Lynn University's women's swimming saw plenty of success in their return to the pool on Thursday. The women sit in first place with a 14-point lead over second-place Savannah College of Art and Design.
Lynn University women’s swimming took to the pool against Keiser on Saturday morning and won 10 of the 16 events to gain the victory over the Seahawks.
Lynn University’s women’s swimming team won its second consecutive dual meet on Saturday afternoon, defeating Florida Tech 153-108 at home.
Karolina Smylek and Ewa Osiniak combined for seven event victories, including one relay win, in Lynn University women’s swimming’s first victory of the 2019-20 season as the Fighting Knights downed Rollins 146-116 on Saturday afternoon.
The women’s swimming team hosted its first swim meet of the season against Nova Southeastern on Friday afternoon.
Lynn University’s women’s swimming team earned the first CSCAA/TYR Top-25 preseason national ranking in program history, as announced on Wednesday.