The final day of competition at the 2020 CAA Championships saw the JMU women come away with their 3rd-straight title, and the W&M men win their 6th in a row.
The James Madison women and William and Mary men lead with one day remaining at the 2020 Colonial Athletic Conference Swimming and Diving Championships.
The W&M women and the UNCW men lead after the first evening of the 2020 Colonial Athletic Association conference championships.
The women’s 1000 free saw the School Record and Pool Record go down, as freshman Maddie Riley dropped nearly 4 seconds to break the mark.
With their win over Georgetown on Saturday, the Drexel women ended the season undefeated for the first time in program history.
The Johns Hopkins women’s swim team pulled out a one-point win over Division II West Chester in the Thomas Murphy Invitational, while the JHU men also won.
The Seton Hall men won eight individual events in a 170-127 win over Drexel, while the Dragon women grabbed five event sweeps, topping SHU 160-139.
Drexel men’s and women’s swimming and diving started off the 2019-20 season on the right foot with a sweep of city rival La Salle.
The W&M men extended their lead, while the W&M women managed to pull ahead of JMU thanks to a relay DQ in the final event.
The first day of the 2019 CAA Championships featured conference records, come from behind victories, a 20.2 fly split, and the W&M men taking their 9th-straight title in the 800 free relay.
It is very common for the thought of “Is this sport really worth it?” to cross the minds of collegiate swimmers at some point in their career. At the end of the day, we need to take the time to think about our “why.”
UNCW’s women’s team defended its Patriot Invitational title for the fourth straight season as the Seahawks rallied in the 400 Freestyle Relay for the win and give the Seahawks a sweep of the meet as the men rolled to an impressive win on Saturday at the McKay Natatorium.
Racing at the Ohio State Last Chance Meet, Megan Clark broke the CAA Records in the 50 and 100 yard freestyles.
The Drexel men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams wrapped up regular season action on Saturday with dual meet victories over Georgetown.
Swimmers are set to compete in finals of the 200 back, 100 free, 200 breast, 200 fly, and 4×100 free relay. The fastest heat of the women’s and men’s 1650 free will also be contested tonight and will open the session.