The Niagara University women’s swimming and diving won its first MAAC title in program history. In 2020, the Niagara women placed 7th.
After night three of the MAAC Championships, the Niagara women have pulled ahead of defending champions Fairfield, heading into the final day of competition.
Rider’s Lucas Racevicius will be a driving force as the team looks to win a 10th straight Men’s MAAC title this weekend.
Fordham won both the men’s and women’s meets on Wednesday, with Ainhoa Martin and Spencer Clarke leading the teams with double individual event wins.
Monmouth split its dual meet against Iona, defeating the Iona men 162-100 but losing to the Iona women 121-141 in a meet that came down to the last relay.
Monmouth’s Callan Smith blew away the MAAC Record in the 200 back by over a second, out-swimming 2019 champion and former record holder Matthew Mays of Bryant
The Bryant women’s swimming and diving team earned a decisive 222-72 victory over Iona, while the men won 175-119 as FuKang Wong set two pool records.
The Wagner College women swept its competition at the Iona Quad for the third straight season, while the Iona men defeated St. Francis Brooklyn in a dual.
The Fordham women posted a 199-85 win over Iona, while the men’s squad edged the Gaels 150-144.
Loyola H2Ounds Invitational Howard, Iona, Marist, Mount St. Mary’s at Loyola (Md.) Baltimore, Maryland Nov. 30-Dec. 1, 2018 Friday Results…
The Iona College men’s and women’s swimming & diving team went on the road for the first time this season and put up a pair wins over MAAC rival Monmouth in West Long Branch, NJ.
The Iona College swimming & diving programs picked up a pair of wins against the visiting Providence Friars on Friday night.
Conor Mullin from Xavier High School and LaGuardia Twisters Aquatic Club has committed to swim for Iona College next fall.