The Denver women swept the swimming events over the course of the meet, while Denver’s men only dropped one swimming event – the 100 IM.
Sid Farber was one of the standouts of the meet. He started off the meet with an 18.87 anchor split on Denver’s 200 medley relay.
The Rice swim team completed a three-meet sweep by defeating Conference USA rival Florida International and American Athletic foe Tulane on Saturday.
Denver’s Kylie Cronin and Adriel Sanes swept the Summit League swimming awards, while South Dakota’s Seth O’Dea and Denver’s Sammy Walker earned diving nods.
The Denver men defeated Colorado Mesa as eight athletes recorded event wins, while the Pioneer women won 15 of the 16 events on Saturday.
For the sixth consecutive year the University of Denver Pioneers stood atop the podium of the Summit League Swimming and Diving Championships.
New Hampshire’s Liza Baykova broke the America East Record in the 50 free on Thursday.
Barely more than 24 hours after returning from training trip, the University of Minnesota hosted the University of Denver for their final non-conference meet of the season.
The University of Denver women’s swimming and diving team won five individual events and two relays en-route to their first dual meet victory of 2017-18, topping New Mexico on Friday afternoon at El Pomar Natatorium.
Kaitlin Harty gave the performance of the meet, as she led Beverly to two records at the 2016 Massachusetts Girls…