2016 Conference USA day 4 finals recap.
The Florida International Panthers have put over 200 points between themselves and any other team in their quest to repeat as Champions at the 2016 Conference USA Championships in Atlanta.
Florida International won three events in dominating fashion to increase their lead on day two of the Conference USA Championship at Georgia Tech Aquatic Center.
The Women’s Conference USA Championship kicked off tonight at Georgia Tech Aquatic Center, where Florida International is looking to repeat after winning their first ever C-USA title in 2015.
In the women’s competition, FIU took first place in each of the 12 events.
Florida International University hosted a tri-meet in Miami, taking a loss to NC State and a close win against Kansas.
Alexa Davis broke her third Purdue record in three sessions, crushing her 200 free mark set in prelims this morning at the Boilermaker Invitational.
The Boilermakers have taken control of their home invitational after day one scoring.
Kyna Pereira (above) won the 500 and 200 free to help push FIU ahead of Illinois on day one of their two-day dual meet.
In the third and final installment of Florida International University’s Dual-a-Palooza, the Rice Owls and FIU Panthers repeated their wins in the morning, but traded opponents. . The meet features four teams (FIU, Rice, FAU, Miami-Fla) that compete simultaneously in three separate sessions. Scoring is in a straight head-to-head dual meet format.
The Panthers won 10 of the 12 events that were contested, taking their victory over in-conference rival Rice 133-90.
Yesterday afternoon saw Florida International University (FIU) come out on top at the North Florida dual meet as they faced off against North Florida and Georgia Southern. FIU, the defending Conference USA champions, finished the meet out with top honors in 11 of the 14 contested events, including both of the relays that were swum for the day.
The All Africa Games’ swimming competition saw its first victors, which included South Africa’s Cameron Van der Burgh and Myles Brown.