Day 3 finals at 2019 NCAA Division II Women’s Championships.
Day 3 prelims at 2019 NCAA Division II Women’s Championships.
Queens University of Charlotte absolutely destroyed the NCAA Division II and championship meet records in the 400 medley relay.
Rachel Massaro, Shelly Prayson, Georgia DaCruz, and Kyrie Dobson of Queens combined to swam a 1:38.58 on Day 1 of the 2019 NCAA Division II Championships, breaking the meet record.
Vladyslava Maznytska (54.62), Shelly Prayson (1:00.79), Georgia DaCruz (53.57), and Polina Lapshina (48.40) combined for a time of 3:37.38 to win the 400 medley relay with a new Bluegrass Mountain Conference and NCAA Division II record.
Marius Kusch split 19.83 on the Queens 200 medley relay on Day 1 at Bluegrass Mountain Conference Championships.
Max St. George took wins in both backstrokes as one of Duke’s top performers.
Rutgers swimming and diving continued their multiple day lead over their competition for the win at the Rutgers Invitational, including a school and pool record in the 200 backstroke by Vera Koprivova and a pool record in the 200 butterfly by Francesca Stoppa.
The Queens University of Charlotte women’s swimming team claimed first place overall in a field of 14 teams at this weekend’s Sheraton/Le Meridien Fall Frenzy. The Queens men’s swimming team claimed first place overall in a field of 12 teams.
The Davidson women’s swimming & diving team opened their 2018-19 season against Queens University Saturday afternoon at Cannon Pool, falling 195-67.
2018 NCAA Division II Men’s Swimming and Diving Championships Dates: Wednesday, March 14 – Saturday, March 17 Swimming: prelims 10am,…
The Queens University of Charlotte women’s swimming team took first place in a dual meet with Emory University in the team’s second meet of the season on Saturday morning.
The Queens University of Charlotte men’s swimming opened the 2017-18 season with 10 wins in what proved to be a challenging meet against Davidson College on Saturday morning.
Patri Castro Ortega lowered her own NCAA Division II record in the 200 free to 1:44.44 leading off Queens University of Charlotte’s 800 free relay on Day One of the BMC Championships.