NCAA Division II

Grand Valley Ends Wayne State’s 9 Year Run in GLIAC Championships

For the first time in 9 years, the Grand Valley State University women won the GLIAC title, toppling Wayne State University who has had a stranglehold on the GLIAC title since 2010.


Memorial Service Announced for Late Drury Swimmer Wen “Ariel” Xu

Drury Univesrity has announced plans for a memorial service for swimmer Wen “Ariel” Xu, who died during a team practice…

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2017 NCAA Conference Championship Primer – Division II

February begins the onslaught of college conference championships. In preparation, we’ve put together a listing of championship meets in the NCAA’s Division II.


Tampa Pulls in Commitment from Houston’s Francesca Rusca

Francesca Rusca of Westside High School and Houston Swim Club has verbally committed to the University of Tampa for 2017-18.


Defending NCAA Division II Champion Dies During Drury Practice

Drury swimmer Wen Xu has passed away after suffering what is believed to have been a seizure during the team’s practice on Thursday.


Queens & Drury Top Division II Rankings At The End Of Dual Meet Season

A week out from the start of conference championships, the Queens University of Charlotte Men and Drury University Women remained…

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Watch: Ashland University’s Florida Winter Training Trip

This winter, Ashland University took their annual training trip to Palm Beach in Florida. Coming up for the squad is…

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638 Swim & Dive Teams Earn Fall 2016 CSCAA Scholar All-America Status

91 more teams earned Scholar All-America status for the fall of 2016 than did so a year ago, according to the College Swimming and Diving Coaches Association of America (CSCAA), which compiles the numbers.


Drury Coach Reynolds ‘Steps Back’ From Coaching To Develop Anti-Hazing Program

Drury’s head swimming & diving coach Brian Reynolds is “stepping back” from his regular duties until the school develops a new anti-hazing policy, according to a report from local ABC affiliate KSPR33.


Former Drury Swimmer Alleges Hazing Program That Ended His Career

Former Drury University swimmer Evan Petrich came forward last week with allegations that a team hazing ritual performed on him during his freshman season left him unable to continue his swimming career. Petrich says hazing that included being locked in a basement wearing nothing but a diaper, being forced to drink a glass of water that included a live goldfish and violent “chest rubs” ultimately left him with Conversion Disorder, PTSD and chest pains that ended his swimming career.


Watch: Carnegie Mellon Returns From Training Trip To Sweep Double-Dual

The Carnegie Mellon University men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams traveled to Miami, Florida, for their annual training trip…

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Bellarmine Announces Four Signees To Next Season’s Roster

Bellarmine Coach John Brucato announced a pair of signees to both the men’s and women’s swimming programs. Joining the Knights…

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01/16/17 In Briefs: Julian Fletcher Retires, GBR’s Kurle Moves To Bath

GBR’s Cameron Kurle (center) will be joining World Champion James Guy (right) at the Bath National Training Center.


Watch: East Stroudsburg Returns From Florida Training Trip

The East Stroudsburg swimming team returned from their winter training trip to Florida. In their first meet back in the…

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Several Swim Teams Flying Through Ft. Lauderdale Today, No Injuries Reported

Nebraska – Omaha, Ohio State and Minnesota State – Mankato are among the college swim teams flying through the Ft. Lauderdale airport today, the site of a shooting this morning. So far, sources from various teams have told SwimSwam all team members are OK.

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