Oakland’s Marko Khotynetski and Susan LaGrand complete the sweep and pick up the Horizon League Swimmer of the Week awards.
Youngstown State’s Aleksa Radenovic and Oakland’s Susan LaGrand earned Horizon League Men’s and Women’s Swimmer of the Week honors, respectively.
On Sunday, Penn’s Matt Fallon, a 2020 U.S. Olympic Trials finalist, swam a 1:50.28 in the 200 breast. That is the fastest time in the NCAA so far this season.
With one day of racing remaining at the 2022 Zippy Invite, the Akron women and and Penn men continue to lead the team scores.
Oakland’s Susan LaGrand took down the program record in the 200 IM in a 1:57.33, while the men broke the 400 medley relay record with a 3:09.70.
While Michigan had athletes competing at the SMU Classic, the rest of the Wolverines traveled to face off against Horizon League powerhouse Oakland.
Both the Oakland men and women captured the Horizon League title. The four men combined for 186 points and the two women for 110.
2020 US Tokyo Olympian and recent Stanford graduate Brooke Forde is one of sixteen swimmers and divers among the conference finalists.
LaGrand qualified 15th for the NCAA ‘B’ final of the 200 backstroke in 2021, ultimately finishing in 16th place. She also competed in 2022 NCAAs.
26 swimmers from 21 programs across 12 mid major conferences qualified for the 2022 Women’s DI NCAAs.
The Ohio State Buckeyes got three more swimmers into NCAAs, including a swimmer who wasn’t on their scoring roster at Big Tens, on Saturday.
The Oakland Golden Grizzlies have won their 9th-consecutive men’s and women’s Horizon League Titles, tying the conference record for titles.
IUPUI freshman Logan Kelly won the men’s 100 breast in 52.43, just off the 52.38 he swam in prelims.
Susan LaGrand, an Oakland senior and 2021 NCAA Championships qualifier, won the women’s 200 IM in 1:58.20.
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.