Clark, a Northeastern senior, has been named the Colonial Athletic Association Women’s Swimmer of the Year for the second time in her career.
The final day of competition at the 2020 CAA Championships saw the JMU women come away with their 3rd-straight title, and the W&M men win their 6th in a row.
Colin Wright became only the 4th mid-major swimmer to break 19 seconds in the 50 free, and the W&M picked up a NCAA provisional cut in the 200 free relay.
The Northeastern women overcame a five-point deficit vs. New Hampshire, with a winning effort in the 400 freestyle relay, clinching a 152-148 victory.
Opening its 2019-20 season with a Colonial Athletic Association dual meet, James Madison swimming & diving defeated Northeastern, 184-116.
Northeastern finished in first place in 10 of 16 events en route to a 171.5-128.5 victory over Vermont in the season opener.
Akron seems to be leading this charge of Mid-Major programs, having qualified 3 individual swimmers and 4 out of 5 relays to the meet.
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The W&M men extended their lead on the second night of the 2019 CAA Championships, while JMU and W&M women continued to duel it out.
The first day of the 2019 CAA Championships featured conference records, come from behind victories, a 20.2 fly split, and the W&M men taking their 9th-straight title in the 800 free relay.
In their third straight win this season, the Northeastern swimming and diving team’s 147-90 defeat over Central Connecticut State was highlighted by nine first-place finishes.
The Seton Hall men won nine different events and went 1-2-3 in the 100 fly, while the Towson women won 13 events en route to a victory.
After trailing for the majority of the meet, the Columbia women’s swimming and diving team rallied for victories in the final two events to earn a come-from-behind victory over the Northeastern Huskies, 156-144, at the Uris Natatorium on Saturday afternoon.
For the first time in program history, a Northeastern Husky is the Colonial Athletic Association Women’s Swimmer of the Year.