Navy men broke the Patriot League conference record in the 800 free relay, swimming a 6:22.72.
The Lehigh men won eight of the 16 events to top Loyola (Md.) 147.50-146.50, while the Mountain Hawk women took 11 events in a 185-113 win.
The Rider University men’s swimming and diving team defeated visiting Lehigh, 180-118, while the Lehigh women picked up a 187-106 win.
The Lehigh men and women picked up wins over Bloomsburg and host West Chester at a tri meet on Friday. West Chester in turn topped Bloomsburg.
The Lehigh men bested Boston University 170-118, while Megan Fennell broke team records in the 1-meter and 3-meter as the Lehigh women won 185-108.
Sprint freestyler Sarah Manthorp has committed to swim for the Lehigh University Mountain Hawks. She will begin in the 2020-2021 season.
Navy swept the Patriot League titles this weekend. Here’s how it went down in numbers.
The freshman Martina Thomas and the senior Lauren Barber both picked up their 2nd individual wins in as many days on Friday.
Lauren Barber, a senior, is now a perfect 10-for-10 in individual events in her Patriot League career.
The Lehigh women’s swimming and diving team made history on Friday afternoon, defeating Army164.5-135.5 on Senior Day at Jacobs Pool to improve to 7-1 on the season, its best start since 1999-00. Meanwhile, the Army men’s swimming and diving team captured a 203.5-96.5 victory over the Mountain Hawks.
It was another great night for the Lehigh men’s swimming and diving team, who cruised to their fifth straight victory on the season with a 154-117 win over La Salle. On the women’s side, Lehigh posted a 164-108 victory.
Different year, same story for the Lehigh women’s swimming and diving team against Lafayette on Friday night, as the Mountain Hawks won their 11th straight meet over the Leopards, 224-68, while the men defeated Lafayette on Friday night 202-80 for their 27th straight victory dating back to the 1991-92 season.
Patriot League – Men and Women Wednesday, February 14 – Saturday, February 17 Lejeune Hall, U.S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, MD (Eastern…
New Jersey-based sprinter Ann Foley will be making the move to Pennsylvania next season, as she’s given her commitment to join the Lehigh University Mountain Hawks.