In the NAIA, Oklahoma Baptist nabbed the most women’s honors, while Concordia led the men. Meanwhile Monroe Community College picked up 5 of the 8 Scholar All-America awards given out in the NJCAA, the Junior College athletic league.
The Capital-One All-American Team was released this week as selected by CoSIDA, the College Sports Information Directors of America. CoSIDA breaks…
SCAD Savannah’s men’s and women’s swimming teams were among the competitors in the 33rd Annual SCAD Sidewalk Arts Festival this past weekend at Forsyth Park in Downtown Savannah.
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.
Plantation Swim Team had four swimmers ceremonially sign on with college swimming and diving programs today, most notably butterflier Krissa Robinson with Florida State.
The Collegiate Swimming Coaches Association of American (CSCAA) has announced their 2013-2014 All-America teams for the NAIA. The NAIA lists…
The SCAD Savannah men’s and women’s teams pictured at NAIA Nationals in Oklahoma City. Both teams were named CSCAA Scholar All-American Teams.
As went the 400 free relay, so went the 2014 NAIA National Championships. Oklahoma Baptist (center) finished first; Olivet Nazarene (left) took second; SCAD Savannah (right), third.
Laura Galarza of Oklahoma Baptist won repeat victories in the 50, 100, and 200 freestyles at the 2014 NAIA National Championships, setting the record in the 100 with 49.97.
The pool deck at the 2014 NAIA National Championships was colorful, and not just because of the myriad team uniforms. There was body art on display as well and SwimSwam captured a few of our favorite tattoos. Take a look.
Joel Ax of SCAD Savannah talks with SwimSwam’s Anne Lepesant about his NAIA meet record in the 200 free (1:36.71), and about his first year as a student-artist-athlete.
Logan Lassley, of Oklahoma Baptist, won the 50 free at the 2014 NAIA National Championships with a meet-record time of 19.71. He talks with SwimSwam about his motivation, and what comes next.
Chris Conlon, head coach of men’s and women’s swimming at SCAD Savannah spoke with SwimSwam about his teams’ season and the 2014 NAIA National Championships.
Daniel Ramirez of Oklahoma Baptist went 46.28 in the 100 back to break the meet record at 2014 NAIA Nationals.
NAIA national record-holder and two-time champion Ryan Searles of SCAD Savannah will be going for a three-peat tonight.