NCAA Division II

Duke (W)
Queens (W)
169.5
87.5
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Duke (M)
Queens (M)
146
111
12/03/16 Recap »
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Mo. State (M)
Srury (M)
143
73
10/29/16 Recap »
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Alabama - W
Delta State - W
212
82
09/09/16 Recap »
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Alabama - M
Delta State - M
211
83
09/09/16 Recap »
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Emory Women
Delta State W
178
120
01/23/16 Recap »
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Delta State Men
Emory Men
157
137
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Kansas Women
Morningside W
130
92
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Kansas Women
Tabor Women
130
55
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William Jewell W
Tabor Women
217
27
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Morningside W
Tabor
154
65
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William Jewell M
Tabor Men
222
15
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Morningside Men
Tabor Men
140
56
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Drury Women
MO State Women
117
114
01/21/16 Recap »
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Drury Men
MO State Men
112
111
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UC San Diego Men
UNLV
156
131
01/02/16 Recap »
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GCU Men
UNLV Men
180
118
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GCU Men
UC San Diego Men
161
137
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UNLV Women
UC San Diego W
186
112
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San Diego S W
UNLV Women
167
126
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San Diego S W
UC San Diego W
179
114
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UNLV Women
GCU Women
184
114
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UC San Diego W
GCU Women
160
138
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San Diego S W
GCU Women
188
105
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Boise State W
UNLV Women
173
126
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Boise State W
UC San Diego W
198
101
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Boise State W
GCU Women
202
97
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FSU men
FSC men
205
110
11/06/15 Recap »
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FSU women
UWF women
260
93
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FSU women
FSC women
298
49
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UWF women
FSC women
201
152
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FGCU women
FSU women
220.50
132.50
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FGCU women
FSC women
301
40
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SDSU (W)
USD (W)
33
24
09/18/15 Recap »
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Alabama (M)
Delta State (M)
213
49
09/11/15 Recap »
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Alabama (W)
Delta State (W)
219
42
09/11/15 Recap »
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Penn (W)
West Chester (W)
187
107
01/30/15 Recap »
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Penn (M)
West Chester (M)
172
122
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Missouri (W)
Drury (W)
135
87
01/23/15 Recap »
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Missouri (M)
Drury (M)
133
81
01/23/15 Recap »
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Missouri St (M)
Drury (M)
126
108
01/22/15 Recap »
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Drury (W)
Missouri St (W)
169
72
01/22/15 Recap »
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SJSU
UCSD
186
110
01/04/15 Recap »
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SJSU
Colorado Mesa
236
61
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UCSD
Colorado Mesa
219
81
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Tampa-M
Boston College-M
163
96
01/09/15 Recap »
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Tampa-W
Boston College-W
145.5
115.5
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Wheeling Jesuit Quietly Cuts Swimming & Diving Programs

Division II Wheeling Jesuit University has quietly removed swimming & diving from its athletics website, following an e-mail to alumni several months ago announcing the program would be cut.

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Oklahoma Christian Adds Chris Van Slooten & Adam Bowen As Assistants

Oklahoma Christian swimming coach Josh Davis has filled out his staff, announcing Wednesday that Chris Van Slooten and Adam Bowen will serve as assistant coaches. Van…

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Villanova Hires Ed Pretre As Assistant Coach

The Villanova women won their 4th-straight Big East Championship last year.

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Davenport Hires Vasquez As Women’s Head Coach

Justin Vasquez has been hired as the head coach of the new women’s swimming and diving program at Davenport University….

14 Swimmers Selected as Conference Nominees for NCAA Woman of the Year

2016 NCAA champion in the 200 backstroke Danielle Galyer is one of the swimmers selected to represent their conference.

West Chester Assistant, Golden Ram Head Coach Scott Elliott Passes

Scott Elliott married his long-time love Hillary days before his passing.

Concordia University Irvine Officially Joins NCAA

Concordia University Irvine (CUI) has received approval from the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) to become a full NCAA DII (Division II)…

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University Of Tampa Announces 21 New Swimmers For 2017-18 Season

The University of Tampa’s Men’s and Women’s swimming programs will bring in a stellar, well-rounded class of 21 new student-athletes…

The First 101 Verbal Commitments in the High School Class of 2018

It’s only July 12, 2017, but already 101 athletes have given their verbal commitments to class of 2022 swimming and…

Roberts Wesleyan Signs First Two Women’s Swimmers In Program History

Roberts Wesleyan’s new head swimming coach Sara Smith has announced the first ever signings in school history for the women’s…

Coleman’s Carpool: David Marsh gives us the scoop on San Diego (Video)

David Marsh got in the hot seat and shared with Swimswam his fascination with San Diego, what his plans are for Team Elite, his love of music, and what he mistakenly called President George W. Bush.

Florida Distance Freestyler Sam Hartle Commits to FIT for 2017-18

Sam Hartle of Lake Minneola High School and NTC Aquatics in Orlando, Florida, has committed to Florida Institute of Technology.

David Marsh to Take Head Coaching Role at UC San Diego

A credible source tells SwimSwam that David Marsh, the former head coach of SwimMAC Carolina, will be taking over the…

Reaction Time: 2018 Is By Far the Fastest Recruiting Class off the Blocks

As we approach July 1st, the date that had traditionally been the “starting block” for the college recruiting season, we notice…

California Bans University Travel To 8 States, Including Texas

Sport and politics may be intersecting in a new way in 2017, as the state of California has banned state employees (a banner that would include state-funded University athletic coaches) from using tax money to travel to states with laws considered discriminatory. The list of states currently stands at 8 and includes Texas, the largest of the contiguous United States.

CSCAA Announces 2016-17 Individual Scholar All Americans

In total, the Stanford Cardinal had the highest number of first team selections with 24 men and women combined.

Defying Expectations: Liz Cocker Qualifies For Deaflympics

“My parents always encouraged me to challenge those expectations,” Liz Cocker says.