The Buffalo women were big winners over the weekend. The women swept Army and Michigan State in a two day triangle meet.
Kyle Hendricks and the men of Texas A&M improved to 3-1 on the year after a victory at Indian River State College, the NJCAA national champions 40 years in a row. The FIU women beat the Indian River women to improve to 3-0.
The Liberty Flames dominated the Richmond Spiders on Halloween, setting four pool records in the process.
Sarah Henry and the rest of the Aggie women dominated North Texas and Houston to improve to 3-0 on the season Friday.
Michigan State, Army, and Buffalo are all within a few points of each other through the first day of the two day triangle meet at Buffalo. Competition resumes tomorrow at 12 p.m. ET
The Crimson Tide play host to instate rival Auburn and out of state Rival LSU this weekend in what should be one the most exciting meets of the weekend.
The defending Blue Mountain Conference champion Wingate Bulldogs picked up a verbal commitment from Kirkland Mawae.
Arizona State and Grand Canyon dueled Friday in a triangle with Seattle University. The two teams traded wins all night.
The Ohio State men and women scored big victories at home Friday over Cincinnati and the Purdue women.
Luke Nosbisch and the Pitt Panthers dominated St. Bonaventure Friday night. The men won 157-80, while the women won by a score of 166-70
Wisconsin received a verbal commitment from Madison Tew, a freestyle who swims with the Waukesha Express Swim Team.
The Buffalo Bulls got a verbal commitment for Boulder Swim Team’s Julia Box, a summer and winter nationals qualifier in…
The Michigan Wolverines will host the Texas Longhorns, Louisville Cardinals, and Indiana Hoosiers in what will be the biggest meet of this weekend.
Emma Reaney, the defending NCAA champion in the 200 breast, and the Fighting Irish traveled to Auburn for a triangle meet with Auburn and Vanderbilt. The Irish lost to Auburn but beat Vanderbilt.