he 8x defending men’s and women’s champions swept the relay on opening night, winning 3 of the relays decisively, and breaking a championship record.
Oakland University is well on their way to claiming the women’s team title for an 8th-straight year, entering the final day of the meet with a massive lead.
The Golden Grizzlies put themselves in position to lead the day 1 scoring by having 29 of 32 prelims swims qualify for finals.
Shinske went on to win the women’s 100 back with a 53.66, breaking the Horizon League record and winning her 3rd straight title in the event.
The 6-time defending Horizon League champion men’s and women’s Oakland Golden Grizzlies won all 4 of the relays to open up the 2020 Champs.
Oakland picked up a huge talent with the transfer of Ryan Geheb for the 2019-20 season.
The Oakland men opened the regular season with a win against Milwaukee (209-91), while the women topped Milwaukee (232-68) and Vanderbilt (176-118) Friday.
Luther first won the 200 free, turning in a 1:45.68 to win by nearly 2 seconds. Her 2nd swim, the 100 fly, was arguably even more impressive. Luther blasted a 52.27 to take down the Texas State Record.
The Missouri Tiger men will be getting a mid-season addition to their team, as Peruvian Giovanni Gustavo Lozano is set to join the team in January 2017.
In a press release, Nitro Swimming announced its 10 seniors who had committed to swim for Division I programs next year.
Nitro Swimming’s Matthew Connealy becomes the third Mizzou verbal commit from Austin, Texas.
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