The Richmond women and the George Washington men won the 2021 Atlantic-10 titles on Saturday, both winning by 100-plus point margins.
Yesterday night, the Richmond women and the George Washington (GWU) men built substantial leads at the 2021 Atlantic-10 Championships.
Davidson won the lion’s share of events, claiming two individual wins and one relay victory, while Richmond has been propelled by their depth.
Shelby Stanley split a 23.48 fly on Davidson’s winning 200 medley relay then split 1:48.44 on their winning 800 free relay.
St. Bonaventure’s Tjaard Krusch won the men’s 200 IM by over a second, breaking the A-10 Conference Record with the swim.
Jordan Mintz put together a sweep of the breaststroke races for the Gardner-Webb men. He dominated the 100 breast as the only man under 58.
The University of Richmond swimming and diving team took its second win in as many days with a 164-131 defeat of Davidson.
The Davidson women topped George Mason 165.5-95.5 while the Patriot men boast a 130-56 lead over the Wildcats at the Richmond Duals.
The Queens University of Charlotte women began its national title defense, winning nine races against Division I Davidson, Georgia Southern and UNC Asheville.
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