Previews & Recaps
Oklahoma Baptist men started the meet out with a record-breaking 200 free relay: Garland Sullivan, Daniel Robbins, Logan Lassley, and Daniel Ramirez.
Tatnall’s David Crossland broke the 100 back record by just .01, one of his two state championships on the weekend.
Cal sophomore Jacob Pebley comes into prelims of the men’s 200 back as the top seed at the 2014 Men’s Pac-12 Championships, but David Nolan and Ryan Murphy won’t let him have that title without a fight.
University of Tennessee’s state of the art facility is hosting Tennessee Aquatics’ Southern Premier meet this weekend.
2014 NAIA National Championships -Women – Day Two: Tixier Breaks Record in 100 Fly, OBU Increases Lead
Biola’s Christine Tixier pulls ahead of Lisa MacManus to win the NAIA National Championship in the 100 fly with a new meet record of 54.35.
Cal’s Ryan Murphy got his first Pac-12 title by coming from behind to top Stanford’s Dave Nolan in a thrilling 100 back race. That was a microcosm of the team race, where Cal passed up Stanford for the Pac-12 lead on night 3.
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2014 NAIA National Championships – Men – Day Two Up/Down: OBU Continues to Shine; ONU and Asbury Beating Predictions
It’s a packed house at the OCCC Aquatic Center for the 2014 NAIA National Championships. Oklahoma Baptist men had a huge morning, but they weren’t alone; ONU, Asbury, Lindsey Wilson, and Wayland Baptist had strong prelims performances as well.
Barbara Caraballo broke her own National Junior College Record by three seconds on Friday night.
Arizona junior Kevin Cordes is a threat to break an American Record every time he swims the 100 breaststroke, and he’ll get another shot on Friday at the Pac-12 Championships.
SCAD Savannah’s record-breaking 800 free relay, left to right: Coach Bill Pilczuk, Mark Shvartsman, Ryan Searles, Coach Chris Conlon, Pat Cardillo, and Joel Ax.
Biola’s Christine Tixier (pictured) won the women’s 200 IM at the 2014 NAIA National Championships in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
2014 NAIA National Championships – Men – Day One Up/Down: OBU Out Front; ONU, SCAD with Strong Mornings
Oklahoma Baptist led the morning session of Day One at the 2014 NAIA National Championships in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
Dave Nolan smoked a tough 200 IM field with a 1:41.49, just a few tenths off his NCAA-winning time from last season. He’s now the fourth man in the nation under 1:42 this season in what should be a crazy event come nationals.
SCAD sophomore Caroline Lepesant is the top qualifier in the 500 free at the 2014 NAIA National Championships in Oklahoma City.