For JMU, this championship marks its 5th consecutive ECAC title, while for Navy this is their 12th men’s title in 13 years.
The Niagara University women’s swimming and diving won its first MAAC title in program history. In 2020, the Niagara women placed 7th.
Rider’s Lucas Racevicius will be a driving force as the team looks to win a 10th straight Men’s MAAC title this weekend.
Towson would go on to win the men’s 400 medley relay as well.
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
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.
14-Year-Old J.T. Ewing of The Fish came in second in 2:05.32.
The swim took roughly 4 seconds off her previous mark, and qualified her for the Olympic Trials next Summer.
Skirboll won the first event of the meet, the women’s 200 IM, clocking a 2:19.15 to break 2:20 for the first time in her career.
The Fairfield women and Rider men wrapped up the final day of the 2019 MAAC Championships with team victories.
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.
Dare Rose of Scarlet Aquatics won three gold medals on the final night of Buffalo Sectionals.
The first night of competition featured the women’s 800 free and men’s 1500 free.
Empire Swimming’s 13 member team (above) based out of Westchester County, NY won both the women’s and combined team titles at 2017 Futures in Geneva, OH.