A handful of Pool Record were broken throughout the meet, 2 of which fell at the hands of Michigan’s Siobhan Haughey.
Stanford’s freshman class had a strong debut, with 5 freshmen women and 4 freshmen men securing individual wins to help the Cardinal beat Utah.
The Ohio swimming and diving team opened the 2017-18 regular season with a 202-96 victory over in-state rival Youngstown State on Saturday (Oct. 21) at the Penguins’ home pool, the Beeghly Natatorium.
The Catamounts won the first of back-to-back dual meets this weekend with a 105-78 victory over Stony Brook on Saturday afternoon at Forbush Natatorium.
The Ball State women’s swimming and diving team opened up the 2017-18 regular season Saturday afternoon at the Indiana Intercollegiate Meet. The Cardinals placed atop five other schools.
Old Dominion University swimming and diving fell in its home opener to to East Carolina on Saturday afternoon at the JC Scrap Chandler Pool. The men were edged 163.5-136.5, while the women lost 179-116.
In their first meet of the season, NC State prevailed over Duke and Penn State in a tri meet on Friday, October 20th.
With eight different Eagles recording an event win, the Eastern Michigan University men’s swimming and diving team defeated Denison University, 187.5-111.5, Saturday, Oct. 21.
Record-breaking efforts from Jake Ortiz and Peter Nachtwey highlighted George Washington men’s swimming and diving’s 185-115 win over Boston College on Saturday at Charles E. Smith Center Pool.
The University at Buffalo women’s swimming and diving team was able to continue their strong start to the season on Saturday afternoon as they collected the victory over Cornell by the score of 165-131.
After falling to Bucknell last week, the Bryant University women’s swimming and diving team bounced back in a big way on Friday night, defeating Providence 196-103 at the Chace Athletic Center pool.
Holding on to yesterday’s lead, the Missouri State swimming and diving team made out with three victories as both teams beat South Dakota and the women’s team downed Big-12 member Kansas, Saturday afternoon at Robinson Natatorium.
Rice senior Alicia Caldwell won two individual events and swam on a winning relay to help pace the Owls’ swim team to a 136-100 Conference USA victory over visiting North Texas Friday evening at the Competition Pool.
Cowgirl swimming and diving defeated the New Mexico State Aggies by a score of 157-139 at the NM State Swimming and Diving Complex on Friday evening.