The Green Bay men toppled Oakland 164.5 to 135.5, marking the first time the Oakland men’s team has been beat in a Horizon League dual meet since joining the conference in 2013.
The Seton Hall men won nine different events and went 1-2-3 in the 100 fly, while the Towson women won 13 events en route to a victory.
Fairfield women’s swimming and diving took down Providence by a score of 197-103 this afternoon as they improved to 2-1 on the season while the men fell 197-62.
The Navy swimming and diving teams combined for 29 event wins and 21 second-place finishes in defeating Patriot League-foes American, Bucknell and Lafayette on both the men’s and women’s sides Saturday afternoon at Kinney Natatorium in Lewisburg, Pa.
After trailing for the majority of the meet, the Columbia women’s swimming and diving team rallied for victories in the final two events to earn a come-from-behind victory over the Northeastern Huskies, 156-144, at the Uris Natatorium on Saturday afternoon.
The Davidson women’s swimming team won eight of 14 events, while Crossan Cooper swam to first in two events for the men as both teams bested Old Dominion on Saturday.
Campbell University swimming continued its strong start the 2018-19 season, topping East Carolina and Lenoir-Rhyne in a tri-meet inside the Join both the men’s and women’s action.
Eight different Catamounts won nine events as Vermont (3-2, 1-1 AE) took a 168-129 win over the Maine Black Bears (0-4, 0-1 AE) Saturday afternoon in Orono, Maine.
Saint Louis’ men’s and women’s swimming and diving squads defeated Lindenwood-Belleville and Truman State Saturday in a double dual at the Simon Recreation Center on the SLU campus.
The SMU women’s swimming and diving team defeated TCU, 196-103, and Iowa State, 184-114, on Friday evening.
The Omaha swimming and diving team tallied its first dual meet win of the season at Western Illinois, 210.5-101.5.
Solie Laughlin bested the field in the 400 IM and tied the Schaal Aquatics Center record time in one of three individual wins, while Taylor Hornberger set a new program record in the 1-meter as UC Davis topped Cal State East Bay 172-110.
Paul Huch swam to four first place finishes, while Taylor Bailey added two first place finishes of her own as the Oakland men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams swept league foe UIC Friday night.
For the first time in school history, the UNC Asheville swimming & diving team defeated Coastal Collegiate Sports Association (CCSA) rival Gardner-Webb on Friday at home, 115.5-89.5.