The Washington University swimming and diving team put on an impressive performance in their home dual meet on Saturday against DePauw University, beating the Tigers by a combined score of 317-200, as the men’s and women’s teams both won their competitions with scores of 155-94 and 162-106, respectively.
The Washington University men’s swimming and diving team completed their highest finish in team history at the NCAA Championships in Greensboro, NC, finishing in fifth place overall. The women, meanwhile finished in 14th. Collectively, both teams finished with 11 All-Americans, along with 13 All-American Honorable Mentions.
The Washington University swimming and diving team competed in the UAA Championship this weekend. Many individual Bears swam to top finishes over the four-day competition as the men and women’s teams placed second and fourth, respectively.
Seniors on the Washington University swimming and diving team swam at their last home meet on Saturday. The Bears defeated No. 25 Wabash College 172.5-107.5, but fell 156-142 to Division I Illinois State.
It was a productive weekend for the Washington University swimming and diving teams as they competed in the Denison Invitational. The men’s team placed third in their competition, while the women’s team placed fifth.
The Washington University swimming and diving teams beat Division I Saint Louis University Friday at the I.E. Millstone Pool, the No. 6 men dominating with 11 of 12 first place finishes and the No. 11 women edging out the Billikens, 114-110, with an eight-point swing in the final event.
Six different Washington University sports teams saw action this weekend. Here’s what you may have missed.
The team now only has one more preparation meet before the UAA championships.
Men’s soccer took on a conference foe, the golf team traveled to Ohio and while fall WILD was taking place in Brookings, swimming and diving and volleyball both hosted competitions.
The Washington University men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams kicked off its postseason this weekend, traveling to Chicago for the University Athletic Association Swimming and Diving Championships. The men matched their conference result from last year, finishing second, while the women dropped three spots, to fifth place overall.
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