Florida Gulf Coast junior Gracie Redding (Orlando, Fla.) has been named the CCSA Women’s Swimmer of the Week, while Liberty junior Amy Schools (Clinton, Md.) has been named CCSA Women’s Diver of the Week for meets contested Oct. 2-9, the CCSA announced Tuesday.
Pearson had an excellent home meet against Southern Illinois, bringing in two individual victories and one relay win.
Fresno State junior Ugne Mazutaityte has been named the Mountain West Swimmer of the Week, while San José State senior Cari Reiswig earned the MW Diver of the Week honors for competition ending on Oct. 7, 2017.
South Dakota’s Sabrina Sabadeanu was named The Summit League Women’s Swimmer of the Week, while Valparaiso’s Dylan Kirar earned the Men’s Swimmer of the Week award for their performances during the week of Oct. 1 – 9.
EMU kicked off its season with their annual Green vs White meet.
Massachusetts’ Owen Wright and Emma Roush were named the Atlantic 10 Conference Men’s and Women’s Swimming and Diving Performers of the Week.
Ripon, California’s Elizabeth Wenner has announced via social media that she has pledged her verbal commitment to swim for California State University, Fresno in the fall.
Fabian Schwingenschlogl went on to win an NCAA title in the 100 breaststroke at Missouri.
Antelope, California’s Mackenzie Ayala has announced her intention to swim for California State University beginning next fall.
Gabriella Tellez of Sunrise Mountain High School and Scottsdale Aquatic Club has verbally committed to UNLV.
Local butterfly specialist Chloe Hampson has given her verbal commitment to the Florida International Panthers.
Carson Stevens, from Park View High School and Nation’s Capital Swim Club, has verbally committed to George Mason University for 2018-19.
The Illinois State swimming team set a pair of Lewis Pool records Saturday, as the Redbirds came out victorious in a double dual against Illinois Wesleyan and Lewis University, beating the Titans, 172-31, and the Flyers, 166-39.
FIU ran away with the FIU Fall Classic by outlasting a charging Buffalo team for the 41-point victory in the first multi-team event of 2017 and the first such classic hosted by the Panthers.