In their first season as an NCAA Division I program, Queens (NC) won the men’s team title convincingly, beating out runner-up Tennessee by 112 points.
UNLV’s men’s team finished with a score of 838 to extend their winning streak at the Western Athletic Conference Championships to three years.
The Georgetown men narrowly defended their Big East title, while the Villanova women secured their tenth-straight team title.
Edwards graduated from Grand Canyon University after a strong 2021-2022 season. She would have been UConn’s fastest 200 backstroker last year by 1.5 seconds.
Criscione will join her sister, Francesca, who swims for NAU, in the WAC. Criscione has the opportunity to be one of, if not the, top distance swimmer at GCU.
Northern Arizona women earned their 9th consecutive WAC title tonight after Casey Craffey won the 1650 and Maddy Rey won her 3rd individual event of the meet
UNLV men had to chase down Air Force’s 800 free relay after AFA’s Zhang led-off with a WAC record time of 1:33.39. UNLV took control in the last half to win.
CBU honored their seniors on Sunday, and the men won their meet against GCU 183.5-115.5. The women lost their meet, 163.5-132.5.
Grand Canyon’s Jack Armstrong set a new school record in the men’s 50 free and contributed on two winning relays to open the Miami Invite.
BYU freshman Tyler Edlefsen won a pair of events, coming within tenths of a lifetime best in the 200 fly as he helped the Cougars to victory over GCU.
Madeline Vindiola, a junior at Klein High School, has committed to Grand Canyon University. Vindiola specializes in distance freestyle, IM, and backstroke.
The New Mexico State swimming and diving team took down Western Athletic Conference foe Grand Canyon, 176-109, on Senior Day.