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Eastern Illinois tabs Jacqueline Michalski as new men’s and women’s head coach

The Eastern Illinois Panthers have filled their head swimming & diving coach vacancy, picking up Saint Francis University’s Jacqueline Michalski to lead their men’s and women’s programs, the school announced today.

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Elliott McGill Leaving Eastern Illinois for Job at Nitro in Austin

Eastern Illinois is looking for a new head coach after Elliott McGill resigned to take a club job instead.

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Panther Swimming Inks Seven Prep Standouts to 2014-15 Squad

During the early fall signing period, Eastern Illinois head swimming coach Elliott McGill recently inked seven prep standouts for next…

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EIU Women Down Butler in Season Opener

“I was very pleased with our first meet of the year,” said EIU head coach Elliott McGill. “The women kicking off the year with a new pool record was awesome…”

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Wright State Makes Kyle Oaks One of Youngest Coaches in Division I

Kyle Oaks (left) became one of the youngest coaches in Division I when he was hired as the head coach at Wright State earlier this week. (Photo Courtesy: Wright State Athletics)

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Oakland Men Double-Up Closest Competitor in Sweep of Summit League Titles

The Oakland men and women each rolled to 400+ point victories in front of a home crowd on Saturday.

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With PVK and Klueh Looking On, Oakland Continues to Roll at Summit League Championships

Rochester legend Peter Vanderkaay was on hand to award the medals to the winners of the 100 breaststroke at the Summit League Championships. (Photo Courtesy: Ashley Wozny)

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Oakland Nearly Doubling Competition at Summit League; El Sayad Takes 500 Free Record in 4:20

We nearly saw the first ever Summit Leaguer dip into the 4-teens in the 500 free on Thursday night in Rochester, Michigan. (Stock Photo Courtesy: Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)

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REVISED: Clemson Women Post Highest Division I GPA in Spring Semester

Clemson has decided to cut the nation’s top-ranked swim team in terms of GPA. (Photo Courtesy: ┬ęTim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)

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