Wednesday, February 17, 2016

MW Swimming & Diving Team Standings

1.  Nevada 129, though well below projections
2.  Boise State 91
3.  San Diego State 86
4.  San Jose State 72
5.  UNLV 64
6.  Colorado State 56
7.  Wyoming 51
8.  Air Force 48
9.  Fresno State 38
10.  New Mexico 24

Boise State with #7 time in the nation in 800 Freestyle Relay

Boise State has qualified for the "A" race in the NCAA National Championships with a 7:04.60 in setting a school and Mountain West Conference record.

Broncos Win 200 Yard Medley Relay in Blistering Time

Boise State won the first event of the MW Swimming & Diving Championships in College Station, Texas with a red-hot time of 1:37.63, just 3/100ths off the all-time conference record.

Second Session of the MW Swimming & Diving Championships is 15 minutes away

One-Meter Consolations Conclude

As usual, the MW concludes their video without giving the scores, but our best attempt to copy them down indicates that Boise State did better than projected.  Kacee Olson improved to 10th, while Karli Kriewall (below) was 14th and Cassidy Bose took 16th.

Unofficially, that's 14 points for the Broncos when they were projected to score 4, a plus 10 going into the finals tonight.

Preliminary Diving Standings

Mountain West Swimming & Diving Championships Underway

The first event is qualifying for the one-meter diving.  Unofficially, it looks like Boise State will not place anyone in the final.