After reclaiming the MAC title in 2022, the Akron women are set to be dominant yet again as they aim for their 9th title in 10 years.
Thursday night’s action featured the 200 free relay, 500 free, 200 IM, 50 free, 400 medley relay, women’s 3-meter diving and men’s 1-meter diving.
The Miami women defeated Eastern Michigan on Friday, winning 10 out of 16 events. They turned around the next day to compete against Kenyon.
Grand Canyon’s Jack Armstrong set a new school record in the men’s 50 free and contributed on two winning relays to open the Miami Invite.
The Akron Zips defeated the Miami Redhawks 190-110, the third of three times the Zips have defeated the Redhawks since 2017.
Julia Waechter joins a strong Miami sprint program amongst a large recruitment class of 12 athletes in the class of 2026.
A two-time NISCA All-American, Saldanha will join the Miami University Redhawks as a part of their freshman class in the fall of 2022.
The Zips lead Buffalo by an ultra-slim 12 points margin with one day to go, marking the toughest fight Akron has had since they began the win streak in 2014.
At the second meet of Ball State’s weekend, Alex Bader hit a lifetime best in the 100 breast to become the second-fastest in the team’s history.
She also won the 200 free by 3 seconds, clocking a 1:48.66, splitting 27.37, 27.75, and 27.83 respectively on the final 3 50s.
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