as informed in MIDDLETOWN, Conn. – Williams College won its 15th consecutive – and 16th overall – NESCAC Men’s Swimming & Diving Championship Sunday night at the Wesleyan Natatorium on the campus of Wesleyan University.
In the 100 free, Theodore Pender of Bates recorded a NCAA ‘B’ qualifying time of 44.83 to win the event.
Andrew Trunsky of Williams took home the 1650-yard freestyle with a NCAA ‘B’ cut time of 15:44.05, while five others recorded NCAA ‘B’ cut marks.
Seven swimmers claimed NCAA ‘B’ qualifying times in the 200 fly as James McElduff of Tufts took home the crown in 1:49.39.
Ali Pourmaleki of Wesleyan finished second in 1:50.06, George Tilneac of Conn. College took third in 1:50.27 and Stephen Skaperdas of Conn. College placed fourth in 1:50.67.
as informed in Michigan Wins 2017 Big Ten Women’s Swimming & Diving ChampionshipsWolverines capture their second consecutive titleWEST LAFAYETTE, Ind.
– Michigan claimed the 2017 Big Ten Women’s Swimming & Diving Championship Saturday at the Boilermaker Aquatic Center on the campus of Purdue University.
Indiana’s Lilly King was named Swimmer of the Championships, while Minnesota’s Yu Zhou was tabbed Diver of the Championships.
Minnesota finished fourth with 1,086 points, while Ohio State recorded 837 points to finish fifth.
Michigan collected 14 top-three finishes and compiled 1,287 total points throughout the four-day event.
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Swimming & Diving take home first conference championship ever
Swimming & Diving take home first conference championship everNo University of Houston swimmer or diver has ever held a first place conference trophy until last Saturday.
In the 42nd year of the program’s existence, Houston’s swimming and diving team won the American Athletic Conference Championship.
The first was in the 200-yard medley relay with a team of sophomore Eleanna Koutsouveli, Kondis, Laderoute and junior Cait Horner.
In the final event of the championship, Brown, Laderoute, Yuskova and Horner replaced Houston’s record in the 400-yard freestyle relay with a time of 3:20.71.
In the 400-yard medley relay, the team of Laderoute, Kondis, junior Sharo Rodriguez and Yuskova broke the program’s record time of 1:45.82.
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