Patricia Castro-Ortega and Dion Dreesens of Queens University of Charlotte and Joel Ax of SCAD Savannah earned Bluegrass Mountain Conference Swimmer of the Year honors for 2016-17.
Patri Castro Ortega and Dion Dreesens of Queens won Swimmer of the Meet awards at the conclusion of 2016 NCAA Division II Championships.
Division II Men’s and Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships March 9-12, 2016 IUPUI Natatorium, Indianapolis, Indiana Prelims 10:30 AM, Finals…
Queens had a very strong morning and now seems to have a lock on repeating as team champions in both the women’s and men’s meets at 2016 NCAA Division II Championships.
Queens University of Charlotte is poised to repeat as both women’s and men’s 2016 NCAA Division II champions.
Patri Castro Ortega of Queens won her third title and set her third NCAA Division II record with 4:39.28 in the 500 free.
NCAA record-holder Anton Lobanov of Nova Southeastern qualified second in the men’s 100 breast on Day Three.
Dion Dreesens destroyed the NCAA Division II record in the men’s 200 free on Day Two.
Defending champion and NCAA record-holder Armony Dumur of Wingate is looking to defend her title on Day Two of the 2016 NCAA Division II Championships.
Gianni Ferrero of Grand Valley State, coming off a silver-medal performance in the 200 IM last night, was the top qualifier in the men’s 100 fly on Day Two of the 2016 NCAA Division II Championships.
Queens University of Charlotte is hoping to extend its streak to two consecutive men’s team titles, but Lindenwood should provide a strong challenge at the 2016 NCAA DII Championships in Indianapolis on March 9-12.
Andrew Greenhalgh of Johns Hopkins won a decisive victory in the 1650 free on the final day of the Bluegrass Mountain Conference Championships.
Armony Dumur of Wingate set the meet and conference records for the 100 fly in prelims with 53.54.
The freestylers of NC State were out in full force at the All-North Carolina Invite, as the Wolfpack opened its season with two dominating wins.
While most of the eyes of swimming fandom were locked on Santa Clara this weekend for the finale of the Arena Pro Swim Series, a number of high-profile athletes chose to stay closer to home for various local meets.