Five Houston swimmers and ten from the American Athletic Conference lead all projected mid-major invitees for women’s NCAAs.
That knocked over 4 seconds off the FGCU school record, CCSA Championship Record, and CCSA Conference Record of 2:11.51 that was set by Katie Armitage in 2016
Florida Gulf Coast’s Petra Halmai repeated as champion in the 100 breast, this time tying the CCSA Record and Meet Record.
The Eagles are just one of two teams to have swept the CCSA weekly honors this season, having done so twice already.
Claire McGinnis swept the distance races, while Sydney Knapp won the 100 and 200 free as Miami dominated the visiting FGCU Eagles.
Junior Petra Halmai and freshman Reese Wakefield swept the Coastal Collegiate Sports Association weekly awards for FGCU swimming & diving.
The FGCU swimming and diving team continued its hot start to the 2019-20 season, earning a decisive 172-121 victory over Vanderbilt on Friday night.
For the first time since 2015, FGCU has started off its season 4-0, picking up wins over Campbell and host Georgia Southern on Saturday.
The FGCU swimming and diving team picked up a pair of wins on Friday afternoon, defeating host North Florida and Campbell.
The blue team emerged victorious from the FGCU swimming & diving team’s annual Green and Blue scrimmage on Friday evening at the FGCU Aquatics Complex.
Breaststroker Emily Merton of Episcopal AmberJax has verbally committed to FGCU for 2020-21.
The Florida frosh did the most to improve his NCAA qualifying chances of any swimmer on day 1 of the Florida Last Chance meet.
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,…