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Former National Teamer Jasmine Tosky Announces Retirement with 1 Year of Eligibility Remaining

USC junior Jasmine Tosky has announced her retirement from competitive swimming weeks before her 3rd NCAA Championship meet.

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College

Projecting the Field for the Women’s 2015 NCAA Championships (Cut Line Analysis)

Texas A&M’s Liili Ibanez was 6th at NCAA’s last season in the 200 free. This season, by our math, she was the second-to-last swimmer to qualify.

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Australia

From One Legend to Another: Hackett Cites Phelps as Catalyst for Return to the Pool

Grant Hackett gleaned inspiration from American swimming legend MIchael Phelps in his decision to “test the waters” in a possible comeback to competitive swimming.

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Swim of the Week

Blueseventy Swim of the Week: Bilis & NC State announce their arrival into the NCAA’s speed tier

NC State (shown here celebrating a big relay last season) now has the depth to put four swimmers under 19 seconds on the 200 free relay, including newly-found 18-second leadoff man Simonas Bilis.

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NCAA Division III

NCAA Division III School Sweet Briar College to Close at End of 2015 Season

With the whole college shutting down at the end of the summer of 2015, Sweet Briar’s women’s swimming team will be no more.

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Training

Travel Meets: 5 Things to Do on Arrival

From the moment you land in a new place for a meet, the rest of your day should follow the same pattern every time you travel—that is to say, what you do on arrival day must become second nature to you.

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Former National Teamer Jasmine Tosky Announces Retirement with 1 Year of Eligibility Remaining

USC junior Jasmine Tosky has announced her retirement from competitive swimming weeks before her 3rd NCAA Championship meet.

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Projecting the Field for the Women’s 2015 NCAA Championships (Cut Line Analysis)

Texas A&M’s Liili Ibanez was 6th at NCAA’s last season in the 200 free. This season, by our math, she was the second-to-last swimmer to qualify.

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From One Legend to Another: Hackett Cites Phelps as Catalyst for Return to the Pool

Grant Hackett gleaned inspiration from American swimming legend MIchael Phelps in his decision to “test the waters” in a possible comeback to competitive swimming.

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Finis

Blueseventy Swim of the Week: Bilis & NC State announce their arrival into the NCAA’s speed tier

NC State (shown here celebrating a big relay last season) now has the depth to put four swimmers under 19 seconds on the 200 free relay, including newly-found 18-second leadoff man Simonas Bilis.

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NCAA Division III School Sweet Briar College to Close at End of 2015 Season

With the whole college shutting down at the end of the summer of 2015, Sweet Briar’s women’s swimming team will be no more.

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Travel Meets: 5 Things to Do on Arrival

From the moment you land in a new place for a meet, the rest of your day should follow the same pattern every time you travel—that is to say, what you do on arrival day must become second nature to you.

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MAC Men’s Championships 2015 Preview: Missouri State Looking for Second Straight Title

Missouri State will look to defend their MAC Championship title from a season ago at when the MAC men’s programs…

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3 Restorative Yoga Poses to Help the Effectiveness of Your Taper

Restorative yoga is a very powerful tool to enhance recovery…

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Official DIII Psych Sheets Released: Emory Women, Kenyon Men Only Teams with Full Rosters

A quick look at the teams with the biggest rosters invited to the 2015 NCAA Division III National Championship.

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Paddock Evacuator

Arizona’s Bonnie Brandon Focused on Freestyle for 2015 NCAA Championships

Arizona junior Bonnie Brandon isn’t entered in the 200 backstroke at NCAA’s for the first time in her college career.

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Texas’ Sarah Denninghoff Expected to Race at 2015 NCAA Championships Despite Missing Big 12’s

Texas redshirt senior Sarah Denninghoff is expected to race at the 2015 NCAA Championships.

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Swim Capz

For the Next Few Weeks, Wagner Swimming Fans are Georgia Diving Fans

Sophomore Anu Nihipali was the NEC Championship Most Outstanding Swimmer, and now has a serious chance at NCAA qualifying.

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Scoring Out The 2015 NCAA DI Psych Sheet – Women’s Edition

The Cal Bears are looking to take back the NCAA National Championship Trophy from the Georgia Bull Dogs with their 137 point advantage on paper.

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Toronto 2015 Pan Am Games Medals Unveiled

“These Toronto 2015 medals are pieces of art in their own right, and reflect all the hard work, dedication and the difficult journey athletes will take to wear one around their neck and cherish for life.”

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Louisville Star Kelsi Worrell Makes 200 Fly Her 3rd Event for 2015 NCAA Championships

Louisville’s Kelsi Worrell has switched her day 3 event back to the 200 fly: a race in which she placed 4th at last year’s NCAA Championship meet.

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