The men and women of DU grab two dual meet wins against the Cowboys and Cowgirls.
“We did a great job capitalizing on two wins apiece by Heather Winn, Maya Owens, and Danielle Shedd,” said head coach Rich Murphy.
The Emory & Henry College Women’s Swimming Team moved to 8-0 on the year Saturday afternoon as it picked up a pair of wins in double dual competition at Milligan College.
The EC Women’s swim team traveled to Spartanburg, SC to compete against Converse College (NCAA Div. II) on their senior…
“One of the things I outlined with the captains was how I thought this was going to be a close meet,” Albion Coach Jake Taber said. “I didn’t know if we could win any of the first five events. Brad and Austin won those two and it set the tone.”
Today’s meet against the Pacers was the final one of the regular season for head coach Thomas Till’s squad, which now begins to prepare for the Landmark Conference Swimming & Diving Championships that will be held here Feb. 7-9.
The St. Bonaventure women’s swimming and diving returned to the pool after a month long break to face the Binghamton Bearcats at the Saunders Aquatic Center on Saturday.
Connor Jaeger won the 500 free, and took the B-final in the 200 fly tonight to help Michigan pull away at the SMU Classic.
The West Virginia men picked up a historic win on Saturday in Forth Worth, as did the TCU women.
Elizabeth Beisel had two outstanding off-event swims while her Gators used depth to overwhelm Florida Atlantic in the men’s and women’s meets.
Virginia picks up 11 wins on Day 2, yet the Virginia Tech men get their first dual win against UVA since 1981.
Penn’s Rhoads Worster (pictured above) won two events in the Quakers’ victory over Brown on Saturday at Sheerr Pool in Philadelphia.
The second day of the Kenyon Winter Invitation proved to be just as quick and as much fun to watch as Day One. For host Kenyon College, though the event open auspiciously with very fast swims from both the Lords and the Ladies, the superior depth of the DI and DII teams arrayed against them led to a fourth place finish for the Ladies, and a third place finish for the Lords. On both sides, Ohio State University was victorious (795.5 women, 741 men).
UCLA wins 10 of 11 events Friday afternoon against Washington State.