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Hoosiers Lead Way at USA Diving World Championship Trials

Indiana University divers have put themselves in contention for World Championship spots after the first day of competition at the USA Diving World Championship Individual Trials.

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Relay initiative takes Pro Swim Series gold

Canada’s female junior relay initiative paid dividends with a gold medal at the Charlotte Pro Swim Series on Friday, while breaststroker Richard Funk went to the wall with a familiar foe for silver in the men’s 100 metres.

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Jack Fabian, Tyler Fenwick to Lead Team USA Open Water Rosters

USA Swimming today announced its open water head coaches for this summer’s Pan American Games and World University Games.

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Tech athletics celebrates group of graduates

Tech athletics celebrates group of graduates. Eighty associated with athletics department to get degrees.

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Coach Carlson Adds Five Student Athletes for 2015-16 Season

St. Bonaventure women’s swimming coach Krista Carlson announced that Brittany Hart, Shannon McLaughlin, Sam Kuchinski, Aly Kinsella znd Lauren Anderson have all signed National Letters of Intent to enroll at St. Bonaventure University and join the Bonnies Women’s swim team beginning in the fall of 2015.

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UWF WOMEN’S SWIMMING AND DIVING ADDS THREE SIGNEES TO 2015-16 ROSTER

The University of West Florida women’s swimming and diving program has added three student-athletes to its signing class for the 2015-16 season.

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Kelsi Worrell Named CoSIDA Academic All District

University of Louisville swimmer Kelsi Worrell has been named to the CoSIDA District 2 First-team Academic All-District.

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Southern California Swimming Brothers Set Donation Record

Two Mission Viejo Nadadores and Laguna Hills High School Varsity Swimmers Distribute More Than 10,000 Donated Swimsuits, Swim Caps and Goggles to Underprivileged Children in an Effort to Eliminate Childhood Drowning.

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Wagner’s Amanda Lucia named NEC Swimming&Diving Scholar Athlete of the year

Record-setting Wagner College junior Amanda Lucia has been named the Northeast Conference (NEC) Swimming & Diving Scholar Athlete of the Year, the league announced today.

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Vinyard, Watson nominated for postgraduate award

IOWA CITY, Iowa — Hawkeye seniors Mike Vinyard (men’s swimming and diving) and Gabrielle Watson (rowing) were chosen as the…

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Platform Diving set to make a huge impact on final team placing

While Texas is practically guaranteed to win heading into the final night of the 2015 NCAA Championships, their lead will be further…

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3-meter divers look to push their teams into the top 10

Day 1 finals left us with a tight race between the top 5-10 teams, with a few trailing closely behind…

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Men’s 1 meter diving projections factor into top 15 team battles

Following day 1 prelims, there are quite a few tight team battles set up. After the prelims of the men’s 1 meter…

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Women’s NCAA Championships Day 3 Ups/Downs: Tight team battle set up for fourth behind Cal, Georgia, and Stanford.

Coming in to day 3, the leading Cal bears put up another big morning with 8 swims to score in…

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