More records fall on day 2 of 2016 Northeast Conference Championships.
Northern Arizona and Air Force led the women’s and men’s meets, respectively, after the first day of competition at Western Athletic Conference championships.
The Golden Grizzlies got out to early leads in both the women’s meet and the men’s meet on the first day of Horizon League championships.
The Women’s Conference USA Championship kicked off tonight at Georgia Tech Aquatic Center, where Florida International is looking to repeat after winning their first ever C-USA title in 2015.
The Central Connecticut Blue Devils and the Wagner College Seahawks are tied with one Meet Record each after the dust settled on the 200 medley and 800 freestyle relays on day one of the Women’s NEC Championship.
The Akron 200 medley relay notched an NCAA ‘A’ cut at MAC Championships tonight, and they lead going into day two of competition.
The Georgetown women and Xavier men lead after one day of competition at 2016 Big East Championships.
Jack Conger and his Texas teammates will have no problem winning the Big 12 conference title once again.
Wagner sophomore Leahi Camacho made a gorgeous video to get the team pumped for Northeast Conference championships this weekend.
The XU Musketeers are armed with 7 of its 12 All-Big East Honorees from last year’s team, making them primed to take home the conference trophy for the 3rd year in a row.
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Several conference records changed hands as Davis women and BYU men hung on to win their respective titles on the final day of the MPSF Championships in Monterey Park, California.
Dylan Bunch also led a 1-2-3 Denver sweep in the 1650 on the final night of competition at the 2016 Summit League Championships in Indianapolis.
Emma Levendoski completed a perfect sweep of all eight backstroke titles during her four years of Patriot League Championships with a 1:56.90 win in the women’s 200 back on Saturday.