The second half of the Big Three rivalry continued where the first left off: pool records in almost every event, and mind-blowing swims from Yale sophomore Brian Hogan.
“It was a great day and has been a great season for our men,” Towson Head Coach Pat Mead said. “I’m very proud to have had the opportunity to coach this team this season.”
Bowling Green State got a big confidence boost when they beat the MAC’s #2 team from last year, Ohio, on the road.
Senior Kyle Milberg won three events to help Denver beat visiting Utah on senior night. Utah’s Nick Soedel did break a pair of pool records on the night.
SMU’s new mid-season addition from South Africa could be a game-changer for them.
Kiphuth Exhibition Pool records were rewritten in seven of ten events on Day One of the classic H-Y-P rivalry.
The Golden Grizzlies will then prepare for the 2014 Horizon League Championship Feb. 26-March 1
Princeton, Yale and Harvard are gearing up for their annual rivalry, which takes place this weekend in New Haven, Connecticut.
Alex Cohen and Lyndsey Dickson were honored with ECAC weekly awards.
Swimmers (M/W) will face Utah Friday night, while divers head to AFA Diving Invite
Oakland University has brought their 14-year conference championship streaks to a new conference this year, but despite a new conference,…
Ohio University Swimmers met with the Bobcat Athletic Director one day before coach Greg Werner’s surprise mid-season firing, although there are still conflicting reports over whether the meeting raised complaints that led to Werner’s termination.
Rice’s Casey Clark has earned her 4th Conference USA Swimmer of the Week award this season.
Tracy Huth will leave his position as the Oakland University Director of Athletics as of January 31st, the school announced last…
Denver topped UNLV 153.5-143.5 and also topped Cal State – Bakersfield and Air Force while the Air Force women defeated all comers in the women’s triangular.