Villanova women’s team captured their seventh straight Big East Swimming and Diving conference title over the past weekend
Amaya Henry, freestyle specialist who trains with Tampa Elite Aquatics, has announced her verbal commitment to Long Island University for the fall of 2020.
Navy came out ahead in the women’s and men’s meets by convincing margins this year. Another pair of ECAC records fell on the final day of the meet.
Last season, Zhang became the program’s 3rd swimmer in history to qualify for the NCAA meet. Jones’ qualifying time marks the 4th.
Depending on what happens at the Pac-12 Championships next week, the Texas men could earn as many as 24 individual swimming invites to the NCAA Championship meet.
Liberty sophomore Emma Hazel swam a lifetime best in the 200 IM, narrowly missing Liberty’s all-time top 10 in school history.
The Panthers are now the first team to win 6 consecutive C-USA titles, and their score of 1044.5 is the highest score of any C-USA team champion.
Her time tonight ranks 19th in the NCAA this season, guaranteeing Metzler an invite to NCAAs this season.
Akron won 3 more individual events and another relay today.
Northern Arizona freshman Lainie Bell had a breakthrough swim in the 200 back, completing a sweep of the WAC backstroke titles.
Rattsev swam a 19.85, touching as the only swimmer in the field to break 20 seconds.
Panther freshman Mandy Song won the 1 meter diving tonight, after taking the 3 meter title last night.
The Zips head into the final day of the meet holding a 74 point advantage over Buffalo.
Zhang’s time is half a second faster than what it took to make NCAAs last season (1:34.21) and ranks him 29th in the NCAA.
Due to a water main break, Thursday finals of the 2020 WAC Championships were cancelled. Yesterday’s prelims were scored as timed finals.