With the victory, the Catamounts improve to 7-3 (3-1 AE) while with the defeat the Rams fall to 5-5 (0-1 A-10) on the season.
The Holy Cross women’s swimming and diving team collected a 178-119 win against nonconference opponent Providence College Saturday afternoon on Senior Day.
The Crusader women (3-2, 1-1 PL) have won the last three dual meets with Colgate (3-5, 1-4 PL) dating back to the 2019-20 campaign.
NU’s Hannah Seward finished first in the 100 fly (55.78) and the 200 free (1:53.47) for her second consecutive meet with multiple first place finishes.
With a commanding 194-73 triumph over Lehigh, the Bison men (6-2) have secured back-to-back winning seasons for the first time since 2015.
The Monarch women topped the Eagles 159-112, while the men won 179-92.
A runner-up finish in the 200 free relay allowed the Navy women to edge James Madison by two points, 151-149, Saturday afternoon at Savage Natatorium.
The Mids never trailed, but also never had a comfortable advantage as the teams alternated event wins essentially from start to finish.
The Billiken women defeated Valparaiso 190-31 and Little Rock 151-72, while the SLU men downed the Crusaders 173-32.
St. Francis Brooklyn men’s swimming and diving took on Mount St. Mary’s Saturday afternoon and defeated the Mountaineers by a score of 116-101.
Trown women’s swimming and diving cruised to a 226-74 win over Cornell on Saturday to close out the dual meet season.
The Blue Devils set three pool records on their way to a 248-105 dual meet win.
The Florida Atlantic University men’s and women’s swim teams wrapped up their home slate with a win over St. Thomas on Saturday.
The Coyote women won 11 of the 16 events and came away with a 180.5-117.5 victory, while the Jackrabbit men prevailed with a final tally of 177-110.
The Jaguar women topped Butler (168-101) while the IUPUI men celebrated Senior Day with a 168-104 victory over Wabash.