Kansas won in convincing fashion, topping South Dakota 261-87 and Missouri State 244-101 inside Robinson Natatorium on Friday and Saturday.
On Wednesday, the Kansas Jayhawks earned their 6th-consecutive dual meet victory. The meet, which was hosted by William Jewell College, was swum in short course meters.
The Liberty University Flames lead the Kansas University Jayhawks 96-90 after day one of their two-day dual meet.
For the second year in a row, the College Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) is hosting an open water event that will serve as the qualifier for the 2018 USA Swimming 5K Open Water Championships.
The pre-Big 12 Championships time trial session produced a couple of noteworthy swims today, chief among them a 51.15 from senior Will Licon in the 100 breast.
The women of the University of Texas have had incredible success this year which should carry through to an easy Big 12 title.
The Jayhawk women improved to 3-0 on the season, as they secured the home meet victory over the Horned Frogs with a final score of 190-108.
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Despite a huge diving performance by Iowa State’s Elyse Brouillette, the University of Kansas posted the highest score at this weekend’s two-day dual.
The women of the University of Kansas posted their 40th consecutive event win in the Robinson Natatorium yesterday en route to a victory versus the University of Nebraska Omaha.
The University of Miami beat out both the University of Kansas and Rutgers in today’s double dual in their brand new aquatic facility. The KU Jayhawks took down Rutgers.
Eight total events, including seven home competitions will give fans a glimpse of a promising Kansas swimming and diving squad and several Olympic hopefuls during the 2015-16 season.
Fast meets all over the country produced fast swims for age-groupers everywhere. Take a look at our AgonSwim Weekly Wonders for the weekend of July 17-19, 2015.
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