Boise State swimming and diving cruised to its second-straight victory to open the season defeating the University of Nevada 163-137 on Friday afternoon at Reno.
Grace Shinske recorded four first place finishes for the second-straight weekend, while Joe Smith swept the men’s diving competition as the Golden Grizzlies men’s and women’s swimming and diving team defeated Wayne State 187-110, 182-114 respectively Friday night from Matthaei Center Natatorium.
The Iowa State swimming and diving team took down the Mavericks by a score of 198-91 on Friday night. Iowa State moves to 1-1 on the season, while Omaha falls to 0-3.
Senior Nate Carr set a WVU Natatorium record in the 400 individual medley to highlight victories for the West Virginia University swimming and diving teams against Seton Hall and Xavier on Saturday morning.
The Marist women’s swimming and diving team remained unbeaten in Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference competition when it took down Rider, 178-122, on Oct. 28.
The University of New Hampshire swimming and diving team defeated Central Connecticut State, 206-144, at the Jack Suydam Natatorium on Friday and Saturday, Oct. 27-28. The Wildcats improve to 2-0 on the season.
The Pitt swimming & diving teams used dominating swimming performances to defeat Miami, Michigan State and James Madison in a quad meet on Friday evening at Trees Pool.
The Binghamton swimming & diving programs both recorded victories at Lineberry Natatorium on Saturday afternoon. The women’s team won 162-134 and the men’s team won 192-105.
The Boston University men’s swimming and diving team improved to 3-0 on the season after it trounced Fordham, 163-122, Saturday afternoon at Competition Pool.
The University of Northern Iowa women’s swimming and diving team won 12 of 16 events against South Dakota, with a final score of 178-122.
The Bryant University women’s swimming and diving team recorded its second straight convincing win in as many weeks, defeating Iona 191-71 at the Chace Athletic Center Pool on Saturday.
Sycamore swimming and diving defeated Rose-Hulman and Bellarmine by a high margin tonight (Oct. 27) inside the Rose-Hulman Natatorium.
In one of the most thrilling meets in recent history, the William & Mary women’s swimming team went back and forth with Towson on Saturday afternoon, with the final score coming down to a win in the final relay to put the Tribe on top, 135-127.
The Aggies won four individual events plus the 200 medley relay to secure wins over host Loyola Marymount and visiting San Diego in a women’s collegiate swimming double dual at Burns Aquatics Center on Sunday.