Akron won 3 more individual events and another relay today.
Six-time defending MAC champion Akron leads the meet through day 1, after winning both of tonight’s events.
Nogaj clocked a 1:19.67 to win the 150 free, splitting 25.47, 27.65, and 26.55 respectively.
On senior day in Akron, three Zips put up double-win performances, including senior Jackie Pash in the 200 free and 200 IM.
The only women’s event Akron didn’t win was the 1650 free, where Cincinnati’s Rocky Laabs swam a 16:37.96.
Much like the first day of compeition, members of Akron’s relays went on to win individual events.
Demler’s first attempts at the 1000 free and 200 free came this season in at 3rd and 6th respectively in the Big Ten this year.
The Akron swimming and diving team notched 11 first place finishes in a 200-102 victory over Toledo in Mid-American Conference action on Friday.
The Akron women defended their home pool and captured the crown after two days of competition at the second annual Akron Zips Classic.
In a 12-event meet at Akron, the Gold team topped team Blue by a score of 120-102 to take the intrasquad crown led by Paulina Nogaj.
Giovanna Cappabianca of Hudson Explorers and Hudson HEAT has verbally committed to the University of Akron for 2020-21.
A slew of meet records went down again on day 2, keeping with the pace of this now increasingly attended meet.
Duquesne and Akron squared off in a dual meet on Saturday which featured a unique format with 17 “mystery” events being picked just moments prior to the beginning of each respective race. The Zips won 247-154.
Olivia Gardner from England’s Ellesmere College Titans has announced she will swim for the Akron Zips next year.
McKenzie Rice, a member of the Countryside YMCA National Team and a senior at Lakota West High School in West Chester, Ohio, has made a verbal commitment to swim for the University of Akron next year.