Notre Dame women’s swimming & diving has released its schedule for the upcoming NCAA season, highlighted by some of the top teams in the ACC, SEC and Big Ten conferences.
Micah Lawrence has been on a tear this season through the Grand Prix circuit, and she’ll try to extend that magic for SwimMAC in Irvine.
Annapolis, MD. – The 2013-14 College Swimming & Diving Honors have been announced. In all, twenty athletes, teams or coaches are being recognized for their outstanding performances during the 2013-14 collegiate swimming and diving season.
The Capital One All-American Team was released this week as selected by CoSIDA, the College Sports Information Directors of America. CoSIDA…
Race video is courtesy of Universal Sports Network, a SwimSwam partner.
With multiple swimmers doubling up in events this evening, Katinka Hosszu dominated in winning fashion.
Notre Dame junior Emma Reaney, an American Record holder in the 200 yard breaststroke, was named the top student-athlete in women’s swimming & diving in the ACC for the 2013-2014 season.
American record-setter Emma Reaney was named ACC Women’s Swimmer of the Year today, joining Florida State’s Pavel Sankovich (the men’s award-winner) atop the list of ACC accolades.
Emma Reaney pushed through the suddenly-intense media glare to smash the American record in the 200 breast for the second time in a month while winning the first NCAA swimming title in Notre Dame history.
4 strokes on first length, and then 6 on the rest, for a 200 breaststroke! Great stroke count. How does…
Leave it to the University of Georgia Diving Coach Dan Laak to do a graceful victory celebration dive at the 2014 Women’s NCAA DI Swimming & Diving Championships.
Notre Dame’s Emma Reaney put up a pair of top-3 finishes this weekend, including an American record and NCAA Championship in the 200 breast.
Margo Geer on winning the 100 free final: “You know, I’m a 50 freestyler so I like to just take it out and see what happens. That’s kind of just what I’ve always done. That’s my strong part. That’s just what I always do.”
Emma Reaney wins 200 breaststroke in American Record time at the 2014 Women’s NCAA DI Championships.
Emma Reaney dominated a tough 200 breast field to win an NCAA title for Notre Dame and re-break her own American and NCAA records in the event, knocking on the door of the first-ever 2:03.