The Voyageurs swim teams dove into the Jeno Tihanyi Olympic Gold Pool this weekend for their final tune-up before their divisional championships and came away with a number of impressive individual results. Competing against Waterloo and Queen's, the women's squad went toe to toe with the Warriors all weekend, edging them out on Sunday for the team victory. On the men's side, Waterloo jumped out to a comfortable lead after the first day of racing and sealed the deal on Sunday to take the title while the Voyageurs had to settle for second.
On the women's side, the team was led by first year swimmer, Carling Stever, who had first place finishes in the 400m freestyle, the 400m IM and the 800m freestyle relay to go along with second place finishes in the 200m backstroke and the 200m freestyle relay.
For the men, Matt Schouten led the charge with four first place finishes (50m freestyle, 50m backstroke, 100m freestyle, 800m freestyle relay), a pair of seconds (200m freestyle relay, 50m butterfly) and a third (100m butterfly).
Full team results and podium finishes for both the women and the men follow below.
The teams will next be in the water when they host the deBray Divisional Championships on Nov. 24 and 25.