Four wins in five races blew the CCSA Women’s Championships wide open for the Liberty Flames on Friday, while the Incarnate Word men extended their lead too.
A 1-2-3 finish in the 200 free and a 1-2-3-4 finish in the 400 IM (above) more-than-doubled Liberty’s lead on day 2 of the CCSA Women’s Championships.
A 1-3-4 finish from Liberty in the 500 free, led by Emma Hazel (above), gave the Flames a big lead on day 1 of the 2022 CCSA Championships.
On day 2 of the 2021 Men’s CCSA Championships, Gardner-Webb extended its lead over FAU, winning both relays and 3 individual events.
In the absence of Incarnate Word, FAU and Gardner-Webb are locked-up in a team battle at the 2021 CCSA Championship, with Gardner-Webb leading by 20 points.
On their senior day, the FSU Seminoles raced to a 188-90 victory on the men’s side and a 226-48 win on the women’s side over the Gardner-Webb Bulldogs.
Florida Gulf Coast’s Petra Halmai repeated as champion in the 100 breast, this time tying the CCSA Record and Meet Record.
The defending champion Liberty women have pushed ahead of Florida Gulf Coast after day 2 of the 2020 CCSA Championships.
The reigning champion Incarnate Word men kicked off the 2020 CCSA Championships with a new Meet Record in the 800 free relay.
While the Liberty women are the defending champions after earning their 2nd title in program history, FGCU is the favorite this year to return to the top.
Old Dominion University women’s swimming defeated Garner-Webb and Campbell on Saturday, while the men’s squad knocked off Gardner-Webb.
There were more delays caused by issues in the timing system on Thursday evening, but things stabilized a bit and the focus got back to the team battles at hand in Lynchburg.
Liberty took advantage of a Florida Gulf Coast to open a big team lead at the CCSA Swimming & Diving Championships.
Brady Fields from Hillgrove High School and Marietta Marlins will head to Gardner-Webb in the fall.