For JMU, this championship marks its 5th consecutive ECAC title, while for Navy this is their 12th men’s title in 13 years.
Jess Pryne, a transfer from LSU, swam the fastest time in the CAA this season in the 400 IM after being blocked from racing at the conference championships.
The Niagara University women’s swimming and diving won its first MAAC title in program history. In 2020, the Niagara women placed 7th.
After night three of the MAAC Championships, the Niagara women have pulled ahead of defending champions Fairfield, heading into the final day of competition.
Niagara University won the 200 freestyle relay (1:34.04), in a meet record time. The previous record was 1:34.08 set by Rider back in 2009.
The Fairfield University Women’s Swimming & Diving team finished day one of the MAAC Championships in first place, ahead of Niagara University by 7 points.
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.
Her time tonight ranks 19th in the NCAA this season, guaranteeing Metzler an invite to NCAAs this season.
Morgan Hansen broke the MAAC Record twice in the 100 fly. She first set the mark at 54.97 in prelims before lowering it to a 54.65 to repeat as champion.
The Rider women opened the 2020 MAAC Championships with a new MAAC Record, taking down the 200 medley relay record by over a second.
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.
Louisville commit Paige Hetrick of Bradford took the first individual event of the night, the women’s 200 back, in a time of 2:14.42.