The Villanova women won three individual events on the final night en route to claiming their seventh straight Big East title with 882 points.
The Villanova women swept the 100 breaststroke on Friday night as the Wildcats holds a 61-point advantage heading into the final day of competition.
The Seton Hall men won eight individual events in a 170-127 win over Drexel, while the Dragon women grabbed five event sweeps, topping SHU 160-139.
The Seton Hall men took both relays and won nine individual events, while the women took 11 events and the relays in wins over Monmouth and Montclair State.
The Seton Hall women’s swimming & diving team picked up a win over in-state rival Rider, 178-109, while the men won 164-129.
The Villanova women never looked back on Saturday – winning their sixth consecutive BIG EAST title. The Xavier men took the lead on Saturday trading wins with the Georgetown Hoyas and hung on for the win.
he Villanova women continued to dominate winning gold in every event and are 221 points ahead of Xavier going into the final day of competition. On the men’s side, Georgetown maintains a slim lead over Xavier.
The Seton Hall women’s swimming & diving team wrapped up its non-conference schedule on Friday with a 180-71 victory over St. Peter’s, while the men bested the Peacocks 192-91.
Gennarino Conzemius, a USA Swimming Scholastic All-American from Bethel Park, Pennsylvania, has signed a NLI with Seton Hall University for the class of 2023.
The Seton Hall women delivered a 146-93 victory at Monmouth on Thursday night, while a total of nine different Pirates won an individual race as the Pirate men delivered a dominating 147-87 victory.
The Seton Hall men won nine different events and went 1-2-3 in the 100 fly, while the Towson women won 13 events en route to a victory.
The Yale Bulldogs won a combined 28 of 32 events on their way to victories over Seton Hall in a Ivy League vs Big East Dual.
Josh Tosoni of Naval Academy Aquatic Club plans to continue his fast-paced imrovement while swimming for Seton Hall next year.