George Mason freshman Luke Devore won the men’s 200 fly in a 1:45.83 breaking the pool, meet, conference, and George Mason school records.
The George Washington women and George Mason men continue to lead the Atlantic-10 team standings heading into the final day of competition.
St. Bonaventure’s Tjaard Krusch won the men’s 200 IM by over a second, breaking the A-10 Conference Record with the swim.
The Boston University men used a fast start to power past Fordham, 154.5-125 on Saturday, while the Rams topped the BU women 194-106.
The Fordham women improved to 2-0 on the year with a 156-85 win over Marist, while the Red Fox men defeated the Rams 144-95 on Thursday.
The Fordham swimming & diving team began its 2019-20 season on Friday night by sweeping a dual meet from Manhattan College.
The Fordham women posted a 199-85 win over Iona, while the men’s squad edged the Gaels 150-144.
Fordham picked up a 182-86 win on the women’s side and a 161-109 win for the men against Manhattan on Wednesday. Highlighting the night’s action, Fordham junior Molly Dunn qualified for the NCAA Zone Championship by winning the one-meter diving event with a career-best score of 273.15.
2018 ATLANTIC 10 CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS Wednesday, February 14 – Saturday, February 17 Spire Institute, Geneva, OH (Eastern Time Zone) Live results…
Finals on Day 1 of the Bucknell Invitational got off to a fast start this evening with a lot of exciting races.
The Bucknell Invitational kicked off this morning with the first session of prelims.
Pasadena Poly and Rio Mesa set themselves up nicely in prelims to win team titles in the CIF-Southern Section Division III finals.
Polytechnic School girls and Rio Mesa boys are in a strong position to win CIF-SS Division III titles this year.