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Grand Canyon Sweeps at Double Dual Meet Against New Mexico and UTPB

Meet Facts Women: Grand Canyon Vs. New Mexico State 185-115 / New Mexico State vs. UTPB 249-37 / Grand Canyon…

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Aquahawks Defeat Old Dominion at Season Opener

Meet Facts Men: UNCW 191- Old Dominion 109 Women: UNCW 153.5 – Old Dominion 145.5 Hosted by UNCW October 15th,…

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Nebraska Beats SDSU 212-88

With the victory, Nebraska improved to 2-0 on the season with both wins coming on the road to open the year.

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Towson Sweeps Georgetown at Home Opener

The Tigers opened the meet with morning diving before competing in swimming events in the afternoon.

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Host George Mason Sweep’s Delaware

Mason’s women’s team defeated the Blue Hens 167-127, while the men’s team recorded a 184-114 victory.

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Campbell Win 138-67 Against Florida Atlantic at FAU, Men Exhibition

Florida Atlantic University swimming and diving opened the 2016-17 season at home on Oct. 14 as the women took on Campbell University and the men held an exhibition meet.

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Wyoming Women Defeat New Mexico 167-132

Wyoming women’s swimming and diving earned victory in its first Mountain West dual of the 2016-17 season on Friday evening.

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Northwestern Defeats Eastern Michigan 167-128 at Season Opener

The Wildcats picked up first place finishes in eight of the 14 swimming events, while sweeping the diving events.

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5 Things That Happen When You’re the Only Swimmer in Your Family

Being the only swimmer child from non-swimming parents is a rarity, and it’s a different angle to the athletic life. Here are 5 things that happen when you’re the only swimmer in your family…


SDSU Wins Double Dual Meet Against San Diego and Vanderbilt

San Diego State won seven individual swimming events, two relays and both diving competitions on Friday as it posted dual meet victories over UC San Diego (156.60-137.50) and Vanderbilt (168-94) at the Aztec Aquaplex.

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Swimmers Impress Coach In First Competition

The women’s team got 118 points from relays and had four seventh-place finishes.

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Rio Reflections with Open Water Olympian Haley Anderson

Two time Olympian Haley Anderson became the first American woman to win an Olympic medal in open water swimming by winning a silver medal in the women’s 10K at the 2012 London Olympic Games.

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UND Wins Double Dual Meet Against South Dakota and Northern Colorado

The North Dakota men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams posted dominating dual wins over regional rivals South Dakota and Northern Colorado Friday evening at the Hyslop Pool.

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Brad Snyder to Swim from Alcatraz to San Francisco For a Great Cause

Snyder, a Navy veteran blinded in Afghanistan, won three gold medals at the 2016 Rio Paralympic Games.

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Former Siena Swimmer Returns to Join Coaching Staff

York was a four year letter winner for Siena.

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