2018-19 MIAA Year In Review - Men's Swimming & Diving

2018-19 MIAA Year In Review - Men's Swimming & Diving

Among the highlights from the 2018-19 season:

- Albion's depth in the 200 breast and 1650 free were critical efforts for the Britons Saturday evening, as Albion surpassed Calvin for the 2019 MIAA Men's Swimming and Diving Championship. Albion outscored the Knights 912-886 for the second title in three seasons for the Brits.

- At the 2019 NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships, Calvin finished with 118 points to finish 12th overall, while Albion tied for 25th overall with 28 points; Hope scored five points for a tie for 41st. Calvin boasted five All-America swims (two individual, three relays) while Albion's Jake Burris was a two-time All-American on the diving board.

- For the second consecutive year, the MIAA Swimming and Diving Championships started with a Special Olympics Unified event. At the NCAA Championships, Albion's Jake Burris represented the MIAA on the national stage, volunteering to work with Special Olympics divers.


2018-19 MIAA Men's Swimming & Diving Season links

Year in Review (pdf)



Championship Meet Results

Event Winners (pdf)


Championship Central

Athletes of the Week