The Miami RedHawks pulled off a victory on the road in a tight dual meet with the Cincinnati Bearcats on Wednesday night.
The Ohio State Buckeyes picked up their 2nd home dual meet victory of the weekend after taking down the Miami (OH) RedHawks on Saturday.
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Stellar diving highlighted the meet as Purdue hosted Miami (Ohio) in its men’s and women’s season-opener.
Akron extend their lead on day 2 of the Mid American Conference.
The Miami University (OH) women’s team took the win in their dual against Cincinnati, while the Cincinnati men took down Miami.
Emily Fogle was a standout performer for the Boilermakers.
Miami University seniors were able to celebrate their special day with a win over visiting University of Toledo Rockets.
Miami University’s men’s swimming and diving returns to Oxford for its first home meet of 2015 against Buffalo on Friday at noon in the Nixon Aquatic Center.
The sophomore earned three wins on Saturday.
The Ohio State Buckeye women got a win in their first intercollegiate dual of the season, coming within a single win of sweeping the Miami Redhawks.
The RedHawk women are coming off an action-packed weekend, losing the season opener to Purdue, 199-94, on Friday, then bouncing back to dominate Xavier, 145-102, on Saturday. Miami is looking to extend its record to 2-1 on the season, after winning every event against Xavier.
Stephanie LeMire and Garrett Nevels were named the athletes of the week by the Mid-American Conference.
The Miami women went 14-for-14 against Xavier on Saturday night.