Xavier and Seton Hall tied for first place in the men’s 200 free relay with identical times of 1:21.05.
The Georgetown University swimming & diving team swept its third-consecutive dual meet on Saturday as the Hoyas won at Davidson.
Georgetown won 22 of 26 events, cruising to a sweep of American University on Friday evening at American’s Reeves Aquatic Center.
The Georgetown University swimming & diving team opened the 2019-20 season on Thursday evening, coming away with an impressive sweep of visiting Towson.
he Villanova women continued to dominate winning gold in every event and are 221 points ahead of Xavier going into the final day of competition. On the men’s side, Georgetown maintains a slim lead over Xavier.
The Villanova women were hot – taking gold in every event on Thursday and extending their team lead, while the Georgetown men swiped the lead from Villanova with consistent success from their swimmers on Day 2 of the Big East Championships.
The Villanova men are in the lead after the first day of competition at the Big East Championships with 116 points, while Villanova and Xavier women share the top spot with 74 points.
George Washington men’s swimming and diving finished out a season sweep of District foes Saturday by claiming a pair of wins Saturday at McCarthy Pool.
The Georgetown men came away with a convincing 178-120 victory over the Wildcats, while Villanova women won the dual 196-103.
The Carmel Swim Club of Carmel, Indiana led 4 teams under the old SC Juniors overall Meet Record, and eventually came away with the mark in 6:28.25. That also broke the old 15-18 National Age Group Record in the event that was a 6:28.90 set by SwimMAC Carolina in 2013.
Drew Kibler led off in 1:33.78 as Carmel broke the NAG in the boys’ 800 free relay.
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Kibler first set the record with a gold-winning 43.20 in the individual race. Then, he led off the 400 free relay in 43.02 to lower the mark even further.