The 2019 Horizon League Championships kicked off tonight at the IUPUI Natatorium, with the 5-time defending men’s and women’s champions Oakland sweeping all 4 relays tonight.
Freshmen Taylor Bailey and Colton Phelps had a strong showing Saturday against Cleveland State as the duo tallied three first place finishes apiece en route to a pair of victories over the Vikings for the men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams.
The Green Bay men toppled Oakland 164.5 to 135.5, marking the first time the Oakland men’s team has been beat in a Horizon League dual meet since joining the conference in 2013.
Oakland’s men and and women claimed thier 5th consecutive Horizon League titles, and their 40th and 24th consecutive conference titles.
Oakland won 25 of 32 events en route to winning both the men’s and women’s meets.
Michigan State senior Racheal Bukoski broke the MSU pool record in the 50 on Senior Day.
Grace Shinske recorded four first place finishes for the second-straight weekend, while Joe Smith swept the men’s diving competition as the Golden Grizzlies men’s and women’s swimming and diving team defeated Wayne State 187-110, 182-114 respectively Friday night from Matthaei Center Natatorium.
Jeremiah Morren has been named Horizon League Male Swimmer of the Week and Joe Smith earned Horizon League Male Diver of the Week…
INDIANAPOLIS — Tuomas Kiviluoma earned Horizon League Male Swimmer of the Week, Patricia Aschan was tabbed female swimmer of the week and Joe Smith was named male…
Senior Diver Maria Zarka helped lead Division III powerhouse Kenyon College to victory this weekend with two event wins as they faced off against Division I teams Cincinnati and Oakland.
Oakland swimming and diving head coach Pete Hovland announced Tuesday the addition of 13 student-athletes during the fall signing period.