Miami Ohio University earned a slight lead on day 1 which kept growing through day 3 when the Redhawks won the title by a substantial lead of 245 points.
Miami really poured it on in the 100 fly, sweeping the podium as they had a whopping six men into the A-final.
Miami looked great in the 200 free relay, winning by almost a full second with a 1:18.73, snapping the MAC record of 1:19.53 set by Missouri State in 2018.
A good number of defending champions are back again for this year’s meet, foreshadowing another great meet between Miami and Missouri State this week.
She also won the 200 free by 3 seconds, clocking a 1:48.66, splitting 27.37, 27.75, and 27.83 respectively on the final 3 50s.
Missouri State heads into the final day of the 2020 MAC Championships with an 80 point lead over defending champions Miami (OH).
Defending team champion Miami (OH) got the ball rolling, defending their title in the 200 medley relay, before Missouri State took the 800 free relay.
The Akron women defended their home pool and captured the crown after two days of competition at the second annual Akron Zips Classic.
Cincinnati swimming and diving was nothing but victorious on Saturday as the men’s and women’s teams beat both Miami (Ohio) and Michigan State.
Cincinnati defeated beat both Miami (OH) and Michigan State at a tri-meet in Oxford, Ohio on Saturday. MSU, in turn, downed the host Redhawks.
Kendall came into the meet at just 1:03.00. Tonight, her time comes just a couple tenths short of an Olympic Trials cut.
Missouri State made a charge early in the final day, but the Miami men held tough and put the meet away late in the 200 fly.
The Miami University Redhawks lead the men’s 2019 Middle-American Conference Champions after the conclusion of night one, over the course of which they set three new school records and an overall conference record.
The Miami University swimming and diving program dominated start to finish in a dual meet versus Xavier on Saturday afternoon on Senior Day.