Rice senior Alicia Caldwell won two individual events and swam on a winning relay to help pace the Owls’ swim team to a 136-100 Conference USA victory over visiting North Texas Friday evening at the Competition Pool.
The Texas A&M Aggie women culminated their regular season with a win over in-state opponent Rice Owls.
Meet Stats Complete results Hosted by Rice November 4-5, 2016 Score Rice 389, Houston 240, U.S. Air Force Academy 186…
Rice Owls win first of two meets on the road this weekend.
Kathleen Baker, Caitlin Casazza, Elsa Welshofer, and Lauren Rhodes combined to break the last two 17-18 yards National Age Group relay records, giving SwimMAC Carolina perfect 10-for-10.
The girls from SwimMAC Carolina have taken down another National Age Group Relay Record, with this one coming on Friday…
The pictures a bit blury, but they’re all there: the 8 swimmers who broke National Age Group Records for SwimMAC Carolina on Thursday night in Charlotte.
PASA’s Ally Howe, a Stanford commit, has been sharp at this meet. She comes into the girls’ 200 backstroke as the #2 overall seed.
Thanks to an outstanding leadoff from Kathleen Baker, SwimMAC broke the National Age Group Record in the 200 yard medley relay.
Doing what he does: Michael Andrew broke 3 NAG records in the span of 4 events on night two of Junior Nationals.
Kylie Stewart is the top seed in 3 of the 5 women’s individual events: the 400 IM, the 200 free and the 100 back.
Lauren Rhodes has decided to stay in-state and commit to the Wolfpack.
SwimMAC Carolina earns this week’s honor as their NAG Record stood out among a slew of them. (Photo Courtesy: John Fedena)
Lauren Rhodes, Maria Sheridan, Meija Roses, and Faith Johnson, seen here with their SwimMAC Coaches, broke a NAG Record that was only two weeks old. (Photo: David Marsh)
Olivia Barker out of Nevada had a much better prelims swim in the 200 fly than she did in the 100 on Friday. (Photo Courtesy: ©Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)