The Western Illinois men’s and women’s swimming and diving team had a strong showing Saturday (Nov. 4) at Brophy Hall Pool competing against Olivet Nazarene and Valparaiso.
FIU took the top spot in six of the 10 events in day two of its meet with Illinois and finished off the Fighting Illini 251.5-166.5 Saturday afternoon at the Biscayne Bay Aquatic Center in North Miami, Florida. The Panthers won 15 of the 23 events overall at the two-day meet.
The Columbia men’s swimming & diving team capped opening weekend with an impressive 198-102 Ivy League victory over Penn Saturday, Nov. 4 at Uris Pool.
Prior to the two-day dual meet with Illinois, Friday and Saturday, the FIU Swimming and Diving program joined forces with the Illini swimmers and divers and spent time reading to children at Carlos Finlay Elementary Friday morning for some join community service time.
The Milwaukee men’s swimming and diving team swam a near perfect meet winning 10-of-11 events over Wheaton College on Friday at the Jonathan Lederhouse Natatorium.
The Houston Swimming & Diving team took home 10 first-place finishes in a 174.50 – 122.50 rout of Colorado State, Friday evening at Moby Pool.
The men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams each won their respective meets against Southern Connecticut State University on Friday at Hutchinson Natatorium in New Haven. The men won 153-123 score while the women’s team claimed a 158-126 victory.
Autumn D’Arcy of Redlands East Valley High School and Piranha Swim Team has verbally committed to California State University, Bakersfield for the fall of 2018.
After opening the year on a strong note, the FGCU swimming and diving team continues its season with arguably its toughest matchup in non-conference action.
Linda Cho from Brea Olinda High School and BREA Aquatics has verbally committed to Fresno State for 2018-19.
Sydney Tobias of Springfield, Illinois has announced her verbal commitment to the University of Illinois at Chicago.
Kevin Spear of Reading Memorial High School and Crimson Aquatics has verbally committed to the Drexel Dragons for 2018-19.
This weekend Howard University Swimming and Diving will be taking on Mt. Saint Mary’s (November 3rd) and Virginia Military Institute (November 4th) at the Burr Gymnasium in Washington DC.
The Cleveland State University men’s and women’s swimming & diving programs will compete at home for the first time in 2017-18 this weekend.
Rider University senior Zack Molloy (Toms River, NJ/Toms River HS North) of the men’s swimming and diving team was named the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) Men’s Swimmer of the Week as announced by the league office on Wednesday afternoon.