Queens University of Charlotte is poised to win its third NCAA Division II title in as many years on the final night of competition at the 2017 national championships in Birmingham, Alabama.
Dion Dreesens of Queens.
Division II Men’s Swimming and Diving Championships March 8-11, 2017 Birmingham CrossPlex, Birmingham, Alabama Prelims 10:30 AM, Finals 6 PM…
Nova S’eastern junior Franco Lupoli, who won the 1000 free on Wednesday, will compete in the 500 free on Day Three of the 2017 NCAA Division II Swimming and Diving Championships in Birmingham.
On the final night of the 2016 All-Florida Invite, Florida freshman Maxime Rooney picked up his first-ever collegiate win in the men’s 200 back, clocking a time of 1:47.63.
Szaranek won the race in 1:39.90, coming home hard on the final 50 to out-touch freshman teammate Maxime Rooney (1:40.07).
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Division II Men’s and Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships March 9-12, 2016 IUPUI Natatorium, Indianapolis, Indiana Prelims 10:30 AM, Finals…
Queens had a very strong morning and now seems to have a lock on repeating as team champions in both the women’s and men’s meets at 2016 NCAA Division II Championships.
Patri Castro Ortega of Queens won her third title and set her third NCAA Division II record with 4:39.28 in the 500 free.
NCAA record-holder Anton Lobanov of Nova Southeastern qualified second in the men’s 100 breast on Day Three.
Queens University of Charlotte is hoping to extend its streak to two consecutive men’s team titles, but Lindenwood should provide a strong challenge at the 2016 NCAA DII Championships in Indianapolis on March 9-12.
Florida Southern earned their fourth consecutive men’s title as their women’s squad picked up their first during the 2016 Sunshine State Conference in Orlando, FL.
Queens’ Patricia Castro-Ortega won 4 NCAA titles and broke 4 NCAA Records individually last year, but we still might see her tweak her lineup for this year’s meet.
Anton Lobanov from NCAA Division II Anton Lobanov topped his Division I opponents in the 100 breaststroke at the All-Florida invite.