On Wednesday, the Kansas Jayhawks earned their 6th-consecutive dual meet victory. The meet, which was hosted by William Jewell College, was swum in short course meters.
Senior Vicky Xu broke two 10-year-old diving records as the Kansas swimming and diving team started 2019 with a victory over Northern Arizona with a score of 197-101 Friday evening. NAU bested Northern Colorado at the meet.
Freshman Kate Steward led the way for the Jayhawks, winning 3 individual events.
The Kansas women’s swimmers defeated South Dakota 252-98 and Missouri State 219-128 at the Tri-Duals Friday and Saturday.
The best long-distance swimmers from across the nation will come together at Lone Star Lake for the third-annual College Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) National Open Water Championships, Saturday, September 22.
Wichita-East defended their title with a total of 284 points, holding off Lawrence Free State which finished with 261 points, and Shawnee Mission-East, which tallied 256.5 points.
According to Rockwood Swim Club, Franki Petrosino has announced her intention to swim for the University of Kansas next fall.
Kate Steward from Phillips 66 Splash Club and Bartlesville High School will be a Jayhawk next year.
Claire Campbell of Lawrence, Kansas has announced her verbal commitment to the University of Kansas, where she will swim for her father, head coach Clark Campbell.