Articles by Jared Anderson

Northern Arizona breaks ground on new swimming facility, artist’s renditions here

Northern Arizona University broke ground on what will be the new home of its swimming and diving program today.


Alabama to create new swimming scholarship in John Servati’s name

The University of Alabama will create a scholarship in John Servati’s name. If you are interested in donating to the fund, you can find links and addresses here.

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Stanford Swimming alum Lisa Falzone hits #2 on Paste’s Most Powerful Women in Technology list

Lisa Falzone continues to gain esteem in the business world. The former Stanford Cardinal was ranked #2 on Paste Magazine’s list of powerful women in technology today.


Training Spotlight: Vinny Marciano, Al Ledgin and Morris County Swimming

Morris County Swim Club coach Al Ledgin offers a glimpse into the training he does with his squad, including 5-event short-course NAG record-holder Vinny Marciano.


HardCore Swim of the Week: The other comeback kid, Hurricane Aquatics’ Katie Hoff

Katie Hoff made a big statement swim in the 200 IM at the Mesa Grand Prix, serving notice that she just might be the most impactful “comeback kid” in American swimming right now.


Big-name fields take the pool at Masters Nationals beginning tomorrow

The men’s 100 free field features Olympians Matt Biondi, David Sims, Josh Davis, Anthony Ervin (pictured), Nathan Adrian, Darian Townsend and Philip Morrison among others.


USA Swimming Names Bob Bowman, Teri McKeever 2014 Pan Pacific Championships Coaches

Two of swimming’s most decorated coaches – Bob Bowman and Teri McKeever – have been selected to lead the United States’ team as head coaches at the 2014 Pan Pacific Championships.


UW-River Falls to suspend swimming and diving programs in budget cuts

The University of Wisconsin-River Falls announced today it would be suspending both its men’s and women’s swimming and diving programs starting in 2014 due to budget cuts to the athletic department.


Cincinnati Announces Swimming & Diving Coaching Change

University of Cincinnati director of athletics Mike Bohn announced Tuesday that men’s and women’s swimming and diving coach Monty Hopkins’ contract has not been renewed by the University.


CSCAA announces 2014 Annual Major Awards Recipients

The College Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) takes great pleasure in announcing the 2014 recipients of its five annual major awards.

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Law school-bound Oliver named Florida State MVP along with Sankovich, Jacobi

Florida State’s Tiffany Oliver closed out her collegiate swimming career as one of three Seminole MVPs – but this won’t be her last hurrah with the school.


Six men, three women sign with Wayland Baptist swimming

Wayland Baptist’s swim program recently added nine freshman recruits – six men and three women – from as close as Lubbock to as far away as Washington.

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Schneider and Kennedy top Jax50 shootout brackets, Eric McGinnis impressive in 2nd

Josh Schneider and Madison Kennedy emerged as the winners of the 5th Annual Jax 50 event, winning the bracketed, one-on-one 50 free competitions.


UMBC’s Hussein, FGCU’s Toussaint named CCSA Swimmers of the Year

Mohamed Hussein and Kira Toussaint were named CCSA Swimmers of the Year.

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Meilutyte and Proud lead Plymouth Leander to U.K.’s National Arena League Championship

World Record-holder Ruta Meilutyte and British record-holder Ben Proud combined to lead Plymouth Leander to its sixth National Arena League title in the last seven years.

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