West Chester earned its 21st consecutive Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference Men’s Swimming Championship, while the Golden Ram women picked up their 13th straight crown.
The Delta State Statesmen repeated as conference champions in dominating fashion as they defeated Lindednwood by over 200 points. On the women’s side, the Lady Statesmen came up just a bit short falling to Lindenwood by 26 points.
Five thousand six hundred thirty five days we met in the Hudsonville High School pool. Somehow in the midst of all those around you, you were able to call me and make me feel special and free.
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St. Cloud State won its fourth NSIC Swimming & Diving Championship in the last five years as the Huskies amassed 950.5 points to knock off defending NSIC Championships of Minnesota State (902.5).
The Mavericks of Colorado Mesa earned both the men’s and women’s team title as the men broke the RMAC men’s team score. This marked the third time in men’s program history and a first on the women’s side.
2019 Suncoast Conference Championships February 7th-9th, 2019 Orlando, FL Full Results The Keiser Seahawks captured their first-ever team titles at…
Less than three years after announcing that men’s swimming was cut, Adams State University is reinstating the program for the 2019-2020 school year, sources tell SwimSwam.
15 out of the school’s 17 sports were involved; the list of 15 sports or results that will be impacted have not yet been announced in its entirety.
2019 Northeast-10 Championships February 7th-10th, 2019 Worcester, MA Results Championship Central The Northeast-10 Championships closed with records made and streaks…
In a whirlwind of a Great Lakes Valley Conference Championships, Drury women took their 3rd consecutive team title, while U Indy men defended their title from last year as well.
Francesca Falzon Young, who lives in Dubai and swims for Malta internationally, has announced her verbal commitment to UCSD for 2019-20.
Queens men and women won their 5th consecutive BMC title on Saturday night in Charlotte.
Marius Kusch took a .15 bite out of the NCAA Division II record in the 100 free with 42.29 at BMC Championships.
Queens University of Charlotte senior Marius Kusch won the 100 fly on Day 3 of Bluegrass Mountain Conference Championships with 44.81, setting new records for BMC and NCAA Division II.