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Men’s NCAA Water Polo Championships Photo Vault

Day two of the NCAA Men’s water polo championships at U.C. San Diego’s Canyonview pool pitted the UCSD Tritons against…

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Men’s NCAA Water Polo Championships Semi Finals Photo Vault

It’s day one of the two day men’s NCAA water polo tournament hosted by U.C. San Diego. In the first…

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Lights Go Out, But Stanford Dominates Day Two of Art Adamson Invitational

Sarah Henry, who swam an NCAA A cut in the 400 IM, and the Texas A&M women are leading the Stanford women through day two of the Art Adamson Invitational, but the Stanford men are dominating the field.

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NCAA Division I Meets To Watch For November 6th – November 9th

Nicholas Caldwell and the rest of the Wisconsin Badgers will head out west for another pair of dual meets with Pac-12 competition. The Badgers will take on Cal on Friday and Stanford on Saturday

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Stanford Swimming duals Texas at Pink Out Meet Thursday

The Stanford women’s swimming and diving team will host a “Pink Out” Thursday when Texas visits Avery Aquatic Center at 4 p.m. Both teams will race in pink caps to help raise awareness for cancer.

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Stanford Women Announce 2014-2015 Schedule, Will Dual Seven Pac 12 Opponents

The Stanford women’s swimming and diving team will swim seven dual meets with Pac 12 competitors for the second season…

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Stanford men to attend Art Adamson Invite, will face defending champs Cal twice this season

David Nolan and the Stanford Cardinal will swim the Art Adamson Invite hosted by Texas A&M this season, and is also set to face defending NCAA champs Cal twice in the 2014-2015 season.

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Simone Manuel on being Katie Ledecky’s Roommate & how she learned Ledecky was going to Stanford

Simone Manuel and Katie Ledecky will be Stanford superheroes in time. One swimmer wields lightning, the other is an endurance assassin. Women’s college swimming has great years ahead.

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3 Ways to Improve Your Relay Starts in Swimming

Racing in a group of 4 teammates is the closest swimming gets to feeling like a true team sport. In order to succeed, relay members need to not only have flawless starts, but also perfect timing with their teammate’s finish.

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70 Division 1 Men’s Programs Earn CSCAA Scholar All America Team Honors

Congratulations to Coach Tim Wise and Yale’s men’s swim team for earning the highest team GPA in NCAA Division 1…

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USA Men Fall To Serbia 13-6 In Opening Match Of Four Game Series

The USA Men’s National Team lost to Serbia 13-6 in front of a packed house at the University of the…

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Olympic Champion Rebecca Soni: The Mental Aspects of Peak Athletic Performance (Part 1 of 2)

RICH ROLL PODCAST WITH REBECCA SONI Rebecca Soni gets the Rich Roll treatment, nearly two and half hours of conversation…

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World Record Holder Katie Ledecky Makes College Decision

World Record holder, Katie Ledecky, is only a junior, graduating high school in 2015, but has verbally committed to swim in college.

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Pac-12 announces All-Academic Teams for men and women

Stanford leads the way with 8 men and 4 women on the conference All-Academic teams. See the full lists here.

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5 Big Things from 2014 W. NCAA’s #3: Playing it safe (perhaps too safe) on relay exchanges

Stanford broke an American relay record, but also missed another by .03 seconds while leaving almost a full second on the blocks through safe exchanges. Are the extra tenths worth the risk of DQ?

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