2014 NAIA National Championships -Women – Day Two: Tixier Breaks Record in 100 Fly, OBU Increases Lead
Biola’s Christine Tixier pulls ahead of Lisa MacManus to win the NAIA National Championship in the 100 fly with a new meet record of 54.35.
Cal’s Ryan Murphy got his first Pac-12 title by coming from behind to top Stanford’s Dave Nolan in a thrilling 100 back race. That was a microcosm of the team race, where Cal passed up Stanford for the Pac-12 lead on night 3.
Cordes went 51.23 to wipe away the championships record set by Cal’s Damir Dugonjic back in 2009. That mark was 51.41. Cordes was his typically great self in the back half, coming home in 26.81.
Murphy went 45.59, perhaps even more impressive considering he swam the 100 fly just a few events earlier. Nolan took second with a 45.66.
2014 Pac 12 Championships – 100 FLY – Reported by Jared Anderson In prelims, California’s Tony Cox was the top seed and…
Cristian Quintero stayed on a roll this week, taking the 200 free in 1:32.81.
Defending champ Josh Prenot won the event for Cal, dropping two seconds from prelims. His 3:42.20 is still a half-second off what he went in winning this race as a freshman, but it does move him inside the top 10 in the NCAA this season.
Arizona won this relay, though it turned into a tighter battle than some might have predicted as Cal put up a season-best time in pushing the Wildcats.
2014 NAIA National Championships – Men – Day Two Up/Down: OBU Continues to Shine; ONU and Asbury Beating Predictions
It’s a packed house at the OCCC Aquatic Center for the 2014 NAIA National Championships. Oklahoma Baptist men had a huge morning, but they weren’t alone; ONU, Asbury, Lindsey Wilson, and Wayland Baptist had strong prelims performances as well.
Barbara Caraballo broke her own National Junior College Record by three seconds on Friday night.
2014 NAIA National Championships –Women – Day Two Up/Down: OBU Still in Front, Big Morning for SCAD, Brenau, and ONU
Oklahoma City Community College Aquatic Center is hosting the 2014 NAIA National Championships.
Cal’s Tony Cox has two A-final swims on Friday night, part of 14 overall for the Cal Golden Bears.
Thursday saw the first post-psych sheet scratch of the 2014 NCAA women’s championships, as Georgia’s Olivia Boggs has pulled out of…
This picture taken during the prelims of the 400 IM at the 2014 Pac 12 Championships shows that officials are now on the bulkhead.
The Whitworth women posted a team GPA of 3.69, while the Principia men topped the men’s rankings for the second-straight semester.