Miami University swim and dive will compete on Friday, Saturday and Sunday this week. On Friday, the women will take on the defending MAC champions, Akron at home at 3:30 p.m. Saturday will feature Buffalo coming to Oxford to take on the Miami men at noon. On Sunday, the RedHawk women will travel to Toledo to compete against the Rockets at 1 p.m.
Last Wednesday, the men and women split their meet against Cincinnati. The women took the victory, narrowly escaping with a 153-145 win. The men fell to the Bearcats by a score of 195-105.
Stephanie LeMire led the way against Cincinnati, winning two individual events in the 200-yard breaststroke (2:18.55) and 200-yard IM (2:06.77).
The diving squads for the men and women excelled in the meet. Jenna Karrow and Taylor LeCount both picked up a win and second-place finish for themselves. In the one-meter dive, Karrow placed first (254.35) and LeCount placed second (242.55). The three-meter dive was flipped, with LeCount in first (243.05) and Karrow in second (238.90).
Miami’s male divers achieved a 1-2-3 finish in the one-meter dive. Sean Sargent placed first (305.40), followed by Harrison Moncino (284.75) and Ryan Nash (283.60). In the three-meter dive, Moncino came in second (318.05) and Sargent in third (315.90).
Meet the Competition
Akron Women- The Zips have won the past three MAC championships and come into this matchup with a 2-1 dual meet record. They defeated Ball State and Toledo, but fell to Buffalo. Akron also won the Magnus Cup Invitational and Zippy Invitational earlier this season.
Buffalo Men- The Bulls have a 1-1 dual meet record after defeating Niagara and losing to Pittsburgh. They also competed in a non-scoring meet against Cornell and finished third in the Zippy Invitational.
Toledo Women- The Rockets have an 0-5 dual meet record and have fallen to Akron, Ohio State, Duquesne, Eastern Michigan and Bowling Green. They also finished fifth in the Zippy Invitational.
News courtesy of Miami (OH) Athletics.