Kohen Rankin, whose 100 breast time would have won the Patriot League title by nearly 1 second this year, will swim for Army West Point.
For JMU, this championship marks its 5th consecutive ECAC title, while for Navy this is their 12th men’s title in 13 years.
The Navy men and women also won back in 2020, but were unable to compete in 2021 since the meet was canceled due to COVID-19.
Despite Army defeating Columbia in its home meet, junior Columbia diver Jonathan Suckow set two pool records, in the 1 meter and 3 meter events.
Kalvin Hahn, a junior at Gretna High School, has verbally committed to the United States Military Academy at West Point.
Lily Mead (pictured) contributed to seven event victories for Loyola Maryland over the weekend, including a school record in the 200 backstroke (2:00.48).
UVA Freshman Gretchen Walsh took down the Cavalier pool record in the 100 fly which had previously belonged to her sister, and teammate, Alex.
The first dual meet of the 2021-2022 NCAA swimming & diving season took place yesterday, with UNC Wilmington hosting Army for a men’s and women’s meet.
Dragon Swim Team’s Evan Zhang, a Futures qualifier in the 50 free and 100 breast, will swim for Caltech next year.
Evan Yoo will head to Army West Point next fall with 100/200 breast times that would already score in the A finals at Patriot League Championships.
Tadder broke the 100 breast record by 2 seconds while McConagha broke her own 100 back record at the 2021 VHSL Class 5 State meet.
Senior Blaise Vera’s season best 50 free was one of the event wins that led Pitt to decisive victories on their men’s side by 123 points and women’s by 87.
The titles mark the 17th straight for the Navy men and the 9th straight for the Navy women.
Before Saturday’s Army-Navy football game, the Army-Navy swim meet saw a total of 6 school records broken on Thursday at Lejeune Hall.
The UConn men’s swimming and diving team ended Saturday’s meet against Army with a deadlocked 150-150 score, while the UConn women captured a 212-88 win.