For the 21st consecutive season, the Emory University Men's Swimming & Diving team were crowned University Athletic Association Champions as the four-day conference meet concluded Saturday night in Chicago, IL.
Senior Kevin Van Cleave won a University Athletic Association (UAA) Swimming & Diving Championship event title for the third straight night and senior Brandon Lum won an event title for the fourth consecutive year as the No. 6-ranked WashU men finished second overall.
On the final day of the 2019 University Athletic Association Swimming & Diving Championships, the University of Chicago men's swimming and diving squad moved into third place in the overall standings.
The Carnegie Mellon University men's swimming and diving team finished fourth at the 2019 University Athletic Association (UAA) Swimming and Diving Championships hosted by the University of Chicago.
The New York University men's swimming & diving team finished in fifth place at the University Athletic Association Championships, which were held Wednesday-Saturday, February 13-16, at the University of Chicago in Chicago, IL.
The Case Western Reserve University men's swimming and diving team placed sixth at the 2019 University Athletic Association Championships in Chicago, Illinois on Saturday.
Going the distance is a phrase that usually means carrying out a task or challenge to the end. In this case, however, going the distance is an excellent way to describe Rochester's efforts in the 1,650-yard freestyle at the University Athletic Association Swimming and Diving Championships.
The Brandeis University men's swimming and diving team concluded the 2019 University Athletic Association championships today.
With six more conference championships on Friday, the Emory University Men's Swimming and Diving program has extended to a comfortable lead of 335.5 points heading into the final day of competition.
During the third day of the University Athletic Association (UAA) Championships the Washington University in St. Louis swimming & diving teams combined for seven all-UAA finishes Friday evening including senior Kevin Van Cleave's second event title of the week.