“Even though the scores look a little lopsided, we still had some very close races,” Towson Head Coach Pat Mead said. “We’re looking at the big picture to make sure we are on track for a good end of the season.”
“We’re always excited to pick up a win,” head coach Brian Schrader said. “I think Air Force brought a good challenge today and our girls responded event by event which was fun to watch.”
The St. Bonaventure men’s swimming & diving team defeated LaSalle 207-125 at the Spire Institute on Saturday.The Bonnies started the meet…
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“Our guys swam well,” Mead said. “Noah had an unbelievable swim and he was a standout for us. Brech has been very consistent and has gotten faster. He’s doing exactly what we want.”
“We’re glad to be hosting Air Force women this weekend,” head coach Brian Schrader said. ”I think they are one of the most improved programs in Division I over the last three seasons and they are going to be some great competition for us Saturday.”
The Ohio Bobcats have replaced their head coach with a former assistant on an interim basis for the rest of the year.
“We always look forward to this meet, as it tends to bring out the best in us,” Towson Head Coach Mead said. “I expect some great diving and swimming this weekend. All three teams are very strong and from top-to-bottom and we will need to bring our best effort.”
A backstroke and freestyle sprint specialist, Turner swims with the City of Salford club in Manchester, England, and was a multiple finalist at this year’s British Youth championship, as well as being former age group national record holder and podium pacer in national age group competition.
The IUPUI Men and Women defeated UIC and Eastern Illinois in a Mid-Major tri-dual over the weekend. This was the fastest meet ever held at Eastern Illinois’ Ray Padovan Pool, where 17 swims were under pool record times.
“We still have a lot of work to do, but we are learning and improving each week,” Towson Head Diving Coach Maureen Mead said.
“It was an unbelievable collegiate atmosphere,” Pirate head coach Rick Kobe said. “I couldn’t be happier with how we swam from top to bottom. Even though the guys came up short, they swam great. That is a huge victory for our women’s program.”
The Towson University men’s swimming and diving team earned its fourth victorry of the season on Saturday, defeating the Old Dominion…
The University of Arkansas swimming and diving team will host its only home meet of the fall semester against Nebraska on Saturday at 11 a.m. at the Arkansas Natatorium. The team is coming off its 12th consecutive dual meet win at LSU.
“We had a good meet last weekend and if we can be great this Saturday, we will be competitive with Old Dominion,” Towson Head Coach Pat Mead said. “I’m looking for some fast swims from all of our men. We will need some breakout performances to win.”