The Mid-American Conference and Colonial Athletic Association have become the latest Div. 1 conferences to alter their fall sports amid the coronavirus.
A new lifetime best for Harvard sophomore Jacob Johnson on Saturday should secure his spot at the 2020 NCAA Men’s Division I Swimming & Diving Championships.
Blaskovic clocked a 18.96 in the race this morning, shattering his previous personal best time of 19.28.
The final day of competition at the 2020 CAA Championships saw the JMU women come away with their 3rd-straight title, and the W&M men win their 6th in a row.
The James Madison women and William and Mary men lead with one day remaining at the 2020 Colonial Athletic Conference Swimming and Diving Championships.
Colin Wright became only the 4th mid-major swimmer to break 19 seconds in the 50 free, and the W&M picked up a NCAA provisional cut in the 200 free relay.
William & Mary senior Colin Wright is expected to be his school’s first male swimmer to qualify for the NCAA Championships since 1963.
The William & Mary men rallied to beat Towson on the road, 154-134, while the Tiger women outdid the Tribe 169-125 on Saturday.
The Johns Hopkins women won the final three events of the meet to come from behind to beat host William & Mary, 135-127, while the Tribe men won 152-110.
The University of Virginia, coming off a 10th-place finish at the NCAA Championships, headlined the inaugural VaSID Men’s Swimming & Diving All-State teams.
The Florida men benefited the most from their hosted last chance meet, picking up a couple of new probable qualifiers, with several more swimming their way onto the bubble.
The Florida frosh did the most to improve his NCAA qualifying chances of any swimmer on day 1 of the Florida Last Chance meet.
CAA’s are over. The James Madison women and William and Mary men won. Here are the numbers.
The W&M men extended their lead, while the W&M women managed to pull ahead of JMU thanks to a relay DQ in the final event.
The W&M men extended their lead on the second night of the 2019 CAA Championships, while JMU and W&M women continued to duel it out.