The Lady Flames are being hotly contested by FGCU through the first of the three days of racing.
Emmy Gallion has committed to Liberty University and will join the team in the fall of 2021. Gallion will join the Flames class of 2025.
Mary-Ashlynne Gordon has committed to swim for the Liberty University Flames beginning in fall 2021. She will be joining the school’s class of 2025.
That knocked over 4 seconds off the FGCU school record, CCSA Championship Record, and CCSA Conference Record of 2:11.51 that was set by Katie Armitage in 2016
Florida Gulf Coast’s Petra Halmai repeated as champion in the 100 breast, this time tying the CCSA Record and Meet Record.
The defending champion Liberty women have pushed ahead of Florida Gulf Coast after day 2 of the 2020 CCSA Championships.
The reigning champion Incarnate Word men kicked off the 2020 CCSA Championships with a new Meet Record in the 800 free relay.
While the Liberty women are the defending champions after earning their 2nd title in program history, FGCU is the favorite this year to return to the top.
Liberty will compete in its first home meet of the season this weekend, hosting CCSA opponent UNC Asheville on Friday and Saturday.
Liberty (2-1) swimmers will compete at Campbell on Friday, while the divers participating in a tri-meet hosted by UNCW in Wilmington, N.C., Saturday.
Liberty wrapped up its season-opening trip to Pennsylvania with a 152-109 victory over Saint Francis (Pa.) at Stokes Natatorium on Saturday.
Liberty will compete in a tri-meet at Penn State on Friday, taking on the Nittany Lions and St. Bonaventure, and swim at Saint Francis (Pa.) on Saturday.
SwimMAC Carolina’s Chloe Harris has verbally committed to swim for Liberty University in 2020-21.
Breaststroker Jamyson Robb, a USA Swimming Scholastic All-American with Canton City Schools, has verbally committed to Liberty University’s class of 2024.
The Liberty swimming & diving team will host the Liberty Last Chance Meet for the second year in a row, to give swimmers and divers a chance to improve on their national seeding in advance of next week’s selections to the 2019 NCAA Division I Women’s Swimming & Diving Championships.