Monmouth’s Callan Smith blew away the MAAC Record in the 200 back by over a second, out-swimming 2019 champion and former record holder Matthew Mays of Bryant
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.
Freshman Matt Lequang won the 500 free, posting his first best time in the event since 2018. His winning time of 4:25.94 was a best by a second and a half.
The Rider women opened the 2020 MAAC Championships with a new MAAC Record, taking down the 200 medley relay record by over a second.
Fairport Area Swim Team’s Serafina Viola has announced her verbal commitment to Fairfield University for 2020-21.
In a meet that wasn’t decided until the final race of the day, the Providence women narrowly defeated Fairfield, 151-149. The Stag men won 154-137.
Fairfield men’s swimming and diving picked up 195-93 win over Holy Cross, while the Crusader women claimed a 166-134 victory.
The Fairfield women outscored Monmouth 189-105, while the men’s team was edged by the Hawks 154.5-133.5 on Saturday at the RecPlex Pool.
The UMass women’s swimming and diving team won 13 events in a 195-102 victory over Fairfield, while the men won 15 events on their way to a 200-92 win.
Five women’s programs and three men’s programs battled at the Fairfield Invitational with the Fairfield men and Central Connecticut State women winning.
The Fairfield women and Rider men wrapped up the final day of the 2019 MAAC Championships with team victories.
The Bryant men got meet records in the 100 fly and the 400 medley relay, but the Rider men, as well as the Fairfield women, still lead with one day to go.
The Fairfield sophomore women continued to build on last year’s success, sweeping the individual events on the 2nd day of the 2019 MAAC Championships.
The Fairfield rode a young team to a MAAC Championship last year. They still have a young team this year, and not much has changed after day 1 of the 2019 championship.
Joe Rodriguez won both the 50 and 100 freestyle and was part of two winning relays as Coast Guard won a four team meet at Wesleyan. Fairfield women’s swimming and diving defeated Connecticut College, Coast Guard and Wesleyan University to win the Wesleyan Invitational.