The George Washington men (pictured) have been absolutely dominant during the 2022 A-10 Championships, winning 13 out of 17 contested swim events.
George Mason won their first women’s relay conference title when they won the 400 medley relay Friday night in a conference record time of 3:37.99.
Ali Tyler, already an A-10 record holder in the 200 back and 400 IM, broke the 50 free record in a time that would have gotten her an NCAA invite last season.
After the conclusion of day one of of the A-10 Conference Championships, both the George Washington men and women have the early lead.
GW sophomore Djurde Matic is among the swimmers projected to lead the Colonial men to a fifth-straight A10 Championship title.
GW took on Washington opponent Georgetown on Saturday, winning both the men’s and women’s meets, their last meets before the Virginia Invite.
Spartans Aquatic Club’s Preston Lin, a Summer Juniors qualifier in the 100 breast, has verbally committed to George Washington for 2022-23.
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.
Marek Osina won the 200 IM in conference-record fashion, going 1:45.18 ahead of teammate and former record-holder Emils Pone’s 1:45.43.
George Mason freshman Luke Devore won the men’s 200 fly in a 1:45.83 breaking the pool, meet, conference, and George Mason school records.
GW won the first event of the meet, the women’s 200 medley relay.
The Virginia Tech men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams opened the 2019-20 season in decisive fashion, defeating George Washington on both sides.
The Virginia Tech men and women defeated George Washington on both sides. Tech’s men claimed a 203-87 win while the women topped the Colonials 208-87.