UNLV beat out Nevada in a thrilling meet for the Mountain West title. Here’s how it happened in numbers. All of the numbers
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.
The UNLV Rebel men and women wrapped up two days of competition by defeating both pared-down Arizona Wildcat squads at home.
The hosts UNLV Rebels took nine of the sixteen events on the first day of competition against the visiting Arizona Wildcats.
The UNLV Rebels rolled past Grand Canyon last Saturday for a regular season finale in Las Vegas.
The UNLV men and women swept Cal Baptist Saturday at the Lancer Aquatic Center. The Rebel women won 220 to 80, while the Rebel men won 168.5 to 125.5.
The UNLV men and women’s swim team wrapped up its home opener weekend with a dual meet sweep against CSU Bakersfield on Saturday.
Oregon State ended their home season with a 159.5-96.5 win over the University of Idaho Vandals in front of an Osborn Aquatic Center packed with the Beaver faithful.
Oregon State defeated Seattle U 135-63 and Southwest Oregon Community College 135-54 in the DAM Cancer meet beating 15 career best times along the way