Caitlin Aarseth has announced her verbal commitment to swim at the Division II level at Northern Michigan University for 2022.
The tri-meet saw a pair of Division II leading times posted as a trio of Michigan teams competed at the NMU PEIF pool last weekend.
After double-digit transfers from their team in between seasons, the Razorbacks dominated in their home opener against Vanderbilt and Drury.
With the team divided between the FIU Classic and the dual meet against UTPB, TCU came out on top at the dual meet for both men and women.
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The host team won both the men’s and women’s meets, while Wingate took 2nd in both, and Lindenwood 3rd.
The Kentucky women’s team, building off their 2021 SEC title, have already scored five verbal commitments from the high school class of 2023.
Lilly Higgs won the 100 breast and was runner-up in the 200 breast during North Carolina’s win over Division II powerhouse Queens University of Charlotte.
The Davidson women defeated Queens 157-137, while the Royal men prevailed 200-94.
The CSCAA has announced ten recipients of their development grant, a new program to help educate coaches on the practice and value of fundraising.
Alabama won the men’s and women’s meets against Delta State. Rhyan White, after a silver medal and fourth-place finishes in Tokyo, won the 200 backstroke.
2019 NCAA DIII Diver of the Meet Lindsey Ruderman (above) is one of the 30 semi-finalists alongside Nebraska’s Knapton and Johns Hopkins’ Bisignani.
The NCAA held an online survey to get feedback prior to its special constitutional convention in November.
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