The Liberty swimming & diving team will host the Liberty Last Chance Meet for the second year in a row, to give swimmers and divers a chance to improve on their national seeding in advance of next week’s selections to the 2019 NCAA Division I Women’s Swimming & Diving Championships.
Incarnate Word and Liberty are your new CCSA champions. Here’s how it happened in numbers.
After the dust of a long and stressful week of timing malfunctions settled, the CCSA crowned 2 champions on Saturday night.
COASTAL COLLEGIATE SWIMMING ASSOCIATION (CCSA) – MEN AND WOMEN Wednesday, February 20 – Saturday, February 23 Liberty Natatorium, Liberty University,…
Liberty will split its swimming and diving squads this Saturday, with the swimmers competing at UNC Asheville and the divers participating in a meet at Georgia Southern.
The Liberty swimming & diving team will ring in the New Year in Fort Myers, Fla., for the ninth straight year, competing in the FGCU Duals on Saturday at 11 a.m. at FGCU Aquatics Complex.
The Navy women’s swimming team won the five-team Liberty Invitational in Lynchburg, Va. The Mids accrued over 2,700 points to outdistance the field by 900 points.
Liberty will host an in-season swimming & diving invitational for the first time in program history, hosting the Liberty Invitational, Friday through Sunday at Liberty Natatorium.
Liberty will host BYU for the first time in any team sport, as the Liberty swimming & diving team hosts the All-American Celebration Meet, Friday and Saturday at the Liberty Natatorium.
Boise YMCA’s Eva Suggs has verbally committed to swim for Liberty University next fall.
#8-seed Liz Li will not swim the 100 free on the final day of the 2018 NCAA D1 Women’s Championships.
FGCU won its 4th straight CCSA women’s team title.
FGCU’s Tina Elmgreen sped to a new program record 1:55.55, shaving several tenths off of her previous best and old school record 1:56.24.
Liberty completed a season sweep of Marshall, defeating the Thundering Herd, 177-123, Saturday at Marshall’s Frederick A. Fitch Natatorium.
Liberty downed Campbell, 237-94, in the two-day Central Virginia Duals, which wrapped up on Saturday at the new Liberty Natatorium.