The Golden Grizzlies won 5 of the 10 events on Day 2, including both relays, and saw a total of 19 individual A final appearances.
Oakland’s men and and women claimed thier 5th consecutive Horizon League titles, and their 40th and 24th consecutive conference titles.
Brie Hines won her 4th Horizon League title in the women’s 500 free in a row.
Oakland won 3 out of 4 relays, but the women are still in 3rd place due to their diving gap.
Oakland won 25 of 32 events en route to winning both the men’s and women’s meets.
Michigan State senior Racheal Bukoski broke the MSU pool record in the 50 on Senior Day.
2017 MICHIGAN D3 BOYS CHAMPIONSHIPS When: March 10-11, 2017 Where: Holland Aquatic Center, MI Full results The boys from Cranbrook…
Oakland swimming and diving head coach Pete Hovland announced Tuesday the addition of nine student-athletes during the fall signing period. The men’s…
Tarek Aboelthana of Alexandria, Egypt has committed to swim for Oakland University beginning in the fall of 2017.
Mack Flowers (pictured below), from St. Albert in Alberta, Canada, and Rudy Aguilar from Waterford, Michigan, have both given verbal commitments to swim for Oakland University next fall.