Denver topped UNLV 153.5-143.5 and also topped Cal State – Bakersfield and Air Force while the Air Force women defeated all comers in the women’s triangular.
The Penn State women went into Annapolis, Maryland and emerged with a clean sweep win, taking all 16 events against Navy. The Nittany Lion men added a convincing 171-127 win of their own.
On Saturday afternoon, the men and women of Emory’s Swimming & Diving program faced off against Division I competition in the form of the University of Alabama at the Don Gambril Olympic Pool in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. The Crimson Tide beat both the Eagles on both sides, taking the victory 196-92 over the men, and 178-110 over the women.
For the second week in a row, the Bowling Green women saw a meet come down to the final relay, trailing Toledo by a single point with one race to go Friday night. But Bowling Green won a heart-stopper in the 200 free relay by just .03 to hand Toledo its first conference loss.
Jorden Merrilees jumped into the 1000 free for the first time this season to win and put up the fastest time in the Summit League. Takara Martin hit a PR in the 100 breast for Oakland as well.
Boise State rookies Brittany Aoyama and Felicity Cann broke pool records, and Denver’s freshman Johanna Roas got one of her own during the dual.
Nebraska won 9 of 16 events including career win #39 for senior Bailey Pons on senior day.
The Alabama seniors pose at the last home meet of their careers.
Tanja Kylliainen was all over the in-state rival Wildcats, winning the 200 fly, 200 back and 200 IM. Joao de Lucca, Kameron Chastain and Kelsi Worrell all won two events apiece for the Cardinals.
The Golden Gopher men and women combined for 9 straight wins to close the meet in dominating fashion over a fired-up NC State squad that put up huge performances on the road.
The Stanford men would have swept the meet but for a relay DQ, and the women got double wins from Felicia Lee and Stephanie Phipps while only giving up a pair of wins to ASU’s Tristin Baxter.
The Virginia women were victorious while the Tar Heel men came back to win at home.
In a meet that was decided by fractions of a second, the Northwestern men triumphed against the visiting Iowa Hawkeyes…
Following an ACC dual meet Friday evening against nationally-ranked Virginia, the Duke women’s swimming and diving team returned to the pool in strong form Saturday afternoon, defeating the Richmond women by a score of 160-131.
Cal was nothing short of dominant at home, winning 206-92 on the men’s side and 190-109 for the women. Missy Franklin and Ryan Murphy each won four races, putting up huge relay splits along the way.