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.
The Emory University Swimming and Diving teams split the opening meet of the 2014 portion of their campaign, with the top-ranked Emory women defeating Florida Southern College 195-67, and the third-ranked Emory men suffering a 165-97 loss to the Moccasins.
Clay Youngquist helped stabilize the Texas men after an early DQ. The Georgia women picked up a win after tying A&M last night on their swing through Texas.
Eastern Michigan beat Division-III Denison at home to get back above .500 on the season.
Jasmine Tosky won a pair of events in the Trojans’ dominant win over Utah.
Emory, one of the top-ranked D-III schools, clashed with D-II powerhouse Florida Southern, with the Emory women and Florida Southern men emerging victorious.
Denison junior swimmer Damon Rosenburg is featured in the Faces in the Crowd section of this week’s edition of Sports Illustrated.
The North Carolina State Wolfpack and the Villanova Wildcats squared off in Raleigh on Friday night, and the result was…
Houston won its first of two meets this weekend, getting two wins each from Heather Winn and Danielle Shedd.
Michigan’s winning 200 medley relay false started, giving Purdue an early advantage. Meanwhile, the Michigan men continued to dominate the Big Ten with another win.
Championship season is upon us as Yale swimmers Andrew Heymann, Alwin Firmansyah, and Oscar Miao lay down the heat against the Cornell Brown Bears in their latest show down.
Brittany MacLean went back-to-back for the Bulldogs, winning the 1000 and taking second in the 200 free to set the tone early for Georgia.
The Johns Hopkins men’s swimming team won 10 of 14 events to defeat visiting TCNJ, 160-102, Wednesday morning in the Blue Jays’ first home meet of the season. The highlight of the meet came in the second event when freshman Andrew Greenhalgh broke the pool record in the 1650 Free.
Illinois had to go 1-2 in the final relay to force a tie with their future Big Ten rivals. Above are seniors Alyssa Toland, Courtney Pope, Erica Lynn, Jessica Holz, Anne Goering and Cara Chuang, couresty of Illini Swimming.