University of Hawaii senior Phoebe Hines repeats as the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Women’s Swimmer of the Year.
Looking back at four years, three NCAA meets and one set of NCAA psych sheets, we re-score the 2016 recruiting classes by school.
Hawaii’s Olli Kokko swam a lifetime best 51.71 from the B final. He should be safely qualified for NCAAs, as he’s now the 9th fastest man in the NCAA.
Phoebe Hines won the 1650 free as the Hawaii women came from behind to take the MPSF team title. The Hawaii men held their lead through day four.
Hawaii’s men and women took the 200 medley relay, but UCSB’s men and women found the wall first in the 800 free relay at the MPSF Champs last night.
Phoebe Hines returns to lead Hawaii as they look to defend their men’s and women’s MPSF conference championships in swimming & diving.
McHugh clocked a 51.95 breast leg on Minnesota’s 400 medley relay, along with a 52.60 in the 100 and a 1:55.56 in the 200.
Wisconsin’s women and Drury’s full team competed with Hawaii last night, with the Badgers winning against both teams and Hawaii prevailing over Drury.
The Arizona Swimming and Diving team took care of business this weekend while both the men and women swept Denver and Hawaii.
After some near-misses for NCAA qualifying at the MPSF Championships, Hawaii earned 2 new individual and 1 new relay qualifier on Saturday in Athens.
Logan Hotchkiss split 1:33.78 on the end of the Gauchos’ record-breaking 800 free relay.
Within a day of breaking 47 for the first time ever, Texas A&M freshman Shaine Casas broke 46 in the 100 back, leading an impressive night for the Aggie men at the Art Adamson Invite.
Bobo sliced over three seconds from his previous best.
It’s Aggie Nation, and the hosts Texas A&M look to dominate their own mid-season invite this week.
Louisville’s Alina Kendzior was on the 100 back bubble with a 52.48 from ACCs, but dropped down to a 52.16 at the TN Last Chance Meet to secure her spot further. She went on to score at NCAAs with a sub-52 performance.