The MAAC records in all 4 relays swum on day were broken.
Harvard’s men had a double dual against Rider and Bryant, coming away with victories against both and winning all but 3 events.
The U.S. Naval Academy men and women both claimed ECAC titles on the weekend.
On Friday, Molloy smashed the school and conference records by over 2 seconds in the 200 free, winning with a 1:34.84 ahead of his teammate and brother William Molloy (1:39.51).
The Marist women swept all 6 events on the final day of competition to repeat as Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) champs for 2016. Meanwhile, the Rider men lost just one event on the night to earn a repeat title of their own.
The Rider men and Marist women continue to roll toward repeat titles in the MAAC, with Zachary Molloy as well as the 400 medley relay breaking meet records for the Rider men while the Marist women won 5 of 7 events on the night.
More school records fall on day 2 of 2016 MAACs.
The men of Rider University broke the conference record in the 200 medley relay in their very first event in defense of their Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) title. Meanwhile the Marist women won two of three events in search of their own repeat championship.
Pitt women and Navy men held on to win their respective team titles at the 2015 ECAC Open Swimming and Diving Championships.
Brown University hosts the 2014 Brown Invitational.
Day 3 of the 2014 YMCA Long Course National Championships picked up right where day 2 left off, with lots,…
YMCA of the Triangle’s Olivia Ontjes broke her own YMCA National record in the 50 breast to highlight Wednesday prelims YMCA Nationals.
Olvia Ontjes from YOTA, meanwhile, skipped the 50 free to focus on the 200 breast this year, and so far the decision has paid off.
That’s the last of it. With the exception of high school swimming in California, short-course season is officially over. See who made the Daring (Baker’s) Dozen for the weekend of April 4-6, 2014.
Preliminaries of the final day at YMCA Nationals wrapped up this morning, with Meghan Small and the York YMCA girls finishing off the session with two straight top seeds including a 1-2 punch in the 200 IM.