SDSU, after losing their winning streak to UNLV last year, is back, winning the Mountain West title with a record amount of points.
In a thrilling 200 free relay, SDSU and UNLV went head-to-head, putting up the 4th and 5th fastest times in conference history.
In a very tight 50 free A final, San Diego State’s Elizabeth Menzmer clocked a 22.38 to get her hand on the wall first.
After winning the Mountain West title in epic fashion last year, defending champions UNLV have some work to do after starting out in 6th place on night 1.
After almost two months out of the water, Wyoming defeated the Colorado School of Mines on Friday, winning 22 of 28 events.
Jack Dahlgren lowered his NCAA-leading 200 back time by .01 at the Mizzou Invite prelims in 1:40.96.
One of the best swimmers in the state of Wyoming will make the short drive across state next fall to swim at the University of Wyoming.
The Colorado State women extended its win streak over CMU and Wyoming, though the Wyoming men and women took home wins against CMU.
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.
Honoring the school’s graduating class, the University of Wyoming held a practice dedicated to the seniors, ending with a homemade slip and slide.
Mitchell Hovis, Miller Browne, Katelyn Blattner, and Hannah McLean-Leonard were selected as team captains for the Cowboys and Cowgirls’ 2020 – 2021 season.
The highlight of the Aztecs’ night came in the 50 free, where they posted a 1-2-3 finish.
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