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menʻs swim team at the NCAA championships.

The University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa men’s swimming team and diver Mackaby Pennington participated in the NCAA Division I Swimming and Diving Championships, setting multiple UH records during the competition at the Indiana University Natatorium in Indianapolis.


The Rainbow Warriors’ team of Karol Ostrowski, Jakub Ksiazek, Jordan Meacham and Grant Stoddard already held the UH record in the relay, but further improved their time with 1 minute and 16.23 seconds. Ostrowski also set the UH 50 freestyle record with a leadoff leg of 18.89 seconds, breaking his previous mark of 19.30. UH ended up 17th overall in the field of 25 schools.


Pennington closed out the season with 26th place finish in the platform diving competition and recorded a score of 51.15 on his first dive making it the highest score for a UH diver in the NCAA Championship since 2016.

Read more about the men’s swim team and diver Pennington.

diver mackaby pennington at the NCAA championships.

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