Akron won 3 more individual events and another relay today.
The Zips head into the final day of the meet holding a 74 point advantage over Buffalo.
Nogaj clocked a 1:19.67 to win the 150 free, splitting 25.47, 27.65, and 26.55 respectively.
The only women’s event Akron didn’t win was the 1650 free, where Cincinnati’s Rocky Laabs swam a 16:37.96.
The Akron women defended their home pool and captured the crown after two days of competition at the second annual Akron Zips Classic.
That time stands as Nogaj’s fastest dual meet performance in her NCAA career.
In a 12-event meet at Akron, the Gold team topped team Blue by a score of 120-102 to take the intrasquad crown led by Paulina Nogaj.
Giovanna Cappabianca of Hudson Explorers and Hudson HEAT has verbally committed to the University of Akron for 2020-21.
Akron seems to be leading this charge of Mid-Major programs, having qualified 3 individual swimmers and 4 out of 5 relays to the meet.
Like in 2018, the Stanford women again have 18 swimmers that will earn invites to NCAAs.
Akron won its sixth straight MAC title, and the almost-300-point margin was due to their depth. Eastern Michigan had two wins on the final day, and pulled away from Buffalo to hold onto second.
Akron won three events on Day 3 on the MAC championships to all but clinch the title, but on a day where 4 MAC records fell, Delaney Duncan stole the show for Eastern Michigan swimming 58.25 in the 100 breaststroke to get well under the NCAA A cut.
The MAC Championships started with a bang as Akron swam to a meet record and an NCAA A cut in the 200 medley relay, as they took an early team lead, and look to win another MAC title.
The University of Akron swimming and diving team earned a 140-100 victory over Bowling Green in Mid-American Conference action on Thursday evening at Ocasek Natatorium.
Hungarian breaststroker Sára Bozsó signed an NLI to swim at the University of Akron beginning in the fall of 2019.