Villanova women’s team captured their seventh straight Big East Swimming and Diving conference title over the past weekend
The Villanova women won three individual events on the final night en route to claiming their seventh straight Big East title with 882 points.
The Villanova women swept the 100 breaststroke on Friday night as the Wildcats holds a 61-point advantage heading into the final day of competition.
Georgetown junior Riley Fujioka dove flawlessly en route to placing first in the women’s one meter event on day one.
The Georgetown University swimming & diving team swept its third-consecutive dual meet on Saturday as the Hoyas won at Davidson.
Georgetown won 22 of 26 events, cruising to a sweep of American University on Friday evening at American’s Reeves Aquatic Center.
The Georgetown University swimming & diving team opened the 2019-20 season on Thursday evening, coming away with an impressive sweep of visiting Towson.
The Villanova women were hot – taking gold in every event on Thursday and extending their team lead, while the Georgetown men swiped the lead from Villanova with consistent success from their swimmers on Day 2 of the Big East Championships.
George Washington men’s swimming and diving finished out a season sweep of District foes Saturday by claiming a pair of wins Saturday at McCarthy Pool.
The Georgetown men came away with a convincing 178-120 victory over the Wildcats, while Villanova women won the dual 196-103.
The Palo Alto High School girls and Gunn High School boys successfully defended their respective SCVAL-DAD titles at this year’s championship meet in the Gunn High School pool on April 29, 2016.