The Princeton men won every swimming event and added a 1-meter diving win during an impressive afternoon against Florida Atlantic and Boston College.
It was a day of victories for Florida International who dominated from the pool and the springboard in wins over NOVA Southeastern and Indian River.
Bowling Green State swimmers finished first in eight of 14 events to win the meet over Xavier with a score of 133-129.
Competing for the third straight weekend at the John S. Hillman Memorial Aquatics Center, Jayssie Haynes won three individual events and was a part of CSU Bakersfield’s winning relay team to lead the women’s swimming and diving team to a 185-109 victory over Pepperdine.
The Milwaukee women’s swim & dive team won a total of 10 events, while the men won 9-of-11 events Friday against Division III foe Wheaton.
HANOVER, N.H. – Dartmouth women’s swimming and diving officially opened the 2018-19 season at home on Friday afternoon against New Hampshire, with a 156-134 victory and nine event wins.
Rhode Island won seven of Friday night’s 16 individual events, eventually edging La Salle by three points (151-148).
The Iona College swimming & diving programs picked up a pair of wins against the visiting Providence Friars on Friday night.
For the first time in the 2018-19 season, the Bryant University women’s swimming and diving team will be hosting a meet, as the Bulldogs face Wagner and Central Connecticut on Friday night and Saturday afternoon.
Last week I looked at how much valuable information we can glean by looking at October times from D1 swimmers….
The Cleveland State University men’s and women’s swimming & diving teams will compete in a road dual for the first time this season this weekend at Miami (Ohio).
Kling has won Arizona High School State Championships while swimming for 2 different high schools.
Seacoast Swimming Association and Exeter High School’s Hannah Lord has verbally committed to Lehigh University for 2019-20.
BYU freshman swimmer Gwen Gustafson and senior swimmer Kunmi Ogunfeibo earned the MPSF/TYR Athlete of the Week awards after impressive racing at the Liberty Invite.
CSP Tideriders’ Paige Mitchell, Bella Snyder, and Maddie Mather have recently committed to swim in college.