Arana-Perez Races to School RecordKnights' sophomore breaks her own Queens College record in the 100-meter butterfly, lowering her top time to 1:00.46 seconds to win the event at the Ranger Invitational.
Knights Shine At Rangers InviteThe Queens College women's swimming and diving team took second out of seven teams this past weekend at the Ranger Invitational.
WSD Picks Up Two Victories In Road Tri-MeetThe Queens College women's swimming and diving team picked up a pair of decisive victories over the College of New Rochelle and York in tri-meet action Tuesday evening. The Knights outscored CNR 87-43 and YC 106-59.
Women's Swimming And Diving Picks Up Wins Over Adelphi, BaruchThe Queens College women's swimming and diving team picked up a pair of victories during its season-opening tri-meet with Adelphi and Baruch Thursday evening. The Knights narrowly outscored the Panthers 58-54 and captured a 72-39 decision over the Bearcats.
QC Women's Swimming And Diving Volunteer With NYC Midnight RunMembers of the Queens College women's swimming and diving team were fortunate enough to take part in a community service Midnight Run with Emanuel Avila, Queens College's Associate Director of Judicial Affairs & Service Learning, on Monday, October 3.
Women's Swimming And Diving Clear The Shores With SPLASHThe Queens College women’s swimming and diving team traveled to Wantagh, Long Island to team up with the organization SPLASH (Stop Polluting Littering and Save Harbors) on Monday, October 3rd to help clean up the beaches of the South Shore.
QCSD Men Take 12th, Women 13th At Met ChampionshipsThe Queens College swimming and diving team completed its weekend Sunday at the Metropolitan Collegiate Championships. The men's squad placed 12th with 214 points, while the women took 13th with 271 points.
Knights Begin Competition At Met ChampionshipsThe Queens College swimming and diving team began action Friday at the 2016 Metropolitan Collegiate Championships, held at the Sonny Werblin Rec. Center. After the opening day, the Knights sit 12th on the men's side, while the women sit 11th.
Swimming And Diving Coaches Discuss Eligibity Requirements At Local PresentationQueens College men’s and women’s swim and dive coaches, Yohancey Kingston and Alicia Lampasso-Dillon, returned to Queens High School of Teaching to make a presentation on the preparation and guidance of high school students who plan on becoming collegiate student-athletes. They spoke to 15 guidance counselors, coaches and other faculty members at the Professional Development Day.
Knights Take Two At Final Home MeetThe Queens College men's swimming and diving team completed its regular season slate Thursday evening with a home tri-meet against SUNY Maritime and York.
Women’s Swimming Third at Ranger InvitationalJennifer Arana-Perez, Katie Waszkiewicz, Elizabeth Hodges and Helen Shekhterman combine for two fast relays on day two of the Ranger Invitational, and the Knights claim third overall.