Keiser University and Savannah College of Art & Design got out to strong starts on the first day of individual events at 2019 NAIA Men’s Nationals.
There were several big shifts in the predicted outcomes after the morning session on Day 2 at 2019 NAIA Men’s Nationals.
SCAD Savannah jumped out to an early lead in the women’s meet, while Keiser University led the men’s contest after the first day of racing at 2019 NAIA National Championships.
The 2019 NAIA National Championships begin on Wednesday, February 27th in Columbus, Georgia.
Defending champion SCAD Savannah enters the championship with the highest total individual qualifiers with 18.
Ottawa University Arizona (OUAZ) has announced that it will be adding men’s and women’s swimming to its list of varsity sports programs for the fall of 2019. Head coach Jared Gilbert will lead the new teams through their inaugural season.
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Queens men and women won their 5th consecutive BMC title on Saturday night in Charlotte.
Emmanuel College junior Alex Sobers threw down a 4:19.41 for the fastest 500 free of the night – by far.
Marius Kusch split 19.83 on the Queens 200 medley relay on Day 1 at Bluegrass Mountain Conference Championships.
Liberty University, which over the weekend won its 21st-straight dual meet, led all eligible collegiate women’s teams this fall with a 3.78 GPA. The MIT men also recorded a 3.78 GPA.
Madi Maddox from Papillion-La Vista High School and Sarpy County Swim Club will swim for the College of Saint Mary next fall.
Northern Arizona finished off the two-day invitational in first place over New Mexico State and Arizona Christian University. A diving only event took place on Day 3.
Scroll down to see our list of swimmers and divers from the class of 2019 who have committed to college programs.