Southern Illinois Traveled to Arkansas on Friday, winning both the men’s and women’s meet against Little Rock and Henderson State.
Indianapolis, which has the top men’s program in Division II and the No. 2 women’s team, defeated Cleveland State on Friday.
The Georgetown men suffered their first loss of the season against Johns Hopkins, while the women secured a win to take their season to 3-3.
Iona College won both the men’s and women’s meets against Pace, winning almost all 28 events against the Division II team.
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Zgola, who has Futures cuts in the 100 and 500 free, will join McKendree in the fall. She can compete in both sprint and distance free.
The UIndy men earned all but two of the top votes to take first in the polls with 148 points, while the Queens women were the unanimous #1 pick (150 points).
The most notable proposal on the docket from a swimming & diving perspective is one regarding transfer rules in Division II.
After almost two months out of the water, Wyoming defeated the Colorado School of Mines on Friday, winning 22 of 28 events.
The NCAA Board of Governors will discuss its transgender participation policy at its meeting on Thursday, January 20 and will issue a statement thereafter.
Lees-McRae defeated Emory & Henry in a Friday dual meet. The meet was swum in meters, rather than in traditional yards for college meets.
Runge will make the trip north from Florida to Illinois as he has committed to McKendree University as a member of the class of 2026.
COVID-19 continues to make an impact on the college swimming and diving season as six more scheduled meets have been canceled.
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