Longtime St. Olaf College Swimming & Diving coach Dave Hauck died on Saturday, at the age of 87, surrounded by his family.
Houston dominated the meet for their third straight American Athletic Conference title, winning four events on the final day of action. The Cincinnati men repeated as champs, and did so by winning every event except the 200 breaststroke on Day 4.
Akron won its sixth straight MAC title, and the almost-300-point margin was due to their depth. Eastern Michigan had two wins on the final day, and pulled away from Buffalo to hold onto second.
Akron won three events on Day 3 on the MAC championships to all but clinch the title, but on a day where 4 MAC records fell, Delaney Duncan stole the show for Eastern Michigan swimming 58.25 in the 100 breaststroke to get well under the NCAA A cut.
The Houston women more than doubled their lead on Day 3 of the AAC Championships, winning three events, while East Carolina won five of the six events on the men’s side, but Cincinnati still boasts the overall lead.
Akron is the heavy favorite to win a sixth straight title, and the Zips swam up to that standard on Day 2 of the MAC Championships, winning three of the four events on the day.
The Houston women took a sizeable lead, winning three of four events on Day 2 of the AAC Championships, while the Cincinnati men took a modest lead over East Carolina as the men’s meet threatens to come down to the wire.
The MAC Championships started with a bang as Akron swam to a meet record and an NCAA A cut in the 200 medley relay, as they took an early team lead, and look to win another MAC title.
A short session didn’t produce much difference in the team scores, as the Houston women took a small lead on Day 1 of the American Athletic Conference Championships, while the East Carolina and Cincinnati men are essentially tied.
San Diego State when diving in their fast skins to celebrate their first Mountain West Conference Championship since 2015.
After the dust of a long and stressful week of timing malfunctions settled, the CCSA crowned 2 champions on Saturday night.
COASTAL COLLEGIATE SWIMMING ASSOCIATION (CCSA) – MEN AND WOMEN Wednesday, February 20 – Saturday, February 23 Liberty Natatorium, Liberty University,…
San Diego State’s McKenna Meyer won the 400 IM as part of a big day for the Aztecs on Friday at the Mountain West Conference Championship meet.
The San Diego State women have closed the gap to just 2.5 points after 2 days at the Mountain West Conference Championships.
There were more delays caused by issues in the timing system on Thursday evening, but things stabilized a bit and the focus got back to the team battles at hand in Lynchburg.