Minnesota Senior State finalist Will Melsha has announced his decision to swim for the University of Denver beginning in the fall of 2021.
The meet kicked off with the women’s 200 medley relay, where Denver swam a 1:39.28 to touch over 4 seconds ahead of the field.
Sid Farber was one of the standouts of the meet. He started off the meet with an 18.87 anchor split on Denver’s 200 medley relay.
The Arizona Swimming and Diving team took care of business this weekend while both the men and women swept Denver and Hawaii.
The University of Denver men’s swimming and diving program won 13 of 14 swimming events in a 203-95 defeat of Air Force on Saturday.
The Denver men defeated Colorado Mesa as eight athletes recorded event wins, while the Pioneer women won 15 of the 16 events on Saturday.
Emily Overholt comes in as the favorite in the women’s 400 free final on night three in Toronto.
The women’s 100 fly features youngsters Penny Oleksiak and Rebecca Smith at the top, along with Sweden’s Louise Hansson and another 2000-born Canadian, Maggie MacNeil.
After a 58.19 prelim swim, Kylie Masse has a shot at Kathleen Baker’s 100 back world record tonight in Toronto.
For the sixth consecutive year the University of Denver Pioneers stood atop the podium of the Summit League Swimming and Diving Championships.
Denver swept the Summit League titles for the 6th year in a row. Here’s a breakdown of the meet. Top to bottom. Every angle.
Denver’s Josiane Valette split a 52.36 butterfly on the winning 400 medley relay.
Josiane Valette won the 100 fly as Denver extended its lead in both the women’s and men’s team standings on Day 2 of Summit League Championships.
The Vols has 4 women under the 2017 NCAA invited time in finals with Brown (21.65), Bailey Grinter (22.08), Maddy Banic (22.15), and Stanzi Moseley (22.20).
Up until this morning, Arkansas’ Anna Hopkin held the fastest time in the NCAA with a 21.64, and only Ky-Lee Perry and Mallory Comerford had also been under 22 seconds so far.