Story Links YPSILANTI, Mich. ( ) - Looking for its first Mid-American Conference title since 2007, the Eastern Michigan University women's swimming and diving team heads to Athens, Ohio for the MAC Championships this week, Feb. The four-day event is hosted by Ohio University, and will take place inside the Ohio University Aquatic Center. At last year's conference meet, Eastern won three events thanks to a trio to Eagles. Then-sophomores (Dayton, Ohio-Centerville) and (Galesburg, Ill.-Galesburg) posted first-place finishes in the 1650 freestyle and 100 breaststroke, respectively, while Alexis Mitcheltree won the 100 backstroke. Swartz leads Eastern long distance as she owns an unblemished record in 1000 free this season, while placing in the top-three in the 500 free every meet. Swartz holds the second fastest 1650 free time in the conference, just one hundredth of a second behind a Buffalo swimmer. Senior (Canton, Mich.-Plymouth) has the ninth-fastest time in the conference currently, while freshman (Oswego, Ill.-Oswego) is also expected to compete in the event as she sits 15th in the conference.
EMU's backstroke group is anchored by a pair of sophomores in the form of (Grosse Pointe Farms, Much.-Grosse Pointe South) and (East Setauket, N.Y.-Ward Melville). Currently Young owns the third best 100 back time in the conference, while Gavigan is currently ranked eighth. In the 200 back, she is slotted ninth in the conference with Young at 12th. Juniors (Dubrovacka, Split, Croatia) and (Rosh Haarin, Israel-Begin) both have the ability to nab big points for the Eagles. Behind the efforts of reigning event champion Duncan, the Eagles are poised for another excellent showing in the breaststrok. The Galesburg, Ill. Native currently owns the fourth and fifth fastest times MAC times in the 100 and 200 breast, respectively and is still the current EMU record holder in the 100 breast.
In the butterfly, Eastern will rely on swims from junior (St. Albert, Alberta) and Liberman. Liberman boasts the conference's 17th-fastest time in the 100 fly this season, while Desnoyers' 200 fly mark ranks 16th. The Green and White looks to Jones and Swartz in the 400 IM as both are represented in the MAC's top-20 times. Jones sits at 16th this season, while Swartz has turned in the 19th-fastest conference time.
On the springboard, EMU Head Diving Coach 's group is set up for a strong showing. Fueled behind the outstanding performances by sophomore (Washington, Mich.-Romeo), the Eagles are prepped to score major points. Tsafantakis owns the best scores in the 1-meter and 3-meter this season for the Green and White at 302.47 and 322.65, respectively.
NEWMAC Swimming and Diving Championship Conference Call. January 30, 2006. Swim Coaches, Friday at 9:30 AM for both men and women. FAYETTEVILLE, Ark.- The Arkansas swimming and diving team earned a No. 23 preseason ranking, as announced by CSCAA Wednesday afternoon. The ranking is the first time the Hogs have cracked the. 'Welcome to My House.' The Ashland University men's and women's swimming team produced an impressive winter break video in January, incorporating the hit track by FloRida.The Eagles now try to produce something else, a collective winning effort at the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference swimming and diving championships in Waterford Township, Mich.
Setting the Eagles apart from the rest of the MAC is their depth. In addition to Tsafantakis, Eastern has seniors (Fraser, Mich.Fraser), (Monroe, Mich.-Monroe), and (Farmington Hills, Mich.-Harrison), and juniors (Holland, Mich.) and (Clinton, Mich.). The 2018 MAC Championships begins Wednesday night, Feb.
21 at 6:30 p.m. The first session of the four-day meet will comprise of two relays - the 200 medley and 800 freestyle.
ATHENS, Ohio – The Ohio swimming and diving team ended the 2018 Mid-American Conference Championships in seventh place with a total of 253 points scored. The 2017-18 MAC Champion, Akron, earned a total of 827.5 points over throughout the week.
At the end of the championships, was named First Team All-MAC and was named to the Second Team. Swimming Events The final session of the fourth day was kicked off with the 1650-yard freestyle where freshman (Birdsboro, Pa.) qualified for the finals with a preliminary time of 16:51.07. In the finals, the freshman posted a 16:53.67 time to place eighth overall. In the 100 free, Ohio sophomore (Smock, Pa.) recorded a preliminary time of 50.51 to earn a spot in the B finals where she finished 12 th overall with a time of 50.64.
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Junior (Green Bay, Wis.) qualified in the same event for the A finals with a preliminary time of 50.37 where she posted a final time of 50.11 to place fifth overall. Bobcat junior (Concord, Calif.) swam a 200 breaststroke preliminary time of 2:21.10 to qualify for the B finals where she recorded a time of 2:21.25 to place 15 th overall. Worksheet functions pdf. In the preliminary round of the 200-yard butterfly, freshman Sam Glass (Villa Hills, Ky.) posted a time of 2:02.54 to qualify for the B finals.
In the final round, the freshman posted a time of 2:01.98 to secure 10 th place. The final evening of competition finished with the 400-yard freestyle relay where the Bobcat team of Zimcosky, junior (Waxhaw, N.C.), junior (Lexington, Ky.), and Van Lanen posted a 3:24.20 time to place sixth overall. 2018 Mid-American Conference Final 1.
Akron: 827.5 2. Eastern Michigan: 590.5 3. Buffalo: 573 4. Miami: 516 5. Bowling Green: 333 6.
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Toledo: 254 7. Ball State: 158 #BleedGreen.