Keiner was named CCSA Women’s Swimmer of the Week, while Chennault was tabbed CCSA Women’s Diver of the Week.
The Liberty swimming & diving team picked up a 203-134 win over CCSA opponent UNC Asheville in a two-day meet which wrapped up on Saturday.
Liberty will compete in its first home meet of the season this weekend, hosting CCSA opponent UNC Asheville on Friday and Saturday.
Liberty (2-1) swimmers will compete at Campbell on Friday, while the divers participating in a tri-meet hosted by UNCW in Wilmington, N.C., Saturday.
Liberty will compete in a tri-meet at Penn State on Friday, taking on the Nittany Lions and St. Bonaventure, and swim at Saint Francis (Pa.) on Saturday.
After posting a pair of record-setting scores at the Liberty Diving Invitational, Liberty freshman Lauren Chennault has been named the Coastal Collegiate Sports Association (CCSA) Women’s Diver of the Week.
Liberty will split its swimming and diving squads this Saturday, with the swimmers competing at UNC Asheville and the divers participating in a meet at Georgia Southern.
The Liberty swimming & diving team will ring in the New Year in Fort Myers, Fla., for the ninth straight year, competing in the FGCU Duals on Saturday at 11 a.m. at FGCU Aquatics Complex.
The Navy women’s swimming team won the five-team Liberty Invitational in Lynchburg, Va. The Mids accrued over 2,700 points to outdistance the field by 900 points.
Liberty will host an in-season swimming & diving invitational for the first time in program history, hosting the Liberty Invitational, Friday through Sunday at Liberty Natatorium.
After a record-setting meet at Marshall, Liberty freshman Lauren Chennault has been named CCSA Women’s Diver of the Week.
Liberty will host BYU for the first time in any team sport, as the Liberty swimming & diving team hosts the All-American Celebration Meet, Friday and Saturday at the Liberty Natatorium.
Liberty Swimming & Diving Head Coach Jake Shellenberger has announced the addition of 14 student-athletes to the Lady Flames’ swimming & diving program, including 10 swimmers and four divers