Bowling Green went on the road this weekend to knock off the Marshall Thundering Herd for its fourth straight win.
The Billikens of Saint Louis University went on the road to close the regular season, knocking off Eastern Illinois on the men’s and women’s sides to punctuate what’s been an outstanding combined season.
The Irish broke two pool records in their wins, while the Northwestern women came back from a 16-point deficit to top Iowa. The Missouri State men also competed, beating Iowa but falling to Notre Dame.
The Yale women hosted Ivy rivals Princeton and Harvard this weekend for the annual H-Y-P meet.
LSU topped Rice, Tulane and host Houston in the Quad meet, each team’s last competition before conference championships. Kara Kopcso won three times for LSU, while Rice’s Rachel Moody broke a school record in the 100 breast and narrowly missed the 200 breast record as well.
The Florida coach talked about a lineup decision that came back to bite the Gators as well as the team’s preparation heading into SECs and NCAAs.
Tennessee head coach Matt Kredich has landed a big international commitment for the fall of 2014.
The Academic wing of USC’s new Heritage Hall houses two swimmers side-by-side.
The Golden Bears got a pair of wins from Missy Franklin to top UCLA a day after enduring a surprise beatdown at USC.
Freshmen Allyx Purcell and Joe Patching each won a pair of events in Auburn’s sweep of the visiting Gamecocks.
Oakland University traveled south to Indianapolis to take on their former conference rival, the IUPUI Jaguars. The Golden Grizzlies joined…
North Carolina State University owned the sprint races in their regular season finale at home against Virginia. That was enough for the men to power away from the Cavaliers, but the Wolfpack women dropped the meet to a hard-charging Virginia squad.
CJ Smith and Kiera Janzen combined to dominate the distance events for the Golden Gophers in the two-day triangular at Purdue.
Georgia senior Laura Ryan celebrates senior day on Saturday, while Georgia beat Alabama to close the regular season.
The University of Denver men’s swimming and diving fell to Air Force 187.5- 162.5 on Saturday in Colorado Springs.