Articles by Braden Keith

Michigan Men Announce Five Swimming, One Diving Signee For Early 2015 Class

Michigan coach Mike Bottom continues to have success in recruiting.

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Junior World Record Holder Highlights Michigan Women’s Signing Class

Becca Postoll (left) is part of Mike Bottom’s best recruiting class since taking over as the women’s coach at Michigan.

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Australian Olympic Committee Protesting Late Start for Swimming in Rio 2016

The Australians are the first major nation to publicly voice their displeasure with the timing of swimming at the 2016 Olympic Games.

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Amid Darkness, an NCAA Division I University Reinstate Men’s and Women’s Swimming

Monmouth University will reinstate men’s and women’s NCAA Division I swimming programs in the fall of 2015 the school announced…

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Gkolomeev Swims NCAA “A” Cut in First Finals Session of H2Okie Invitational

Kristian Gkolomeev continues to impress out of Tuscaloosa by becoming the first male swimmer this season to earn an NCAA Automatic Qualification in the 50 free.

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Dwyer, Beisel Sit Atop Grand Prix Money Lists With $1,600 Each After 1 Day.

Elizabeth Beisel won the women’s 400 IM and was 2nd in the 200 free to earn $1,600 on Thursday evening.

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Minneapolis Grand Prix: Dwyer Scratches 100 Breast; Top-Seeded Jaeger Drops 400 IM

Michigan post-grad Connor Jaeger has dropped the 400 IM final to focus on the 200 free.

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Michalak Wins 100 Breast at German Nationals, Holds Firm on Skipping SC Worlds

On day 1 of the 2014 German Short Course National Championship, 9 events saw 9 different winners, with the well-known…

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Georgia’s Shannon Vreeland Earns NCAA Top-10 Award

Georgia post-grad Shannon Vreeland has been named a recipient of the NCAA’s Today’s Top 10 Award.

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CJ Fiala Takes Top Seed Over NCAA Champ in Thursday Prelims at H2Okie Invitaitonal

CJ Fiala (above) is ahead of defending NCAA Champion Kristian Gkolomeev of Alabama headed into the 50 free final at the H2)kie Invitational.

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Highlighting the Differences Between Leverenz and DiRado Underwater

Maya DiRado goes very long underwater in the 400 IM as compared to Caitlin Leverenz, highlighting the different backgrounds of the two swimmers.

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Glenbrook South Girls Won’t Stop Doing What They’re Doing

With the start of the 2014 Illinois High School Girls’ State Championship meet less than 24 hours away, the girls…

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UIC Continues Strong In-State Recruitment With a Commitment from Lexie Joy

Lexie Joy of the Freeport Aquatic Swim Team and Freeport High School in northwest Illinois has committed to the University…

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All-American Sophia Batchelor Transferring from Cal to Florida

New Zealand Record holder Sophia Batchelor is transferring to the University of Florida.

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