The Liberty Flames women (above) and the Incarnate Word men held their positions and wrapped up the CCSA titles on Saturday.
A 1-2-3 finish in the 200 free and a 1-2-3-4 finish in the 400 IM (above) more-than-doubled Liberty’s lead on day 2 of the CCSA Women’s Championships.
Megan Lopez from Kingwood, Texas has announced her plans to remain in-state to swim at Incarnate Word beginning in 2022-23.
Shane Casas produced another historic swim while Tanner Olson and Chloe Stepanek kept their momentum going on night 2 of the Art Adamson Invite.
This morning, Olson popped a 51.85 in the 100 breaststroke, lowering the Texas A&M school record of 52.00 and nearly hitting the NCAA ‘A’ cut time of 51.67.
Texas A&M junior Shaine Casas dominated in freestyle, backstroke, and IM in the first finals session of the 2020 Art Adamson Invite in College Station.
Texas A&M’s Shaine Casas cruised in as the top-qualifier for tonight’s final in the men’s 200 IM with a 1:42.24 to take the top seed by over three seconds.
That knocked over 4 seconds off the FGCU school record, CCSA Championship Record, and CCSA Conference Record of 2:11.51 that was set by Katie Armitage in 2016
Florida Gulf Coast’s Petra Halmai repeated as champion in the 100 breast, this time tying the CCSA Record and Meet Record.
The defending champion Liberty women have pushed ahead of Florida Gulf Coast after day 2 of the 2020 CCSA Championships.
The University of the Incarnate Word men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams topped the Southwestern University Pirates, 169-80 and 175-77 respectively.
The Incarnate Word men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams bested UA Little Rock and Ouachita Baptist University in their dual meet on Saturday.