After night three of the MAAC Championships, the Niagara women have pulled ahead of defending champions Fairfield, heading into the final day of competition.
Carey, along with women’s basketball player Stella Johnson, mark the first-ever Rider athletes (in either gender) to win the conference award.
Nicky Lane has committed to swim for DI Rider University. He will begin his collegiate career fall 2020 and will be joining the Broncs’ class of 2024.
Rattsev swam a 19.85, touching as the only swimmer in the field to break 20 seconds.
Monmouth’s Callan Smith blew away the MAAC Record in the 200 back by over a second, out-swimming 2019 champion and former record holder Matthew Mays of Bryant
Morgan Hansen broke the MAAC Record twice in the 100 fly. She first set the mark at 54.97 in prelims before lowering it to a 54.65 to repeat as champion.
The Rider women opened the 2020 MAAC Championships with a new MAAC Record, taking down the 200 medley relay record by over a second.
The Rider University men’s swimming and diving team defeated visiting Lehigh, 180-118, while the Lehigh women picked up a 187-106 win.
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 Fairfield rode a young team to a MAAC Championship last year. They still have a young team this year, and not much has changed after day 1 of the 2019 championship.
The Rider University men’s swimming and diving team opened the second semester of action with a 158-112 dual-meet victory against Monmouth. Meanwhile, the Bronc women bested the Hawks 178-92.
2018 MAAC MEN’S AND WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIPS Wednesday-Saturday, February 14th-17th Burt Flickinger Athletic Center , Buffalo, NY Short course yards Championship…
Rider University senior Zack Molloy (Toms River, NJ/Toms River HS North) of the men’s swimming and diving team was named the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) Men’s Swimmer of the Week as announced by the league office on Wednesday afternoon.
On Friday, Molloy smashed the school and conference records by over 2 seconds in the 200 free, winning with a 1:34.84 ahead of his teammate and brother William Molloy (1:39.51).
Men’s Swimmer of the Week Justin Carey, Rider Fr., 5’11”, Landenberg, PA/Avon Grove In a dual-meet victory against in-state rival…