Junior Andie Blaser of the Vermont women’s swimming and diving team has been named the Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) Division I New England Swimmer of the Week for the period ending January 4.
Miami University women’s swimming and diving team is back in the pool on Saturday, Jan. 10, to swim against Cincinnati at the Keating Aquatics Center at 1 p.m.
Washington’s Justice Kramer will head down the Pacific coast for his college swimming career after giving a verbal commitment to the California State University – Bakersfield Roadrunners.
“I am excited to have Erin join my staff as a full-time assistant after coaching her for four seasons as a collegiate swimmer,” said Head Coach Spadafina.
Miami University’s men’s swimming and diving team rings in the New Year with a road meet at the University of Cincinnati on Saturday, Jan. 10 in the Keating Aquatic center at 1 p.m.
San Diego State senior Chelsea Bailey has been named Mountain West Swimmer of the Week, while fellow Aztec Alexandra Caplan has earned MW Women’s Diver of the Week honors
Junior Andie Blaser registered Vermont’s top individual finish at the Orange Bowl Classic with a second place finish in the 100 meter butterfly
In the 200m freestyle the SDSU women finished 1-2-3 with Natilee Ruiz leading the way with a 1:51.44. Finishing a close second was Whitney Weisz in 1:51.75 followed by Cori Casper who was well behind the two leaders in 1:55.68.
The University of Michigan won the women’s meet, and the University of West Virginia topped the men’s meet at this year’s Orange Bowl Classic in Key Largo, Florida.
FGCU Senior Emma Svensson claimed wins in the 50 and 100 Free to contribute to the Eagles’ commanding wins over Liberty, Campbell and Central Connecticut at home.
Bonnie Brandon led 1-2 finishes in both backstrokes to power the Lady Wildcats past all four visiting foes while the Zona men picked up the win over Missouri.
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The Missouri State women’s swimming and diving team heads to Houston, Texas, for its first event of the New Year in a dual against the Rice Owls at 3 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 3.
“This is overdue recognition for Amy. She is an outstanding coach, and everyone associated with our team knows how important she is to our program,” said Davidson head coach John Young.