UMBC holds of New Hampshire and takes 2016 conference title for second straight year.
The Marist women swept all 6 events on the final day of competition to repeat as Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) champs for 2016. Meanwhile, the Rider men lost just one event on the night to earn a repeat title of their own.
UMBC’s depth gives them the lead for the first time at the 2016 American East Conference Championships.
The Rider men and Marist women continue to roll toward repeat titles in the MAAC, with Zachary Molloy as well as the 400 medley relay breaking meet records for the Rider men while the Marist women won 5 of 7 events on the night.
New Hampshire continue to score big on night 2 of American East Conference.
Meet records fall on day 1 of the American East Conference Championships.
More school records fall on day 2 of 2016 MAACs.
The men of Rider University broke the conference record in the 200 medley relay in their very first event in defense of their Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) title. Meanwhile the Marist women won two of three events in search of their own repeat championship.
Former Towson diving coach Maureen Mead has been sentenced to three years of probation after reaching a plea deal in three…
Over two dozens new career bests were posted by the athletes swimming in the third day of competition at the Carolina College Invite, NC.
Delaney Lanker set a new Northeastern University record in the 100 IM this weekend at the Husky Invite.
The men’s and women’s swim programs from St. Peter’s University in Jersey City, New Jersey have been given two years…
The Arizona State Sun Devil men clock five new school records in their effort to defeat their rival for the first time since 2002 with assistance from Richard Bohus, featured above.
Competition on the second day of the Carolina College Invite consisted of more season/career bests and one new school record from Natalie Labonge for NC State, featured above.
The University of Minnesota swimmers took a bulk of the wins at this weekend’s three-session Minnesota Challenge, including a school record diving performance by Matt Barnard.