Three Black Bears – Juliana McDonald, PhilAnn Dixon and Ben Sturgis – along with Binghamton’s Alex Brion earned weekly awards for America East Swimming and Diving.
The University of New Hampshire swimming & diving team placed 1-2-3 in eight events and won 10 of 16 events overall to defeat the University of Maine, 186-112, in Friday evening’s regular-season finale at Stanley M. Wallace Pool.
The Bates men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams both took first place for the fourth time in as many years Saturday at the conclusion of the Maine State Meet, with dominating performances from both squads.
Maine’s Juliana McDonald and New Hampshire’s Allison Stefanelli were named America East swimmer and diver of the week.
Eight different Catamounts won nine events as Vermont (3-2, 1-1 AE) took a 168-129 win over the Maine Black Bears (0-4, 0-1 AE) Saturday afternoon in Orono, Maine.
Follow the University of Maine Black Bears on their training trip to Florida, from the airport to pool deck to…
Dalton Sousa of Carver, Massachusetts has committed to swim for the University of Maine, class of 2022.
Andrew Plese of Richardson, Texas verbally committed to swim at the University of Maine beginning in 2017-18.
From beach to ocean, and from pool deck to jungle to putting green, the University of Maine Black Bears did…
Emma Pontius (Maine) and Eric Delmonte (Virginia Tech) sign their National Letters of Intent.