Urbana University - Swimming Announces Schedule
The meet concluded Saturday with the Lexington sophomore walking away from her home pool with three GMAC records, including the Our mission includes continuously improving the programs we offer to ensure that they meet or exceed the expectations of member families and swimmers. The Blue Knights are slated to host seven home meets at the UU UU will compete in the GMAC/MEC Swimming Championships on Feb.
Third year varsity swimmer Stephanie Papadedes was on the podium with a bronze medal in the m obstacle swim.
For the men, the varsity swimmers had numerous podium finishes. David Nowicki was third overall in the senior division and was on the podium with a silver medal in the m tow with fins.
Notre Dame College Athletics
Evan Van Moerkerke had two podium finishes with bronze in the m manikin carry with fins and the m obstacle swim in the open category In the m super lifesaver event, varsity swimmer Ben Sayles was second while Derek Quick, varsity swimming alumni and lifeguard, was close behind in third. In the m manikin relay, the Guelph team of lifeguards John Carey and Quick and varsity swimmers Carroll and Van Moerkerke finished second.
In the m obstacle relay, two teams were on the podium. The m medley relay team Quick, Sayles, Vranic and Nowicki were silver medalists. University of Guelph aquatic supervisor Beth Fisher competed in the masters championship, finishing 5th in both the 50m manikin carry with fins and 50m obstacle swim.
Women's Swimming and Diving Schedule - Notre Dame College Athletics
Varsity swimming head coach Don Burton has also been head coach of Canada's Lifesaving team competing at international events since Lauren Blanchard received the bronze by finishing with a time of In an extremely close race, Trent Williams tied for second in the men's yard free with a time of Emma Barnes was the champion in the women's yard backstroke with a B-cut standard time of 2: The Oilers also won bronze, with Sarah Miles finishing at 2: The men's yard backstroke saw another gold medal for the Oilers, with Trae Gulgin winning at a time of 1: Hanna Cederholm finished second in the women's yard breaststroke at 2: The men also grabbed the silver in the yard breast, with Park Bull finishing at a time of 2: In the last event of the conference championships, the Findlay women won the yard freestyle relay with a 3: Their time set the new school record and barely missed the B-cut provisional standard.
The men finished their week with a silver medal finish in the yard freestyle relay, with the team composed of Rath, Conner WhitakerMark Billeaudand Nathan Bourne. After the completion of the events, a number of Oilers received conference awards for their efforts. Women's diver of the meet was awarded to Hannah May.