Seattle University women's swimming wrapped up action at the Husky Invitational Sunday. Three Redhawks put up all-time top-10 times for SU.
Bryn Lasher of Seattle University women's swimming set a school record in the 100 butterfly at the Husky Invite Saturday.
Seattle University women's swimming opened action at the 69th Annual Husky Invitational Friday. Paige Treff's sixth-place finish in the 50 freestyle highlighted SU's day.
Seattle University women's swimming defeated Oregon State, 143-116, Saturday afternoon. The win is the first by SU over a Pac-12 team in program history.
Seattle University women's swimming fell, 132.5-126.5, to Simon Fraser Saturday. Paige Treff and Madi Lydig both won twice in the meet at the Connolly Complex.
Seattle University women's swimming defeated Loyola Marymount, 114-90, Saturday morning. The Redhawks also fell to Grand Canyon on the second day of a tri-meet at LMU.
Seattle University women's swimming fell in a tri-meet Friday, dropping scores to Grand Canyon and Loyola Marymount. Freshman Bryn Lasher won the 100 butterfly for a second straight weekend.
Freshman Bryn Lasher won two races and recorded a top-10 all-time showing as Seattle University women's swimming fell, 182-78, to Idaho in the 2017-18 season opener Saturday.
Seattle University women's swimming begins a new season on Saturday, Oct. 14, as Idaho visits the Connolly Complex. Coach Craig Nisgor opens his seventh season as SU's head coach.
Maki Moore and Trever Gray have joined the Seattle University swimming staff. The pair will serve on Craig Nisgor's staff for the 2017-18 season.
Wilma Afunugo and Blaise Wittenauer-Lee have been nominated to represent the WAC for the 2017 NCAA Woman of the Year Award. The pair is part of a group of 58 Division I student-athletes in the running.
Seattle University swimming has completed its Class of 2017, bringing its total to 10 freshmen for the upcoming campaign.