Articles by Anne Lepesant

Georgetown Gets Verbal From Baylor School’s Hinson

Chandler Hinson, who attends The Baylor School in Chattanooga, TN, has verbally committed to swim at Georgetown University starting in…

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Former Longhorns Katy Arris-Wilson and Robin Carter To Be Honored

Katy Arris-Wilson (Swimming, 1989-92) and Robin Carter (Diving, 1992-95) are among the 2013 inductees to the UT Women’s Athletics Hall of Honor.

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Michigan Wolverines Add Two More To Rosters

Ian Rainey, of Westport CT, and Elliott Schinella of Orchard Lake MI have verbally committed to University of Michigan’s men’s and women’s teams, respectively.

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Lady Utes Pick Up A Pair From Southern California

Kat Wickham of Palm Springs and Maddie Meisel of Long Beach are the newest additions to University of Utah’s Women’s Swimming and Diving team.

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Aaron Peirsol Hiking the John Muir Trail to Raise Money for Cancer Survivors

Aaron Peirsol is hiking the John Muir Trail to raise money for We Are Ocean, a non-profit organization that teaches cancer survivors to live post-treatment through ocean-based adventures.

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To, Manaudou Break National Records

Kenneth To of Australia and Florent Manaudou of France each broke their respective country’s national record in the 100 IM in Doha.

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Host Wisconsin Falls to Cross-Border Rival Minnesota

Kiera Janzen of Minnesota won three events as Minnesota Men’s and Women’s swim and dive teams defeated their southern neighbors, Wisconsin, in a two-day dual meet between Big Ten conference rivals.

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Minnesota Men and Women Leading After Day 1 at Wisconsin

Minnesota men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams traveled south to take on border rivals Wisconsin in a two-day meet…

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Purdue Women Win Season Opener at Miami

The Purdue Boilermakers won 14 of 16 events to beat Miami University’s RedHawks in the season opener for both teams.

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Aggies Beat Cardinals in Cross-State Season Opener

In its inaugural dual meet as a NCAA Division I team, the University of the Incarnate Word (UIW) Cardinals hosted…

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Women’s Ivy League Swimming and Diving Preview 2013-2014

A look ahead to the 2013-14 season of women’s swimming and diving in the Ivy League. FEATURED IMAGE: Eva Fabian, 2013 Open Water World Championship medalist, owned the Ivy distance evens as a freshman at Yale.

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Georgia Keeps Another Dynamo Swimmer In-State

Basil Orr, of Dynamo Swim Club and St. Pius X Catholic High School, has verbally committed to Georgia

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Celina Li To Appear In Sports Illustrated’s Faces In The Crowd

Celina Li will be featured in this week’s Sports Illustrated Faces In The Crowd for her Queen of the Pool title at the Cal – Cal Poly meet.

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Hawkeyes Score In-State Champion RJ Hemmingsen

The Iowa Hawkeyes have picked up one of the best recruits from their home state.

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Princeton Women’s Swim & Dive Raise $4,210.85 for Cancer Research

Ivy League champion Princeton women’s swimming and diving team showed their team spirit outside of the pool when it hosted the sixth annual Collegians For The Cure 5K Run last Saturday on the Princeton campus.

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