The Akron women continued their tear this weekend at the Ohio State Invite, breaking several MAC Conference Records before the conference championship meet even began.
The University of Akron swimming and diving team earned a 140-100 victory over Bowling Green in Mid-American Conference action on Thursday evening at Ocasek Natatorium.
Notre Dame hosted the annual Shamrock Invite on Friday-Saturday, January 25-26th. The meet was host to plenty of fast swimming and broken records.
Duquesne and Akron squared off in a dual meet on Saturday which featured a unique format with 17 “mystery” events being picked just moments prior to the beginning of each respective race. The Zips won 247-154.
The No. 22-ranked University of Akron Swimming and Diving team topped Ball State in a Mid-American Conference dual, Saturday afternoon at Lewellen Aquatic Center, 176-121.
The Mid-American Conference Women’s Swimming and Diving head coaches unanimously selected the Akron Zips to repeat as 2018-19 MAC champions this season.
Kylie Masse will swim the 200 back on day 4 of Canadian Pan Pac Trials.
Akron won its 5th straight MAC title, running away with 1st while there was a tight battle for 2nd between Eastern Michigan, Buffalo, and Miami.
Delaney Duncan of EMU blasted a 58.37 in the 100 breast to shatter the MAC record and earn an NCAA ‘A’ cut.
Ella Moynihan blasted a 4:42.42 to break the MAC record in the 500 free.
Sadie Fazekas broke the Akron team record with her 800 free relay lead-off split of 1:45.93.
Ella Eastin went the country’s fastest times in the 200 fly and 200 IM over the weekend for Stanford.
Notre Dame was responsible for breaking 7 of their own pool records en route to topping the field in the men’s and women’s scoring.
Paulina Nogaj went a season best time on the 200 free, as well as won the 100 fly and 200 IM.
In her 1st time racing the 200 fly and 400 IM this season, Akron’s Sadie Fazekas came away with wins in both, and a win in the 100 free.