Florida Gulf Coast University’s Wiktoria Czarnecka was named CCSA Women’s Swimmer of the Year, while Maddie Freece and Delaney Carlton were also recognized.
UNC Asheville picked up a pair of historic program firsts, and are now 13-1-1 in their last 15 dual meets, dating back to November 2019.
Campbell University won the Liberty TYR ’85 Invite over the weekend, with UNC-Asheville second and host Liberty third, though no Liberty divers competed.
Old Dominion University women’s swimming defeated Garner-Webb and Campbell on Saturday, while the men’s squad knocked off Gardner-Webb.
The East Carolina men and women’s swimming and diving teams dominated a tri-meet with Catawba and Lenoir-Rhyne on Saturday.
Campbell won 10 events – eight individual and two relays – against UNC Asheville to earn a 174-88 CCSA win on Saturday.
Liberty defeated longtime conference opponent Campbell 131.5-125.5 on Friday at Johnson Aquatic Center in the Lady Flames’ CCSA opener.
Campbell’s Annie Sanchez earned the CCSA Swimmer of the Week honors while FGCU’s Reese Wakefield was named the CCSA Diver of the Week.
For the first time since 2015, FGCU has started off its season 4-0, picking up wins over Campbell and host Georgia Southern on Saturday.
The FGCU swimming and diving team picked up a pair of wins on Friday afternoon, defeating host North Florida and Campbell.
The Navy women’s swimming team won the five-team Liberty Invitational in Lynchburg, Va. The Mids accrued over 2,700 points to outdistance the field by 900 points.
Campbell University swimming continued its strong start the 2018-19 season, topping East Carolina and Lenoir-Rhyne in a tri-meet inside the Join both the men’s and women’s action.