The East Carolina and Cincinnati men battled closely, with ECU winning an exciting match up by single digit points. Houston extended their women’s streak.
The Cincinnati men will battle for their 3rd-straight title this week at the 2020 American Athletic Conference Championships.
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 East Carolina men and women’s swimming and diving teams dominated a tri-meet with Catawba and Lenoir-Rhyne on Saturday.
The Houston women more than doubled their lead on Day 3 of the AAC Championships, winning three events, while East Carolina won five of the six events on the men’s side, but Cincinnati still boasts the overall lead.
A short session didn’t produce much difference in the team scores, as the Houston women took a small lead on Day 1 of the American Athletic Conference Championships, while the East Carolina and Cincinnati men are essentially tied.
The 2019 American Athletic Conference Swimming and Diving Championships will head to Indianapolis, Indiana, for the first time in conference history, as the IUPUI Natatorium will serve as the home of the league’s sixth title meet from Wednesday, Feb. 27-Saturday, March 2.
The American Athletic Conference has announced the winners of the league’s men’s and women’s swimming and diving honors for the week: ECU’s Jacek Aretnewicz, SMU’s Andrea Podmanikova and Houston’s Katie Deineiger.
Sophie Lindner was a standout performer in North Carolina’s decisive win over East Carolina.
An error in the entries for the Men’s NCAA Championship earned Grand Canyon extra entries to the meet.
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