The Delta State men brought home five titles on day two of the New South Intercollegiate Swim Conference Championships to open up a commanding 245-point lead
Tennessee’s Erika Brown is now 2-for-2 in her individual events at the 2020 SEC Championships. Brown won her 3rd-straight title in the 100 fly.
The host Williams Ephs set a pool record to win the 800 freestyle relay to open the 2020 NESCAC Men’s Swimming & Diving Championship at Samuelson-Muir Pool.
A pair of men’s relay records fell for Franklin & Marshall in the 200 medley and Swarthmore in the 800 free.
The Laker men, who have claimed five consecutive GLIAC titles, remain in first place with 484 team points, while the Northern Michigan women lead with 456.5.
The Calvin women won two events on Day 2, including taking the title in the 200 free relay with an NCAA ‘B’ cut time of 1:35.04.
Ithaca junior Stan Zanesky was a standout on Day 2, winning the 200 free (1:41.50) and leading off the 200 free relay in a ‘B’ cut time of 20.48.
On the men’s side, Pomona-Pitzer leads the nine-team championship with 224 points, while the women lead by just one point over Claremont-Mudd-Scripps.
The Engineers claimed gold in the 800 free relay with a NEWMAC meet, NEWMAC open and pool record time.
The West Chester women have been dominant through two days, leading the 12-team pack with 843.5 points while IUP is in second with 601.
Defending men’s and women’s champion Carthage ended the day’s competition in first place following Thursday’s finals of the 2020 CCIW Championships.
Geneseo won four men’s races and took home five women’s titles while Cortland swept the 500 freestyle races.
The defending champion Liberty women have pushed ahead of Florida Gulf Coast after day 2 of the 2020 CCSA Championships.
Thursday morning, UNC’s Caroline Hauder went 1:55.59 in the 200 IM for third overall in prelims and her first PR in the event since freshman year.
St. Bonaventure’s Tjaard Krusch won the men’s 200 IM by over a second, breaking the A-10 Conference Record with the swim.