Articles by Jared Anderson

Towson rolls past William & Mary, Georgetown in home opener

The Towson Tiger men and women took charge in their home openers, beating CAA rivals William & Mary along with Georgetown in a pair of triangulars.

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East Carolina Opens Dual Meet Season With Win Over Davidson

The East Carolina men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams tallied 184 and 188 points, respectively, to defeat Davidson as the Pirates opened the dual meet season Saturday afternoon at Minges Natatorium.

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Sao Paolo wins South America’s Chico Piscina Trophy, Ribeira and Raurich lead points

Chico Piscina is a long course competition for youth (born in 2000 and 2001) and juvenile (born in 1998 and 1999) swimmers in South America.

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Oakland’s Danielewski knocks down pool record as Grizzlies beat UW-Milwaukee

The defending Horizon League champion Oakland Golden Grizzlies started off their season just where they left off, beating conference foe Milwaukee on the road.

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Notre Dame men, Ohio State women win Stark Relays in first meet for new-look ND coaching crew

The Notre Dame men swept the men’s meet, while the Ohio State women took home a narrow 10-point victory over the Irish.

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Dressel wins twice, cracks 20 as Gators top LSU at home

Freshman Caeleb Dressel became the 4th NCAA man under 20 this season while Jessica Thielmann (pictured) paced two distance races for the women.


Championship records fall in droves on day 2 of Chico Piscina Trophy

Several championship records fell on the second day of Chico Piscina Trophy. Chico Piscina is a long course competition for youth (born in 2000 and 2001) and juvenile (born in 1998 and 1999) swimmers in South America.

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San Diego State dominates quad with Vanderbilt, Campbell and Little Rock on big fly swims, Apostalon double

San Diego State kicked off a busy weekend with dominating wins at a triple dual against Vanderbilt, Arkansas-Little Rock and…

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Indiana men top Auburn with sprints, Lady Tigers beat Hoosiers in wild, televised season-opener

Indiana’s men rode promising performances from their sprinters and newly-added divers to knock off Auburn, while the Auburn women won a wild, back-and-forth showdown with the Lady Hoosiers.


From brain surgery to the NCAA Championships: Whitney Weisz’s Aztec comeback

Less than one year removed from a dangerous brain surgery, Whitney Weisz was scoring points for San Diego State at the NCAA Championships.


Brazilian youngsters take down three meet records on opening day of Chico Piscina Trophy

Today was the first day of the Chico Piscina Trophy, which brings together young swimmers from various South American federations.


McHugh and Tennessee knock off Queens, SwimMAC’s Team Elite make appearances at Royal Open

Freshman Sam McHugh won two titles and broke two pool records for Tennessee, as several professional athletes from SwimMAC made appearances at the Tennessee-Queens dual meet.


Open Water national champ and Olympian Alex Meyer to train with Tennessee Aquatics

Alex Meyer, the former open water world champ and reigning U.S. national champ in the 5K distance, is moving from his longtime Boston base to a new training home with Tennessee Aquatics.


2014-2015 William & Mary men’s swimming season outlook

The following is a press release courtesy of William & Mary swimming and diving: The William and Mary men’s swimming…

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European Junior Championships to expand age ranges to four years instead of two, beginning in 2016

The European Junior Championships will double the age range of athletes eligible for competition beginning in two years, according to the Hungarian swimming federation.

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