In the Wildcats’ last dual meet of the season, Northwestern Head Coach Jarod Schroeder’s squad claimed a victory 163-128 against…
Bowling Green State got a big confidence boost when they beat the MAC’s #2 team from last year, Ohio, on the road.
Florida State picked up a home win against in-state rival Miami Friday night, winning 12 of 16 events en route to a 174-113 win.
UNC’s Alex Gianino won two individual events as the North Carolina men snuck by NC State’s impressive sprint group.
Senior Kyle Milberg won three events to help Denver beat visiting Utah on senior night. Utah’s Nick Soedel did break a pair of pool records on the night.
SMU’s new mid-season addition from South Africa could be a game-changer for them.
USC’s Kendyl Stewart was in top form on Friday, as were most of her teammates as the Trojans looked strong against the top-ranked Cal women.
Michigan women lead by 4 at Ohio State with one day remaining, Buckeye men beat WVU, await Wolverine men tomorrow
Ohio State started strong, but the Wolverines battled back to take a 4-point lead into Saturday. Meanwhile, the Buckeye men beat up on West Virginia as they prepare for a battle with the Wolverines tomorrow.
Lindsay Vrooman went back-to-back to open the meet, winning the 1000 free and 200 free to set the tone for Indiana’s wins. Eric Ress won three on the men’s side to overcome Louisville’s sprint dominance.
Arizona’s Bonnie Brandon already has two individual event wins after the first day of competition against Texas.
Felicia Lee won three for Stanford and Ting Quah won three for UCLA, but the Cardinal’s depth was too much to overcome as they won 180-120.
Competing against DI Navy and led by the powerful trio of Bogdanovski, Kitayama and Greenhalgh, the Johns Hopkins Jays posted some fast times in the meet on Wednesday. Unfortunately, it wasn’t enough to overwhelm the Mids, and Navy triumphed, 137-123 (W) and 135-119 (M).
Princeton, Yale and Harvard are gearing up for their annual rivalry, which takes place this weekend in New Haven, Connecticut.
Dartmouth senior and uber-talented Nejc Zupan won four individual events and two relays at the Dartmouth Invitational this past weekend, setting UVAC pool records in every one of them and picking up a new school record in the 200 fly.
The Ephs of Williams certainly had a weekend filled with fast swimming. On Friday they faced off against the MIT Engineers and came out on top (192-97 for women, 159-137 for men). Less than eighteen hours later, the Ephs were back up on the blocks racing NESCAC competitors Middlebury and again came out victorious (185-108 for women, 197-101 for men).