Megan Woods has committed to swim for DIII Misericordia University and will begin her collegiate career fall 2021. She will join the Cougars’ class of 2025.
The SCAD women’s swimming & diving team are the defending NAIA National Champions. They now won’t begin training until late November at the earliest.
Louisville and Virginia led all Division I women’s teams with 16 First-Team Selections, while Texas led on the Division I men’s side with 17.
Sprint specialist Ben DuBay has announced his decision to swim for the Hope College Dutchmen beginning in the 2020-2021 season.
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MIT will only bring primarily rising seniors back to campus for the fall semester. No decision’s been made yet about training for winter sports like swimming.
ICE announced that international students facing entirely online course loads must leave the country or transfer schools.
NCAA Division III program UMass Dartmouth announced that it was cutting 8 varsity programs immediately – in spite of being July 1 already.
The school is the second in the NESCAC to cancel fall sports competitions, joining Bowdoin College, but will allow some small-group practicing.
Burchill is a 2-time World University Games Gold Medalist, 2-time World Championship Gold Medalist, and 20-time NCAA All-American.
The conference will only allow its teams to compete with each other and require at least four of its schools to sponsor a sport for play to occur.
The Emory swimming & diving program raised $4,775 for the Atlanta Solidarity Fund, which focuses on supporting those arrested for protesting social injustice.
Bowdoin College canceled fall and winter sports for the fall semester of 2020 – that includes the first half of the season for its swimming & diving teams.
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