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2024 CAA Championship Preview: UNCW Poised For Back-To-Back Sweeps

After sweeping the Colonial Athletic Association titles for the first time since 2006 last season, the UNCW Seahawks are in position to do so again.


Stanford’s Minakov, Ryan Sweep Men’s Pac-12 Swim & Dive Weekly Honors

In the final dual meet of the season, Minakov helped the Cardinal to a 170-130 upset against Cal while reeling off a school record 1:38.61 in the 200 fly.

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UNC Pembroke Women, Emmanuel Men Take Team Titles at Conference Carolinas Championships

UNC Pembroke captured its first-ever Conference Carolinas women’s swimming title, while Emmanuel garnered its fourth straight men’s crown.

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Tennessee’s Martin Espernberger Named SEC Scholar-Athlete of the Year

Majoring in Electrical Engineering, the Linz, Austria, native has excelled in the classroom and in the pool throughout his career.


Loyola’s Brian Loeffler Named Patriot League Men’s Swimming Coach of the Year

Loeffler earns the award for the second time since the Greyhounds joined the conference in 2013-14, duplicating the honor he received in 2020.

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Georgia’s Abby McCulloh Named SEC Women’s Swimming & Diving Scholar-Athlete of the Year

McCulloh is the 10th Bulldog and seventh Georgia woman to receive the honor and the first since Courtney Harnish was honored in 2021.

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Ohio State Synchro Wins North Regional Championship

The Ohio State synchronized (artistic) swimming team earned a win over Michigan and Minnesota with 103 points at Saturday’s North Regional Championships.

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No. 5 USC Women’s Water Polo Takes Down No. 3 Fresno State 12-9

Eight Trojans scored to help USC finish fifth at the Barbara Kalbus Invitational.

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Denver Extends Leads on Friday at the Summit League Championships

Denver’s Jessica Maeda won her third-straight title in the 100 breaststroke on Friday, helping the Denver women extend their lead.

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Tennessee Judge Grants Preliminary Injunction Preventing Restrictions to NIL Activities

The judge’s ruling means that the the NCAA can’t enforce any restrictions on NIL activities until the conclusion of a case fighting those restrictions.

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Hope College Makes Moves On Day 2 of MIAA Championships

The Hope College women have taken over the team lead, while the men’s team is right on Calvin’s heels after Day 2 at the Holland Aquatic Center.

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Ohio State Synchro Hosts North Regional Championship Saturday

The Buckeyes welcome Michigan and Minnesota to Columbus for the North Regional Championship at McCorkle Aquatic Pavilion.

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Calvin Men & Women Kick Off MIAA Championships With Record-Setting 800 Free Relays

The Calvin women’s swimming and diving team put together a record-setting night to take the early lead at the MIAA Championships.

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Eastern Connecticut Women Win First-Ever LEC Title, Bridgewater State Men Three-Peat

The Eastern Connecticut women ended a 16-year title reign for Keene State College, scoring 805 points to lead Bridgewater State (786) and Keene State (780).

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FIU Picked As Pre-Meet Favorite As American Women’s Championships Kick Off Thursday

FIU has been selected as the favorite in the Pre-Championship Coaches Poll, with the meet being hosted at SMU from Thursday to Sunday.

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