By Tim Glon
ADA — The Ohio Northern men's swimming dropped a 150-77 decision at No. 2-ranked Kenyon on Friday afternoon at the Steen Aquatic Center.
The Polar Bears fall to 2-2 overall, while the Lords improve to 1-2.
Walton was second in the 1,000-yard free in 10:46.51 and Adams was second in the 200 breast in 2:15.64.
Freshman Connor Rettammel (Apex, N.C./Friendship) was right behind Walton in the 1,000 free, touching third in 10:51.94, and sophomore Pat Reed (Charleston, W.Va./Washington) was third in the 200 breast behind Adams in 2:18.39.
Chapman was third in the 100 free in :50.10, Huey was third in the 200 back in 1:57.03 and Mow was third in the 5:10.95.
Cordle edged Boyd to win the 1-meter diving 170.55-168.75, but Boyd won the 3-meter over Cordle by a 132.53-109.80 margin.
ONU wrapped up the meet with a second place finish in the 200 free relay as senior Pete He (Mason), sophomore Zach Ayres (Chillicothe), freshman Jack Kessler (Catawba Island/Port Clinton) and Chapman touched in 1:28.62.
The Polar Bears will return to action on Saturday with a key Ohio Athletic Conference dual meet at Mount Union.