The West Florida women’s swimming team had a strong start to its 2014-15 season on Thursday at the UWF Aquatic Center, as the Argonauts went 1-1 against a pair of Division I opponents. UWF topped North Florida 175-87 and fell to Vanderbilt 141-113.
The meet will start at 4 p.m., and fans not able to attend in person will be able to follow the action with live video and live results at www.GoArgos.com.
Lady Cardinals claim the program’s first two victories in a tri-meet with Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (GLIAC) opponents Tiffin University and Malone University.
University of West Florida swimming and diving head coach Andrew Hancock previews the 2014-15 swimming and diving season in this preseason video. Hancock talks about new additions to the squad, team goals and expectations for the program’s second season.
The Michigan State swimming and diving team defeated Grand Valley and Denison Saturday afternoon.
Freshman Sam McHugh won two titles and broke two pool records for Tennessee, as several professional athletes from SwimMAC made appearances at the Tennessee-Queens dual meet.
A healthy Missy Franklin showed up in Florida alongside her Cal teammates, who eschewed the meet’s “All-Florida” title. After back spasms interrupted her summer, Franklin’s health is paramount to Cal’s success this season.
Liz Pelton swam ahead of Missy Franklin for the top seed in the women’s 200 back.
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North Carolina State wrapped up team wins at the 3rd annual All-NC Invite, dominating the final two sessions on Saturday.
NC State won 9 of the 10 swimming events at the meet’s opening session and swept the diving boards to jump to an early team points lead on both sides.
Carson-Newman broke five school records on Tuesday night, at their intrasquad meet.
Sprint freestyler Austin Hussain has verbally committed to swim for Fresno Pacific next season.
Shannon Fitzsimmons will stay within the state of Massachusetts to begin her college career next season, jumping from Crimson Aquatics to the defending Northeast Conference (NEC) champion Assumption College Greyhounds.
The Northern Michigan pool will get a little more crowded beginning int he fall of 2015.