincent is receiving All-MIAA honors for the third consecutive year. At the MIAA Championships last weekend, Vincent captured a league title in the 1,650 freestyle, recording a time of 16:32.81. In the 400 IM, he was second with an NCAA III B' cut qualifying time of 4:05.16. In the 500 freestyle he placed fifth (4:45.02). He was also a member of Calvin's second place 800 freestyle relay team (6:54.07).

JARED BRITTON

A native of Falls Church, Virginia, Britton is making his second consecutive appearance on the All-MIAA team. A graduate of George Mason High School, Britton claimed a league title in the 100 freestyle with a school record and NCAA III B' cut qualifying time of 45.43. He also took second in the 100 butterfly with a career-best and NCAA III B' cut qualifying time of 49.41. In addition, he placed third in the 50 freestyle with a season-best time of 20.94.  He also swam on Calvin's 200 freestyle relay, 400 medley relay, 200 medley relay and 400 freestyle relay teams that all took second place.

BEN HOLSTEGE

Holstege hails from Keswick, Virginia. He is a graduate of Covenant High School. He is receiving All-MIAA honors for the second consecutive year. He was the MIAA champion last week in the 100 backstroke with a time of 49.98. He then took second in the 200 backstroke with a season-best time of 1:52.63. He also placed third in the 200 IM with a time of 1:53.84.  He also swam on Calvin's 200 freestyle, 400 medley, 200 medley and 400 freestyle relay teams that all placed second at the conference meet.

TIM RANDALL

A native of Grand Rapids and a graduate of Grand Rapids Christian High School, Randall had a strong showing at his first MIAA Championship competition last weekend. At the conference meet, he placed second in the 500 freestyle with a career-best time of 4:38.98. He then clocked a career-best time of 1:42.46 in the 200 freestyle that was good for fourth place. In the 100 freestyle, he placed fifth with a time of 46.72.  He was also a member of Calvin's 800 freestyle and 400 freestyle relay teams that took second place.

As a team, Calvin took second at the MIAA Championships last weekend in Holland, producing a final team score of 772 points.