UNLV bested both Hawaii and Wyoming, while Hawaii downed Wyoming in their meet.
Denver brought only 7 male swimmers to the meet as a result of COVID-19 safety protocols within the team. Wyoming’s Max Young (above) swam two lifetime bests.
Honoring the school’s graduating class, the University of Wyoming held a practice dedicated to the seniors, ending with a homemade slip and slide.
Mitchell Hovis, Miller Browne, Katelyn Blattner, and Hannah McLean-Leonard were selected as team captains for the Cowboys and Cowgirls’ 2020 – 2021 season.
The Cougars went into the 2nd day of competition lagging behind Wyoming, but managed to pass the hosts up on day two, winning 7 of the 10 events.
The Wyoming swimming squads were in action Friday taking on the Colorado School of Mines. The men’s won 111.5-93.5 while the women earned a 133-72 victory.
Both the Cowboy and Cowgirl swimming and diving teams earned their first conference victories of the season Friday night in Laramie, besting Air Force.
Boise State swimming and diving opened the season with a commanding victory over the Wyoming Cowgirls 186-108 Friday afternoon.
Fountaine, who came into her collegiate career with a personal best of 1:52.46 in the 200 free, won the 200 free with a 1:49.27.
Wyoming women’s swimming and diving opened up the dual season with a 155-145 victory over the Northern Colorado Bears on Thursday afternoon.
Mark Nikolaev and Ida Schutt each won 3 individual events.
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