NAIA Swim & Dive Championships Begin in Knoxville

The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) will host the 2020 Swimming and Diving National Championships this week beginning on Wednesday, March 4. The annual event (64th for men, 40th for women) will be held in Knoxville, Tennessee at the Allan Jones Aquatic Center on the campus of the University of Tennessee. The four-day event will conclude on Saturday, March 7.

Midland University’s men’s and women’s teams will both compete for a shot at a national championship, while numerous individuals will also compete for a shot at being a national champion.

Competing individuals and teams for Midland Include:

Individuals – Men

Jake Bell – So. – 50 FR, 100 BK, 100 FR

Scott Cain – So. – 50 FR, 200 FR, 100 FR

JD Gagner – Fr. – 400 IM, 100 FLY

Gabe Martinez – So. – 50 FR, 100 FLY, 200 FLY

Caleb Miller – Fr. – 500 FR, 400 IM, 1650 FR

Tyler Penney – Fr. – 200 IM, 100 BR, 1650 FR

Michael Richmond – Fr. – 500 FR, 200 FR, 200 BK

Hayden Robbins – So. – 50 FR, 200 FR, 100 FR

Timothy Thies – Jr. – 200 FR, 100 BK, 200 BK

Team – Men

800 Meter Freestyle Relay

200 Meter Freestyle Relay

400 Meter Medley Relay

200 Meter Medley Relay

400 Meter Freestyle Relay

Individuals – Women

Allyse Bell – Fr. – 200 BR

Abby Bruck – So. – 50 FR, 200 FR, 100 FR

Kadisyn Kircher – So. – 500 FR, 200 FR, 200 BK

Gracie Lefholz – Fr. – 200 IM

Maya Price – Fr. – 100 BK, 100 FR

Nerissa Wagner – So. – 50 FR, 100 BK, 200 BK

Anna Windedahl – Fr. – Relays only

Team – Women

800 Meter Freestyle Relay

200 Meter Freestyle Relay

400 Meter Medley Relay

200 Meter Medley Relay

400 Meter Freestyle Relay

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