IM’er and breaststroker Cael McLaren has committed to swim for D1 Davidson College beginning fall 2020.
Old Dominion University swimming defeated Davidson on both the men’s and women’s side. The women won 177-117, while the men won 157.5-136.5.
The Georgetown University swimming & diving team swept its third-consecutive dual meet on Saturday as the Hoyas won at Davidson.
The University of Richmond swimming and diving team took its second win in as many days with a 164-131 defeat of Davidson.
The George Mason men completed a two-day dual against Davidson with a 257-148 victory over the Wildcats. The Patriots won 18 events on the day.
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 Davidson men turned in two 1-2-3 finishes and won 11 of 16 events Friday evening in a 185-114 victory at Virginia Military Institute.
The Royals won 11 events en route to a dominating performance against the Wildcats. Queens won the meet 153-65 behind Dmytro Sydorchenko.
The Davidson women’s swimming team won eight of 14 events, while Crossan Cooper swam to first in two events for the men as both teams bested Old Dominion on Saturday.
The Davidson women’s swimming & diving team opened their 2018-19 season against Queens University Saturday afternoon at Cannon Pool, falling 195-67.
Queens, which has won four straight NCAA Division II National Championships, claimed a season-opening meet with the Davidson men 166-96.
“This is overdue recognition for Amy. She is an outstanding coach, and everyone associated with our team knows how important she is to our program,” said Davidson head coach John Young.