Benjamin Schulte

Rider’s Justin Carey Takes Over Record-Breaking at MAAC Day 3

2018 MAAC MEN’S AND WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIPS Wednesday-Saturday, February 14th-17th Burt Flickinger Athletic Center , Buffalo, NY Short course yards Championship…

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Dean Farris Posts 1:35 200 Free in Harvard Sweep of Rider and Bryant

Harvard’s men had a double dual against Rider and Bryant, coming away with victories against both and winning all but 3 events.


Bryant Men Defeat Boston College for the First Time in Program History

BRYANT VS BOSTON COLLEGE Friday, October 6 Chace Athletic Center Pool Smithfield, RI Full Results For the first time in…


Wildin-Snedden and Gasson Win Third Gold at Oceania Championships

Acacia Wildin-Snedden and Helena Gasson both collected their third individual gold medals on Wednesday night at the Oceania Championships on…

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New Zealand Dominates Day Two in the Pool of Oceania Championships

Gabrielle Fa’ amausili won the women’s 50 backstroke one of New Zealand’s eight victories on Tuesday evening…

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Marist Women Sweep Day 4, Repeat As MAAC Champs With Rider Men

The Marist women swept all 6 events on the final day of competition to repeat as Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) champs for 2016. Meanwhile, the Rider men lost just one event on the night to earn a repeat title of their own.

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Meet Record For Molloy As Rider, Marist Roll On Day 3 Of 2016 MAACs

The Rider men and Marist women continue to roll toward repeat titles in the MAAC, with Zachary Molloy as well as the 400 medley relay breaking meet records for the Rider men while the Marist women won 5 of 7 events on the night.

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Saint Peter’s women win three titles, four more conference records go down on day 2 of MAAC’s

The women of Saint Peter’s dominated the top of the podium on day 2 of the MAAC Championships, sweeping the individual swimming races, but it’s Marist who leads the points by a wide margin.

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