For the first time since the 2003-04 season, the Towson University men’s swimming team has won nine dual meets in a season, following a 183-115 victory over George Mason at Burdick Pool on Saturdayafternoon.
Sophomore Rod Taskindoust (New City, N.Y./Clarkstown North) posted two top-six finishes, touching third in the 200 freestyle (1:50.00) and sixth in the 500 freestyle (5:16.97).
Goucher’s Nicole Craver was one of only two swimmers from any of the three Landmark Conference teams which competed in von Borries Pool this afternoon that took first place in more than one individual event.
BJ Hornikel won two individual events for the Alabama men.
Yale women pulled off a pair of victories on Saturday, beating both Penn and Dartmouth in their home pool. The Elis won nine of sixteen events and were also able to score a lot of points on the depth of their roster.
The Vols put on a show against top-ranking opponents Missouri and Virginia Tech in a double dual in Knoxville, TN on Saturday.
The Northwestern men’s and women’s teams hosted a combined meet in Evanston with Michigan and Notre Dame playing part on…
The Gamecocks handled the Blue Devils on both sides of the gender pool on Saturday in Columbia, SC.
The 6th-ranked USC men rode relay prowess to a win over Wisconsin, while the #6 Trojan women won 13 of 15 events to down the #20 Badger women.
Dani des Tombe had a big 100 free win for the Panthers, while the Pitt men overwhelmed with depth with an ensemble cast of winners.
The Louisville men swept the meet and the women won 14 of 16 events in an early tune-up for three AAC teams at the venue that will host the AAC Championships.
UCLA got big wins from seniors Ting Quah and Kathryn Murphy en route to win in the Pac-12 network-televised meet.
The Tar Heel men won 177-118 to improve to 4-2 on the season. The UNC women triumphed by a score of 194-97 to up their record to 7-1.
David Nolan and Max Williamson won twice for the Cardinal.
With sweeps in each of the diving and relay events, the Claremont-Mudd-Scripps swimming and diving teams each registered wins over La Verne on Saturday afternoon at Axelrood Pool in the first meet since December. The Athenas defeated the Leopards 239-56 while the Stags registered a 219-75 win. Both the Athenas and Stags are now 3-0 in conference action so far this season.