Back-to-Back-to-Back-to-Back Champs

Cougar swimming continues its dominance in the pool as the program won its fourth-consecutive AAC Championship at the UH Rec Center.

The Cougars won 17 individual titles and scored the second-most point in championships history. UH
swept the relays for the second-straight year while also sweeping the diving events. Head coach Ryan Wochomurka was named AAC Swim Coach of the Year for the fourth-straight time while Bob Gunter was named AAC Diving Coach of the Year, his first.

Below is our photo gallery from the AAC Meet. Click a photo and you can scroll through each of them in the lightbox. All images © Mario Puente 2020.
 
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