ATLANTA, Ga. – Jacklyn VandePoel and Emilie Petit led Old Dominion with fifth place finishes on the final day of the Conference USA Championships on Saturday night in Atlanta. ODU finished in sixth place overall.
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VandePoel Leads ODU on Day Two of C-USA Championships
ATLANTA, Ga. – Old Dominion University women's swimming and diving finished in fifth place in the 800 freestyle relay Wednesday night at the Conference USA Championships and the Monarchs are tied for fifth after day one in Atlanta. ODU completed the relay in a time of 7:29.51. The Monarchs took sixth in the 200 medley relay in a time of 1:47.37. The C-USA Championships continue tomorrow with the prelims at 10:30 a.m. and the finals at 6 p.m. Fans can watch on ESPN+ by clicking here.
Women's Swimming and Diving Heads to Conference USA Championships
Swimming and Diving Takes Third at CCSA Championships
LYNCHBURG, Va. - Filip Svedberg finished in second place in the 100 butterfly to lead Old Dominion into third place at the CCSA Championships after the third day of competition at Liberty University. The final day begins tomorrow at 10 a.m. with prelims with finals starting at 6 p.m.
LYNCHBURG, Va. – Noah Wilkins finished in fourth place in the 50 freestyle at the CCSA Championships to lead Old Dominion University men's swimming and diving on day two of the championships. Wilkins notched a time of 20.59 in the finals, just .01 out of third place. The ODU 200 freestyle relay team of Filip Svedberg, Connor Davis, Wilkins and Parker Harp finished in third with a time of 1:21.95, just .03 out of second place. Filip Svedberg took home fifth place in the 200 IM with a time of 1:49.91.
LYNCHBURG, VA. - Old Dominion University men's swimming and diving is in third place after the first day of the CCSA Championships at Liberty University. ODU finished in fourth place in the first event of the day, the 800 freestyle relay. The team of Hugo Eriksson, Nick Wukovits, Gus Maxwell and Connor Davis finished in a time of 6:47.03. Hunter Clinton and Luke Perez took eighth and ninth, respectively, in the 3-meter dive. In the final event of the evening, the Monarchs took third in the 200 medley relay. The squad of Noah Wilkins, Wukovits, Filip Svedberg and Parker Harp landed a time of 1:29.41.
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