Due to a scheduling conflict, Albion College, who they were supposed to compete against Saturday, was not available to compete.
On senior day in Akron, three Zips put up double-win performances, including senior Jackie Pash in the 200 free and 200 IM.
The Eastern Michigan University swimming and diving team captured its first dual meet win of the 2019-20 season, topping Miami (Ohio) 152-148
The Buffalo women opened their 2019-20 campaign on Saturday afternoon as they hosted Cornell and MAC foes Bowling Green and Eastern Michigan.
Akron won its sixth straight MAC title, and the almost-300-point margin was due to their depth. Eastern Michigan had two wins on the final day, and pulled away from Buffalo to hold onto second.
Akron won three events on Day 3 on the MAC championships to all but clinch the title, but on a day where 4 MAC records fell, Delaney Duncan stole the show for Eastern Michigan swimming 58.25 in the 100 breaststroke to get well under the NCAA A cut.
The Eastern Michigan University swimming and diving team captured its fourth dual meet win of the season at Oakland University, 190-110.
The Mid-American Conference Women’s Swimming and Diving head coaches unanimously selected the Akron Zips to repeat as 2018-19 MAC champions this season.
Akron won its 5th straight MAC title, running away with 1st while there was a tight battle for 2nd between Eastern Michigan, Buffalo, and Miami.
Grace Shinske and Paul Huch tallied a combined seven first place finishes as the Oakland men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams cruised past UIC, 178-103 and 191-109 respectively.
With eight different Eagles recording an event win, the Eastern Michigan University men’s swimming and diving team defeated Denison University, 187.5-111.5, Saturday, Oct. 21.
EMU kicked off its season with their annual Green vs White meet.