The Bryant swimming and diving programs celebrated the 2018-19 season at their annual banquet. The year saw the women’s team captured its second-straight Northeast Conference title and the men posted a second-place finish at the MAAC Championships, its highest in program history.
The Fairfield women and Rider men wrapped up the final day of the 2019 MAAC Championships with team victories.
The Fairfield rode a young team to a MAAC Championship last year. They still have a young team this year, and not much has changed after day 1 of the 2019 championship.
The Bryant University women’s swimming and diving team picked up a 191-109 victory over Marist on Senior Day at the Chace Athletic Center Pool. The Red Foxes spoiled the day for the Bulldog men 164-136.
The Cornell men topped Bryant 158-84 on Friday, while the women edged out the Bulldogs 131-111.
Continuing its dominant season, the Boston University men’s swimming & diving team trounced Bryant, 167-130, while the women continued their late-season dominance in dual meets as it came away with a 174.5-118.8 win
Gompei Invitational Nov. 30 – Dec. 2, 2018 Results Bryant 5269.5; Rowan 4370.5; WPI 4323; Stevens 3605; Bentley 3200.5 Courtesy:…
For the first time in program history, Rhode Island extended its streak to 6-0 after winning the 23rd Annual Harold Anderson Invitational Sunday afternoon. On the men’s side, Providence College finished in first place.
Powered by 10 season-best swims and a great effort from the divers, the Bryant University men’s swimming and diving team took down Iona on Saturday afternoon by a 168-126.