Nine swimmers and divers, along with one water polo player, were nominated for the NCAA Woman of the Year award by their respective conferences.
The Zips lead Buffalo by an ultra-slim 12 points margin with one day to go, marking the toughest fight Akron has had since they began the win streak in 2014.
The University of Buffalo has announced three seniors – Brittney Beetcher, Olivia Sapio, and Jillian Lawton – as team captains for 2020-2021.
Nogaj clocked a 1:19.67 to win the 150 free, splitting 25.47, 27.65, and 26.55 respectively.
The Nittany Lions built on their day 1 lead to cement their victory over Buffalo. Schobel swept the backstrokes, while Matthias swept the butterflies.
The Penn State women got off to a lead in the first day of their home dual meet with Buffalo. They won 5 of the 6 individual races on Friday.
The University at Buffalo swimming and diving team captured their first win of the season Saturday afternoon in a 197-103 win over Ball State.
The Buffalo Bulls were dominant on Friday afternoon, claiming individual victories in 13 out of 16 events in the pool on senior day at Alumni Arena Natatorium, topping Bowling Green State 176-117.
The University at Buffalo women’s swimming team arned a 219-77 victory over the Duquesne Dukes on Saturday afternoon inside the Towers Pool in Pittsburgh, Pa.
Brittney Beetcher of Fairview High School and Rally Sport Aquatics has made a verbal commitment to swim for the State University of New York at Buffalo.
Full Meet Results Available Here. The defending Colorado girls’ 5A High School State Champions from Fossil Ridge got off to a…
USA Swimming has announced the roster for its 2015 Open Water Select Camp.