We should be in for plenty of fast swimming at the Richmond location of the U.S. Open, thanks to a good mix of college stars and age group standouts.
The alumni are already approaching $1 million in pledged donations, and they’re hoping that a rap produced by a swimmer will bring even more attention to their efforts.
Sophomore Missy Cundiff was one of the record breakers as she set a new Pool Record and Dual Meet Record in the 50 free for W&M.
The William & Mary men rallied to beat Towson on the road, 154-134, while the Tiger women outdid the Tribe 169-125 on Saturday.
The East Carolina men posted a 176-101 win over William & Mary, while the women’s team notched a 173.5-99.5 victory over the Tribe.
The Johns Hopkins women won the final three events of the meet to come from behind to beat host William & Mary, 135-127, while the Tribe men won 152-110.
The William & Mary women compiled a 204-46 win over VMI in the final dual meet of the regular season, while the men notched a convincing win over the Keydets, 193-66 on Senior Day.
The William & Mary women’s swimming team bounced back with a road defeat of Davidson, 181-81, while the men got back in the win column in a big way blasting the Tribe 187-83.
SNOW’s Collin Hughes, Hannah Carter, Stuart Pliuskaitis, Sally Burkley, and Luay Hilmi (pictured L-to-R above), and Thomas Moore and Missy Cundiff (not pictured), are swimming at NCAA teams in the fall.
William & Mary Director of Swimming Matt Crispino ’02 announced the addition of seven women to the Tribe roster today, who will join W&M ahead of the 2018-19 season.