26 swimmers from 21 programs across 12 mid major conferences qualified for the 2022 Women’s DI NCAAs.
The Akron Zips are officially back kn top in the MAC, reclaiming the conference crown after a dominant day 4 performance.
Akron got out to the start they wanted in their effort to reclaim the MAC title, winning both relays on night one of the meet last night in Bowling Green.
Akron senior Sarah Watson will help the Zips in their pursuit of reclaiming the MAC title after falling seven points shy in 2021 to Buffalo.
Chris Guiliano set a personal best and pool record while leading off the 200 freestyle relay touching in a time of 19.60.
Villanova women’s team captured their seventh straight Big East Swimming and Diving conference title over the past weekend
The Zips head into the final day of the meet holding a 74 point advantage over Buffalo.
Nogaj clocked a 1:19.67 to win the 150 free, splitting 25.47, 27.65, and 26.55 respectively.
The only women’s event Akron didn’t win was the 1650 free, where Cincinnati’s Rocky Laabs swam a 16:37.96.
Much like the first day of compeition, members of Akron’s relays went on to win individual events.
Demler’s first attempts at the 1000 free and 200 free came this season in at 3rd and 6th respectively in the Big Ten this year.
The Akron swimming and diving team notched 11 first place finishes in a 200-102 victory over Toledo in Mid-American Conference action on Friday.
The Akron women defended their home pool and captured the crown after two days of competition at the second annual Akron Zips Classic.
That time stands as Nogaj’s fastest dual meet performance in her NCAA career.
In a 12-event meet at Akron, the Gold team topped team Blue by a score of 120-102 to take the intrasquad crown led by Paulina Nogaj.