The University of Hawaii women’s swimming and diving team won their third consecutive and fourth all-time MPSF team title, while the men won their first MPSF Swimming and Diving Championship.
The Rainbow Warriors top the leader boards of both the men’s meet and the women’s meet after 3 days of competition.
Hawaii women lead the team standings after 2 days of competition at 2019 MPSF Championships.
Logan Hotchkiss split 1:33.78 on the end of the Gauchos’ record-breaking 800 free relay.
Tevyn Waddell was instrumental in Minnesota’s victory over Hawaii on the women’s side.
Nelson is one of just six women to have gone under 51 seconds in this event this season, with her 50.90 from the Texas Invite ranking her 5th in the country.
Nathan Adrian will contest the men’s 50 free on day 2 of the U.S. Winter National Championships in Greensboro.
Chris Wieser, above, was the top seed in the men’s 400 free, and scratched out of Thursday’s prelims pre-session after missing the 800 free on Wednesday as well.
Bobo sliced over three seconds from his previous best.
It’s Aggie Nation, and the hosts Texas A&M look to dominate their own mid-season invite this week.
It’s the heart of long course season. Teams are training hard and loading up on their swimmers. What better time to go and see what the 4-time reigning NCAA champs are up to?
Hawaii had a remarkable 2017-18 season, highlighted by several post-season appearances at the 2018 NCAA Championships and a conference championship on the women’s side.
Auburn’s Luis Martinez (above) is one of 4 swimmers who put themselves in position to qualify for the NCAA Championships on Saturday in Athens.
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