Natalie Burnett won two more events -the 100 fly and 100 back- on Friday to bring her total to three for the meet so far.
Patri Castro-Ortega of Queens demolished the BMC record in the women’s 500 free on Day Two of the conference meet.
Matt Josa (pictured) and the rest of the Queens men and women continue to gain on their Bluegrass Mountain Conference competitors, loading up on A, B, and C finalists on Day Two of the championships.
Julie Wessler of Wingate broke one of the 7 meet records that fell on Day One of the 2015 Bluegrass Mountain Conference Championships.
Carson-Newman’s Paul Ungur is top seed in the men’s 200 back at the 2015 BMC championships which begin on Wednesday, February 11, at Mecklenburg County Aquatic Center.
Elise Lankiewicz of Davidson and Queens’ Caroline Arakelian won three events each in the cross-North Carolina dual meet on Friday.
Freshman Sam McHugh won two titles and broke two pool records for Tennessee, as several professional athletes from SwimMAC made appearances at the Tennessee-Queens dual meet.
Annapolis, MD. – The 2013-14 College Swimming & Diving Honors have been announced. In all, twenty athletes, teams or coaches are being recognized for their outstanding performances during the 2013-14 collegiate swimming and diving season.
Bogdanovski of Johns Hopkins and Josa of Queens Named Bluegrass Mountain Conference Swimmers of the Year
Ana Bogdanovski (left) of Johns Hopkins University and Matt Josa of Queens University Charlotte were named 2014 Bluegrass Mountain Conference Swimmers of the Year.
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The Wingate Bulldogs’ men’s and women’s teams were both crowned 2014 Bluegrass Mountain Conference champions.
The 2014 Bluegrass Mountain Conference championship has gone back to a prelims/finals format for the remaining two days of the…
Special thanks to Michael Sanders of Limestone for adding color to SwimSwam’s coverage of the Bluegrass Mountain Conference championship. Johns…
Three individual and three relay records went down in the first session of the Bluegrass Mountain Conference championship meet in Charlotte, North Carolina.