Stanford and USC went into todays duel both undefeated, but the Cardinal handed the Trojans their first loss, 170-130. (Photo: Tim Binning)
It was Senior Day at Yale as Princeton, Yale and Harvard women’s teams kicked off their annual H-Y-P rivalry on Saturday, February 1 at Kiphuth Exhibition Pool in New Haven, Connecticut.
Michael Andrew has broken his first National Age Group Record of the Schroeder YMCA A+ meet on Saturday. He still has two more finals to swim in the session.
The second half of the Big Three rivalry continued where the first left off: pool records in almost every event, and mind-blowing swims from Yale sophomore Brian Hogan.
Texas’ Ellen Lobb pulled off a big win in the 50 free over the defending NCAA Champion Margo Geer,
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“It was a great day and has been a great season for our men,” Towson Head Coach Pat Mead said. “I’m very proud to have had the opportunity to coach this team this season.”
Lindsay Gendron won three key races for the Volunteers, and for the second-straight year, they’ve upset an SEC rival on the team’s senior day.
In case you missed it this morning, here’s a recounting of all of Bob Bowman’s live Tweets from NBAC’s morning…
The two biggest show stoppers of the day were the Australian sprint due of Cate Campbell and James Magnussen…
Bowling Green State got a big confidence boost when they beat the MAC’s #2 team from last year, Ohio, on the road.
Cassidy Griger led the way individually for the Hawks, winning the 500 freestyle (5:26.08) and the 100 freestyle (55.17) in addition to placing second in the 50 freestyle (25.77).
Albion put the exclamation point on a dual season in which it won four of five dual meets against MIAA rivals. The Britons now turn their attention to the league’s championship meet, set for Feb. 12-15 at Calvin College.
Swimming Australia plans to implement a “summer of swimming” initiative for next season with the goal of increasing the quality of domestic competition…