The George Washington men (pictured) have been absolutely dominant during the 2022 A-10 Championships, winning 13 out of 17 contested swim events.
George Mason won their first women’s relay conference title when they won the 400 medley relay Friday night in a conference record time of 3:37.99.
Ali Tyler, already an A-10 record holder in the 200 back and 400 IM, broke the 50 free record in a time that would have gotten her an NCAA invite last season.
GW sophomore Djurde Matic is among the swimmers projected to lead the Colonial men to a fifth-straight A10 Championship title.
Ainsley Toews, a dual athlete in swimming and cross country, has verbally committed to swim for George Mason University.
Ali Tyler led the team off in 54.27, which also broke the George Mason team record in the 100 back.
Marek Osina and Rachel Kimmel were named Performers of the Week, while Bode Ringenbach and Ali Tyler were named Rookie Performers of the Week.
UVA’s Sean Conway helped the Virginia men to the team title by going undefeated over four events at the 2021 Richmond Speedo Sectionals.
2020 Virginia Class 6 Region A runner-up Kylie Thompson has announced her decision to swim for George Mason University beginning in the 2021-2022 season.
Transfer Megan Mastropaolo and high school senior Ali Tyler have both committed to swim for George Mason University beginning in the fall of 2021.