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Lee wins 3 in Stanford victory at UCLA, Quah tops DiRado and Neal in races for Bruins

Felicia Lee won three for Stanford and Ting Quah won three for UCLA, but the Cardinal’s depth was too much to overcome as they won 180-120.

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Hosszu overcomes food poisoning to win three in France, Stravius wins twice for home crowd

Hosszu’s coach and husband said she was up the night before dealing with food poisoning, but Hosszu still won three races on the first day of competition in Nice, France.


Other Opinion: Student-Athletes deserve more, but union might not be the best fix

While a labor union could be a step in the right direction, it could also threaten the existence of non-revenue sports. Allowing athletes to make money themselves might be a more fair way to give athletes their dues.


Duke, North Carolina Clash Saturday at Taishoff

Duke will conclude their regular season at home against the UNC Tar Heels.

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Oakland travels to IUPUI Saturday for regular season finale

The Golden Grizzlies will then prepare for the 2014 Horizon League Championship Feb. 26-March 1

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Captains for the meet: Iowa Coach Marc Long talks captain experiment, new pool and NCAA hosting

Iowa experimented with a new strategy of voting different captains for each meet this fall, an idea Coach Long gleaned from other Hawkeye programs. With the regular season wrapping up, the 10th year head coach reflected on what the program learned from the experiment.


VIDEO: Louisville men’s swimming and diving wins school talent show

The men’s swimmers and divers won the Louisville talent show this week by getting in touch with their animal natures for a sketch that ranged from Lion King tributes to a zoo animal overthrow.

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Texas Men’s Swimming and Diving Preview: No. 5 Arizona

Longhorns travel to Tucson for final dual meet of the season.

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Texas Women’s Swimming and Diving Preview: No. 10 Arizona

Longhorns travel to Tucson for final dual meet of the season.

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Towson’s Cohen, Dickson tabbed as ECAC weekly winners

Alex Cohen and Lyndsey Dickson were honored with ECAC weekly awards.

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DU Swimming Hosts Utah for Senior Meet and Diving Travels to Air Force

Swimmers (M/W) will face Utah Friday night, while divers head to AFA Diving Invite

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Swimmers met with AD before mid-season firing of Ohio University coach Greg Werner

Ohio University Swimmers met with the Bobcat Athletic Director one day before coach Greg Werner’s surprise mid-season firing, although there are still conflicting reports over whether the meeting raised complaints that led to Werner’s termination.


Northwestern athletes petition to start official college athlete labor union

A group of Northwestern University football players have filed a petition with the National Labor Relations Board requesting recognition of an official labor union for college athletes. What does this mean for collegiate swimming?


Minnesota men sweep Swimmer, Diver of Week after comeback win vs NC State

Kyler Van Swol was named Swimmer of the Week after some dominant butterfly performances, while Manny Pollard won Diver of the Week for his work on the boards. Northwestern got in on the action with freshman diver Andrew Cramer earning Freshman of the Week.

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VIDEO: York YMCA takes a Saturday look-back at swimming tradition with some 1940’s-era strokes

At the end of a three-and-a-half hour Saturday workout, the York YMCA coaches took an opportunity to teach the team about its own Olympic tradition and the major technical changes in the last 60-some years of swimming. Check out the video of the kids trying out 1940s-era competition strokes.


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