For JMU, this championship marks its 5th consecutive ECAC title, while for Navy this is their 12th men’s title in 13 years.
JMU kicked things off by going 1-2 in the mile, with 2020 champion Julianna Jones defending her title with a 16:39.17.
Trying to end a James Madison streak, the William & Mary women won the first two relays and snagged one of three individual events to open the meet.
Freshmen Cameron Gring & Lexi Lehman have been named Colonial Athletic Association Swimmer and Diver of the Week after their stellar debuts against Marshall.
Mihm, a Stanford commit, dropped a second, winning the race in 1:43.98. That’s within a couple of tenths of what it took to qualify for 2020 NCAAs.
Geneva Futures 200 backstroke champion Lauren Aylmer from NYS Aquatics has verbally committed to James Madison for 2020-21.
Emily Drakopoulos of Machine Aquatics has verbally committed to swim for James Madison University beginning in the fall of 2020.
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Another national record fell on day 2, with the North Allegheny boys shattering their own 400 free relay record.