Wheaton Invitational

Bears swim to third, fifth place finishes at competitive Denison Invitational

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.

Dorian DeBose | Senior Sports Editor

Swimming and diving completes fall season with Miami, Wheaton Invitationals

The Washington University swimming and diving team competed in its last meet of 2016 this weekend, participating in both the Wheaton Invitational in Wheaton, Ill. and the Miami Invitational in Oxford, Ohio.

Jon Lewis | Contributing Reporter

Swimming wins 2 team titles at Wheaton Invitational

The Washington University swimming teams coasted to a pair of victories at the Wheaton Invitational over the weekend, with two individuals and two relay teams setting new school records at the meet.

| Senior Editor

Swimming sweeps Wheaton Invite for third straight year

For the third consecutive year, both the Washington University men’s and women’s swimming teams took first place in the Wheaton Invitational on Friday and Saturday in Wheaton, Ill.

| Senior Sports Editor

Swimming posts five school records at two-day Wheaton Invitational

Freshman Michael Lagieski took home two first-place finishes and beat his own school record in the 100-yard breaststroke to place an exclamation mark on a weekend featuring dominant individual performances by the Washington University swimming-and-diving teams at the Wheaton Invitational. Lagieski swam to a record time of 56.

Gad Choi | Contributing Reporter

Women’s swimming first, men second at Wheaton Invitational

The Washington University men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams ended the fall semester on a high note. Travelling to Illinois for the Wheaton Invitational, the tenth-ranked women’s team finished first of five teams, topping the second place and ninth-ranked Wisconsin-Stevens Point by 14 points. The sixth-ranked men’s team finished second of five teams, falling short of seventeenth-ranked Wisconsin-Stevens Point by 197.5 points.

| Sports Reporter

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