Previews & Recaps

NCAA Division I Mid-Major

Diver Milone shatters school record as Colorado State tops Northern Colorado on senior night

The Colorado State Rams rolled to a dual meet victory Wednesday night in a matchup with in-state rivals Northern Colorado.

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SEC

MEET NOTES: Auburn Tigers Make Their First Ever Trip to Mizzou to Cap Off Regular Season Schedule

Brett Hawke will take his Auburn Tigers to Columbia, Missouri for the first time in program history on Saturday.

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Ivy League

Jakl Sets 2 Individual and is Part of 3 Relay Records as Columbia Men Down Brown, Then Bucknell

Columbia head coach Jim Boster added two to the win column over the weekend as his Lions beat both Brown and Bucknell on consecutive outings.

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Cornell Men, Women Sweep Colgate on the Road

The Big Red traveled to Colgate on Saturday to battle the Raiders who were celebrating Senior Day. Colgate men overcame their hosts by a score of 204-80, while the women beat Colgate, 173-112.

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NCAA Division I Meets To Watch For 1/29-2/1

The Cal Golden Bears highlight a busy weekend for Pac-12 women with dual meets against USC and UCLA

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JHU Downed by DI Towson

With all the best competition in DIII spread out, it makes a lot of sense to face off against tough…

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Williams Upends MIT, then Middlebury; Finishes Year Undefeated

In a set of back-to-back dual meets, the Williams Ephs came out on top and finished their season undefeated. For…

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MEET NOTES: Northwestern Wildcats to Finish Dual Meet Season at Minnesota

Junior Jordan Wilimovsky is the top-ranked distance freestyler in the Big Ten entering this weekend’s final dual meet before the conference championships.

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Prenot Takes Three Individual Wins as #2 Cal Men Rout #7 Arizona in Tucson

Josh Prenot was strong en route to three individual wins on Saturday, including a 200 yard breaststroke upset over defending NCAA Champion Kevin Cordes.

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Arizona Women Take Majority of Events, But Cal Depth Takes the Win in Televised Dual

Missy Franklin and the Cal Golden Bears used superior depth to outlast the top-heavy Arizona Wildcats in Tucson.

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Quakers Finish Home Campaign on High Note as Both Women and Men Defeat Delaware on Senior Day

Penn hosted Delaware over the weekend in a combined dual meet; the men beat the Blue Hens, 184-98, while the Quaker women won, 174-126.

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Southlake Carroll sweeps relays in dominant Texas HS District performance

Southlake Carroll High School, located in the suburbs of Dallas-Fort Worth, TX, put together a dominating performance at Texas’s District 10-6A Championships over the weekend, winning 16 of 24 total events.

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Northeastern Women, Dartmouth Men Capture Titles at Dartmouth Invitational

Dartmouth junior Kendy Nangle had several season-best swims at the Dartmouth Invitational over the weekend. The Big Green women were second to Northeastern by 1 point, while the men clinched a win.

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Eagles Conquer All on Senior Day

Saturday was the final home meet for the Eagle Seniors of Emory. The Eagles will be graduating thirteen team members,…

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BYU Men, Women Split with Denver

Jake Taylor’s triple set of wins helped push the BYU Cougars to a 158-142 victory over the University of Denver Saturday.

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College of Charleston Men, Women Split Final Home Meet with Gardner-Webb

CofC hosted their last home meet over the weekend. The men defeated Gardner-Webb in the two-day contest, 242-99; the women lost a close battle, 198-146.

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VA Tech Takes Down Georgia Tech, UNCW and Miami (FL) in Triple Dual

Virginia Tech’s Jessica Hespeler’s 200y and 500y freestyle wins helped lead the Hokie assault on UNCW, Georgia Tech and Miami (FL) yesterday, while the VA Tech men also dominated.

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