For the seventh straight year, the Army West Point men's swimming and diving team concluded the four-day Patriot League Championships with a second-place finish. The Black Knights finished with 781.5 points, beating their total of 780.5 from a season ago. Army took second behind Navy (1037.5), while Bucknell rounded out the top-three with 397 points. Boston U. (376), Lehigh (330), Loyola (277), American (154), Lafayette (126), Holy Cross (97) and Colgate (78) followed. Brian McKenrick was Army's top individual scorer at the championships with 51 points, which was good for third, while Evan Zhang's 49 points made him the eight-best individual scorer at his first league championships. he final day began with a third-place finish in the 1650 free by Tom Ottman at 15:15.87. Kevin Lin also finished inside the top-five after posting a time of 15:35.75, which was good for fifth. Army had a solid scoring outing in the 200 back after Tyler Kim (1:45.48), McKenrick (1:47.40) and Jay Yang (1:48.58) placed fourth, fifth and seventh, respectively. With four Cadets in the A-Final of the 100 free, the Black Knights capitalized on the scoring opportunity. Nathan Hein won the event at 43.77, tying the Academy record set back in 2015 by Chris Szekely. Read more.