The St. Bonaventure Men’s swimming and diving teams were defeated by La Salle University in their first and only Atlantic 10 conference regular season meet Saturday afternoon at the Spire Institute in Ohio.
Senior Michael Glenn set a pool record in the 200 Breaststroke and joined teammates Alessandro Bomprezzi and Trent Kindvall with an undefeated individual meet to turn a 2-point deficit into a 92-point UMass victory at Binghamton in West Gym Pool Saturday.
The Massachusetts women’s swimming & diving team built upon it’s 17-point lead from Friday and won eight of 12 events on Saturday for a 192-125 road victory over Binghamton at West Gym Pool.
Utah senior Nick Soedel won three individual events as the Utah Utes won over Arizona for the second-straight year.
Jake Greene and the rest of the Lehigh Mountain Hawks took down the Raiders at the Colgate Natatorium on Saturday. Colgate’s women won their meet against Lehigh.
Multiple event winners helped the Mean Green from North Texas earn the win over the Rice University Lady Owls.
Miami University Men Earn Win Over Cleveland State University
Lila Best from Stingray Swimming has made a verbal commitment to join the Navy class of 2019.
The Liberty Flames dominated the Richmond Spiders on Halloween, setting four pool records in the process.
Sarah Henry and the rest of the Aggie women dominated North Texas and Houston to improve to 3-0 on the season Friday.
Watch above as the North Florida Osprey swimmers and divers talk about their favorite Halloween candy as well as what…
Michigan State, Army, and Buffalo are all within a few points of each other through the first day of the two day triangle meet at Buffalo. Competition resumes tomorrow at 12 p.m. ET
Paul Le may have won the big battle in the 200 back, but Carter Griffin (above) and the Missouri Tigers overwhelmed the war on Friday in Columbia.
After posting dominating wins in its season opener over Delta State, the WKU swimming and diving team heads to Indianapolis to take on IUPUI and Indiana on Saturday, Nov 1.
“I couldn’t more happier to welcome Katrice to our staff,” said Waeger. “She is a dynamic young woman who has some great in-state ties and competed in arguable the strongest NCAA swimming conference. Great to have her as a part of the Colgate Swimming and Diving family”