Loyola’s Lily Mead (left) earned victories in the 100 breast, 200 breast, 200 IM, 200 free relay, 200 medley relay, 400 free relay, and 400 medley relay.
Fordham won both the men’s and women’s meets on Wednesday, with Ainhoa Martin and Spencer Clarke leading the teams with double individual event wins.
Iona College won both the men’s and women’s meets against Pace, winning almost all 28 events against the Division II team.
Iona traveled to Providence College Friday afternoon and came away with a pair of wins, as well as nine new school records.
The Bryant women’s swimming and diving team earned a decisive 222-72 victory over Iona, while the men won 175-119 as FuKang Wong set two pool records.
The Fordham women posted a 199-85 win over Iona, while the men’s squad edged the Gaels 150-144.
Iona College Swimming & Diving Head Coach Nick Cavataro and Vice President of Athletics Administration Rick Cole Jr. have announced…
Bruno is in his fourth year with the Iona College swimming & diving programs.
Iona College men’s and women’s swimming and diving head coach Nick Cavataro announced his Class of 2019. Nine (five women, four men) student-athletes will join the program for the 2015- 16 season.
Coach Cavataro is in his 34th season as head coach of the Gaels. His wildly successful tenure at Iona College has been highlighted by leading swimmers to NCAA-qualifying swims, numerous conference championships, and Senior National swims.
Iona College Head Coach Nick Cavataro: “Bradley has a strong background in technique and mechanics and will provide excellent guidance for this team to reach its maximum potential.”