Gross helped James Madison win their second consecutive dual meet against Delaware with her two individual victories on the 1-meter and 3-meter events.
UIC freshman Jan Komorowski and Milwaukee freshman Antoni Haupt were named Horizon League Swimmers of the Week.
The senior goalkeeper had a career high 17 saves and a .680 save percentage to lead a strong defensive effort from the Tritons against SDSU.
Caccia came to Simpson in 2013, leading the Storm to more than 130 school records to conclude a career that spanned nearly 40 years.
The top-three placements for each individual swimming and diving event at the MPSF Championship meet were recognized as first-team All-MPSF Student-Athletes.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the format of the meet will be held virtually at individual campus sites from Thursday, February 25 to Sunday, February 28.
Senior helped lead Cal to dual-meet win over Stanford On Feb. 19.
The Hoosiers posted a 2-2 record at the Michigan Invitational this past weekend, earning wins over Saint Francis and Salem.
The Community Service Team looks to highlight an athlete from each school who gives back to their community in superior service efforts.
The two seniors received conference honors after competing in dual meets over the weekend.
The longest-tenured and winningest coach in Salisbury Swimming history, Stephenson totaled 211 meet wins in her career.
For the fifth time in her career, junior Izzy Mandema (pictured) netted five goals for the Hoosiers to lead the offensive effort.
The Midshipmen defeated La Salle, 14-5, and Iona, 19-6, finishing the weekend 3-1 after splitting a doubleheader with Bucknell on Saturday.
Wyatt Barker scored four for the Trojans in an important MPSF win at Stanford.
The Golden Grizzlies roared to a 175-86 win on the men’s side, while the women won, 197-59, over Horizon League foe Cleveland State Friday night.