Cassidy Lima’s current 50 freestyle time would’ve ranked her as the 2nd fastest performer on the team last year, only behind CAA Champion Evan Arsenault.
JMU kicked things off by going 1-2 in the mile, with 2020 champion Julianna Jones defending her title with a 16:39.17.
Trying to end a James Madison streak, the William & Mary women won the first two relays and snagged one of three individual events to open the meet.
The 2021 Colonial Athletic Association Champs will kick-off a string of mid-major conference meets rescheduled due to the pandemic.
The Campbell Camel women dealt the UNCW Seahawks a narrow loss in the first meet under new UNCW head coach Bobby Guntoro.
Versatile Hannalee Ellison has elected to stay in-state for her college career, committing to joing the UNC Wilmington team in the fall.
Choosing to remain in-state, Genny Hauser of the Marlins of Raleigh has announced her commitment to join UNC-Wilmington in the fall.
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.
The East Carolina swimming and diving teams swept a dual meet from rival UNCW at Minges Natatorium Friday. The men won 199-96, while the women won 192-102.
The UNC Wilmington men topped visiting Old Dominion, 226.5-71.5, while the ODU women picked up a 169.5-130.5 win on Saturday.
The Tennessee swimming and diving team swept UNC Wilmington at the Seahawk Natatorium in the men’s and women’s competition Friday to open the regular season.
UNCW’s women’s team defended its Patriot Invitational title for the fourth straight season as the Seahawks rallied in the 400 Freestyle Relay for the win and give the Seahawks a sweep of the meet as the men rolled to an impressive win on Saturday at the McKay Natatorium.
Ryan Coetzee was one of nine Tennessee men to pickup an individual win against UNC-Wilmington.
Arsenault is already within hundredths of conference meet scoring range in the 50 free.