La Salle’s Mattias Glenesk and St. Bonaventure’s Tanja Kirmse were named the Atlantic 10 Men’s and Women’s Swimming & Diving Performers of the Week.
New Hampshire’s Jessica Harper and Vermont’s Maggie Preston won the America East weekly awards for November 4th.
Becca Detro of Eastern Michigan was named MAC Women’s Swimmer of the Week, while Missouri State’s Uvis Kalnins earned the men’s award.
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Kansas and TCU Roll Over North Dakota
Ally Warnimont has given a verbal commitment to the Midshipmen for the 2015-16 season.
The NJIT men’s swimming and diving team celebrated its first home meet of 2014-15 with wins over visiting Manhattan and…
Abbey Sorensen has verbally committed to swim for Boise State University and will join their roster next fall.
The result improved The Hall to 6-0 on the women’s side to this point in the year and Saturday’s meet saw the squad record two relay wins to go with nine individual first-place finishes that were split among seven different team members.
Colorado State earned a strong victory over Idaho Saturday afternoon, splitting on the day during a double dual meet against the Vandals (165-135) and San Diego State Aztecs (187.5-112.5). San Diego State improved to 10-0 on the season, also beating Idaho, 193.5-106.5.
The WKU Hilltoppers logged wins against IUPUI and IU (men) over the weekend.
The Auburn Tigers stayed on top of the Auburn-Alabama rivalry, which is just starting to re-blossom in the sport of swimming.
Drexel Dragons Breathe Fire on George Washington Colonels in both the Men’s and Women’s Competitions.
The Boilermakers took down the Fighting Irish Saturday afternoon at Notre Dame’s Rolfs Aquatic Center, thanks to a number of multiple-event winners on both the men’s and women’s sides.
The Buffalo women were big winners over the weekend. The women swept Army and Michigan State in a two day triangle meet.