The UNC men and women swept their season-opener dual meet against Queens of Charlotte, winning with identical scores of 188-69.
McKendree University’s Xander Skinner has been named CoSIDA’s DII At-Large All-American of the Year, the first in the school’s history.
Drury and Indy are gunning for Queens, who are seeking their seventh consecutive NCAA Division II men’s title in Greensboro.
Queens earned another 2 A cuts in the final day of the BMC Championships as both the men’s and women’s won their eighth straight BMC title.
Queens University of Charlotte, the 5x defending NCAA Division II national champions, lead in both the women’s and men’s Swimulator rankings mid-2021-22.
In fact, Queens won every event on day 1 of the meet, going 1-2 in many cases.
South Carolina cruised to the win on the women’s side, while the fight on the men’s side was much closer for the Gamecocks.
Lilly Higgs won the 100 breast and was runner-up in the 200 breast during North Carolina’s win over Division II powerhouse Queens University of Charlotte.
The 2021 NCAA Division II Men’s Swimming and Diving Championships get underway Wednesday, March 17 in Birmingham, Alabama.
The Queens University women won 17 of 19 events as Queens nabbed its 7th-straight Bluegrass Mountain Conference titles for both women and men.
CoSIDA has announced their men’s and women’s Athletic All-America teams, with the men’s featuring 11 aquatic athletes and the women’s having 15.
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The 2020 NCAA Division II Swimming and Diving Championships kick off this morning in Geneva, Ohio.
Reece Gallagher of McCallie School and McCallie / GPS Aquatics has committed to swim for Queens University of Charlotte next year.