The Niagara University women’s swimming and diving won its first MAAC title in program history. In 2020, the Niagara women placed 7th.
After night three of the MAAC Championships, the Niagara women have pulled ahead of defending champions Fairfield, heading into the final day of competition.
Rider’s Lucas Racevicius will be a driving force as the team looks to win a 10th straight Men’s MAAC title this weekend.
Jensen Ritter led the Monmouth team to victory on Saturday, winning four individual events against opponent St. Peter’s.
Monmouth split its dual meet against Iona, defeating the Iona men 162-100 but losing to the Iona women 121-141 in a meet that came down to the last relay.
Monmouth’s Callan Smith blew away the MAAC Record in the 200 back by over a second, out-swimming 2019 champion and former record holder Matthew Mays of Bryant
Morgan Hansen broke the MAAC Record twice in the 100 fly. She first set the mark at 54.97 in prelims before lowering it to a 54.65 to repeat as champion.
The Fairfield women outscored Monmouth 189-105, while the men’s team was edged by the Hawks 154.5-133.5 on Saturday at the RecPlex Pool.
The Fairfield sophomore women continued to build on last year’s success, sweeping the individual events on the 2nd day of the 2019 MAAC Championships.
The NJIT men’s swimming & diving team took part in its final dual meet before the CCSA Championships, defeating the Monmouth University Hawks 151-137 on Saturday afternoon.
The Sacred Heart University Swimming and Diving team defeated Monmouth University with a final score of 151-116.
The LIU Brooklyn women’s swimming team returned to competition on Saturday after the holiday break and moved to ten wins in dual meets for the first time in program history. The Saint Peter’s men improved to 8-0 on the season defeating Monmouth.
The Seton Hall women delivered a 146-93 victory at Monmouth on Thursday night, while a total of nine different Pirates won an individual race as the Pirate men delivered a dominating 147-87 victory.
New Jersey Institute of Technology claimed its third-straight Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) Men’s Swimming and Diving Winter Championships on Sunday, Dec. 2 with a more than 300-point margin over Monmouth University, 1,635 to 1,306.