The Richmond women and the George Washington men won the 2021 Atlantic-10 titles on Saturday, both winning by 100-plus point margins.
Yesterday night, the Richmond women and the George Washington (GWU) men built substantial leads at the 2021 Atlantic-10 Championships.
The 2021 Atlantic-10 Conference Championships for men’s and women’s swimming & diving begin tomorrow in Ohio.
In the team’s first meet following their reinstatement, William and Mary’s Missy Cundiff swam a best time in the 50 freestyle, earning an NCAA B-cut.
The George Washington women and George Mason men continue to lead the Atlantic-10 team standings heading into the final day of competition.
The Duquesne swimming and diving team closed out day two of competition at the Richmond Duals with a 149-144 victory over George Mason.
The Davidson women topped George Mason 165.5-95.5 while the Patriot men boast a 130-56 lead over the Wildcats at the Richmond Duals.
The Mason men’s team won 13 events and defeated the Blue Hens 203-97, while the women’s team won two events and fell to Delaware, 204.5-75.5.
The George Mason men and the American University women took top honors at the Potomac Relay Invitational hosted by the Eagles on Friday.
Ryan Held posted an NCAA-leading 45.92 100 fly at the Ohio State Invite.
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NC State is loaded in the freestyles, with distance specialist Hannah Moore coming off a big summer.
Courtney Harnish is going to give Georgia some enticing options with NCAA scoring-worthy times in multiple events.
Anna Shumate of Bishop Ireton High School and Arlington Aquatic Club has verbally committed to North Carolina State University for 2017-18.
Miranda Donley, of the Ohio State Swim Club and Columbus School for Girls, has verbally committed to North Carolina State University.