Findlay and Hillsdale both extended their leads on day three of the combined Great Midwest/Mountain East Swimming & Diving Championships.
Day three of the 2020 RMAC Swimming & Diving Championships saw numerous records broken as action heated up at the El Pomar Natatorium on Colorado Mesa campus.
The Queens University of Charlotte men’s and women’s swimming teams extended their respective leads after day two of the Bluegrass Mountain Championships.
The action continued inside El Pomar Natatorium as the RMAC Swimming & Diving programs continued their quest to earn Championship titles.
The Hillsdale women held on to its lead and are bidding to be the first program other than Findlay in the meet’s three-year history to capture a team title.
The defending NSIC Champions of St. Cloud State moved into the lead as the Huskies surpassed day one leader Sioux Falls.
The McKendree University men’s squad overtook the lead, while the Drury University women’s team extended its advantage after the second of four days.
The first day of the 2020 Sunshine State Conference Swimming Championships ended with the Tampa Spartans and Nova Southeastern in front for the men and women.
The Bluegrass Mountain Championships and Conference Carolinas Championships are being held in conjunction with one another while maintaining separate scores.
Fresno Pacific’ freshman Denisz Der won the 200 IM. They made it 2 event wins in a row as Iskender Baslakov won the 50 free in 20.27.
On an exciting and record-setting first day of the 2020 GLVC Swimming and Diving Championships, Drury University leads both the men’s and women’s competition.
The first of four days of the Great Midwest/Mountain East Conference Swimming & Diving Championships is in the books with Hillsdale and Findlay out ahead.
Sioux Falls leads after day one with 191 team points and holds a 42 point lead over the defending champs of St. Cloud State (149).
The 2020 PCSC Championships kicked off on Wednesday at East LA College with a pair of diving events, the 1,000-meter freestyle and four relays.
At the halfway point of the meet, Cal State East Bay has moved into first for the women, while the UC Santa Cruz men held onto the lead.