he meet, which was close from day 1, turned into an absolute nail-biter tonight, with 4 lead changes in the team standings during the final session.
Two-time defending conference champions San Diego State took the lead on Day 3, although the team standings remain very tight.
UNLV is just 10 points behind heading into Day 3 of the meet, while two-time defending champions San Diego State are in 3rd, just 45 points out from first.
Defending Mountain West champions San Diego State got out to an electric start, winning both relays on the first night of competition
She dropped 2.57 seconds from her season best in the 200 breast, finishing in 2:15.75.
Now 4-0 in dual meets, the Nevada swim and dive program continues to dominate in the pool, defeating UC Davis 190-106 on Saturday afternoon.
The Nevada women continue to roll past opponents, taking a 179-102 win over Fresno State on Friday for their third straight dual meet win.
Nevada Sophomore Wiktoria Samula swept the breaststroke events.
Cholodovski Lima, the runner-up in the 50 free, went on to win both the 200 IM and 100 free decisively.
The University of Nevada, Reno vs UNLV January 15th, 2019 Reno, NV Results Team Scores (women only) Nevada 192 –…
Lindsey Soule was an event winner for the Nevada Wolfpack, which closed out the holiday training period with a strong showing in San Diego
Head Nevada swimming and diving coach Brendan Bray has signed nine student-athletes to compete for the Wolf Pack in 2018-19.
With the European Junior Championships running from July 6th-10th in Hódmezővásárhely, Hungary both the Dutch and Russian teams have been revealed…