The University of North Carolina got in on the recruiting action this week, picking up a verbal from Nation’s Capital Swim Club freestyler Robyn Dryer.
Iowa breaststroker/IMer Sydney Angell has verbally committed to swim for the Arkansas Razorbacks starting next fall.
Pittsburgh-area swimmers Kathryn Painter and Kayla Churman, plus Ohio’s Geena Freriks, have verbally committed to join the Wildcats next season.
Bonnie Brandon lost most of her NCAA meet last spring to a devastating illness, but at full strength this season she’ll be the centerpiece of Rick DeMont’s Wildcats.
Iona College Head Coach Nick Cavataro: “Bradley has a strong background in technique and mechanics and will provide excellent guidance for this team to reach its maximum potential.”
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It is fair to say that we live in a negativity culture. Television, magazines, media and peer influences seem to place a constant focus on what can, or does, go wrong. This necessarily creates a negativity bias in our brain, and for athletes, leads to performance limitations.
Junya Koga absolutely dominated the race in the men’s 50m backstroke churning into the wall like a madman to grab the gold with a time of 24.28. That time was just four one-hundredths shy of the Asian record of 24.24, but did break his own Asian Games record of 24.46 which he set in prelims.
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Carroll University’s Kristy Johnson and Gordon College’s Austin Drukker are featured in this Senior Spotlight, a a tribute to the athletes of Division III, showcasing seniors from across the country who have brought their own passion to swimming and academia. All hail DIII.
Executive Director Chuck Wielgus: “Our membership has topped 400,000; more than 350,000 of whom are athlete members, more than we’ve ever had before. We have more than 18,000 coach members and 2,800 member clubs.”
Maggie Werba from Oshkosh, Wisconsin has verbally committed to the Minnesota Golden Gophers.
Sun Yang drops out of Chinese 800 free relay with finger injuries, will still compete in individuals in Incheon
China’s Sun Yang dropped out of his country’s 4×200 free relay at the Asian Games today, but does plan to finish out his slate of individual events, according to his coach, Yang Zadong.
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Indiana’s Brooklynn Snodgrass has been named International Female Swimmer of the Year by her native Swim Alberta.