The MIAA Division II High School State Championship saw a close team race – and many close individual races – on the girls side, and a dominant team performance en route to a fifth straight title on the boys side.
The Westford Academy girls and the Saint Johns Prep boys teams were dominant at the MIAA Division I State Championships – both teams easily won their fourth consecutive state titles.
The Kenyon Ladies took home the NCAC crown for the second year in a row. On the men’s side, the Kenyon Lords narrowly lost to Denison, extending the Big Red’s win streak to 11 years.
The Nebraska Wesleyan Men’s Swim Team captured their first ever Liberal Arts Championship title. On the women’s side, meet host Coe College won their program first LAC title as well.
Ross Dant, who has committed to swim for NC State next fall, broke a North Carolina state record in the 500 free at the NCHSAA 1A/2A State Championships.
Rylee Moss, a butterfly-dominant IMer, has announced her intentions to continue her academic and athletic careers at Old Dominion University, beginning in the fall of 2019.
Allie Stockwell, a Buffalo, New York native who attends Jamestown High School, has just announced her commitment to join the University of Buffalo Class of 2023 Women’s Swim Team.
The Liberty University Women’s Swim Team has just added two more commitments to their C/O 2023 roster: Morgan Stormer, and Carolyn Bolden.
Jackson McDonough, Tyler Stringfellow and Ryan Burke have all announced their commitments to swim for Bryant University, beginning in the fall of 2019.
The IUPUI Jaguars have received two commitments from current high school seniors Lauren Thompson and Jackie Bolanger. The two will head to Indianapolis in the Fall of 2019.
Kevin Leibold has announced his commitment to swim for the University of Cincinnati, a major pickup for the Bearcats’ class of 2023.
The Hoyas have gained two key pickups for their class of 2023, receiving commitments from Erica Hjelle and Ali Robertson.
As part of the #OneLIU initiative, LIU Post’s Division II athletic teams will be annexed by LIU Brooklyn’s Division I program, forming a singular Long Island University athletic department.