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Bronco swimmers and divers win big in College Station

The Broncos pretty much led from bell to bell at the Mountain West Swimming and Diving Championships in College Station, TX this weekend and just wrapped up an impressive team victory in the pool this evening. The Bronco ladies avenged last season’s come-from-behind loss to Nevada at the MWC Championships and defeated runner-up San Diego State by nearly 300 points and last place Air Force by nearly 1,000 points, so eat that, Troy Calhoun.

Overall, the Broncos broke 8 school records at the meet and, incredibly, swept the relay events. Senior Brittany Aoyama won her 3rd consecutive 100m fly gold and raced to a 100m free win just hours ago.

Not to be outdone, head coach Jeremy Kipp decided to show off his diving prowess once the Broncos secured the victory. Eat your heart out, Thornton Melon.

With Bronco softball and gymnastics winning this weekend, the women’s b-ball team defeating Wyoming today, and the S&D title—I’d say the Boise State gals are ready to inherit the earth. Great job, Broncos!