George Mason Men and Women Wrap Up Patriot Invitational On Top

The Patriots won on both sides at their own Patriot Invitational.

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Princeton Men Take Rob Orr Past 300 Wins in Tri-Meet Against Penn and Cornell

Coaches Mike Schnur of Penn (left) and Joe Lucia Cornell (middle) pose with Princeton head coach Rob Orr (right) as he logs his 301st victory.

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PHOTO VAULT: New York City Premier of “Touch the Wall” Documentary

Missy Franklin (left) and Kara Lynn Joyce (right) are the two stars of the Touch the Wall documentary.

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Mollie Pulte Pushes Marian to State Title In Photo Finish, Taylor Garcia Doubles Again

Future Florida Gator Mollie Pulte had a key 400 free anchor leg to push Bloomfield Hills Marian to a team title by just 0.06 seconds

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Louisville Men and Women Win Big at Louisville Invite

The University of Louisville men’s team and women’s team both won at the 2014 Louisville Invite

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Canada West Championships: UBC Men And Women Repeat As Champions

The UBC men cleaned up the men’s 100m freestyle final with a 1-2-3 podium sweep led by up-and-coming sprinter Yuri Kisil. Kisil rocketed to a 48.73 to win the event followed by Stefan Milosevic who touched in at 49.58. Luke Peddie came in fast as well throwing down a 49.94. The three leaders were the only ones under the 50 second barrier, pointing the UBC 4x100m freestyle relay in a very good direction.

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Germany to Send 24 Swimmers to 2014 World Short Course Championships.

Germany has announced a roster of 24 swimmers, according to the German swimming site SwimSportNews. This list excludes two swimmers…

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Ethan Dang takes down Reece Whitley’s 11-12 NAG in the 200 yard breast

Ethan Dang continues to etch his name into the National Age Group (NAG) record books this weekend, breaking the 200 breaststroke NAG with a 2:09.37.

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TYR Invitational Day Three Finals: Michigan State Men, Northwestern Women Win

Jordan Wilimovsky of Northwestern posted the nation’s third fastest mile time at day three of the TYR Invitational. The Northwestern women and Michigan State men won the invitational.

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East Grand Rapids sweeps free events to repeat as Michigan Division 3 state champs

The girls of East Grand Rapids High School successfully defended their state title over the weekend, sweeping every freestyle race and breaking the state 200 free relay record in the process.

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Ohio State Men and Purdue Women Win the 2014 Ohio State Invite

Bechtel thrills in the 200 Butterfly on the last night of the Ohio State Invite; the Ohio State men and Purdue women win big.

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Santamans Breaks One, Manaudou Tallies 3rd Record on Last Day of French SC Nationals

Florent Manaudou broke three national records during the French National Short Course Championships in Montpellier over the weekend.

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Saline upsets Mercy for Michigan High School Division I title on final relay

The girls of Saline High School won the Michigan Division I state title in an upset that came down to the final relay.

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Grand Prix Points: Beisel and Clary rocket to early leads

With USA Swimming’s Grand Prix series kicking off in chilly Minneapolis this week, swimming fans have an early glimpse into what the series points battle might look like.

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Day 3 Prelims Recap: TYR Invitational

The Northwestern men and women claimed the top spot in five events going into the last finals session of the TYR Invitational at home.

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Ottesen Ends Danish Champs with Season’s Best 100 Butterfly

Jeanette Ottesen closed out the Danish Short Course Championships by posting a 56.34 to win the women’s 100 butterfly…

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Joe Bernal: Coach, mentor and innovator

Forty-five years ago, Coach Bernal founded Bernal’s Gator Swim Club with the goal of developing and training young athletes for both athletic competition and for academic life.

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