Former NCAA Champion Austin Surhoff has been named a volunteer assistant at the University of Virginia. He spent last season as…
Abby Brethauer, the head coach of the men’s and women’s swimming programs at the University of Mary Washington for the past eight seasons, has been hired as the Associate head coach of both teams at Tufts University.
Nancy Bigelow (left) has spent 36 of her 43 years in college coaching with Tufts.
For the first time in nearly three decades the Plymouth State University women’s swimming and diving team will have a new leader, as long time head coach Al Switzer has announced his resignation effective at the conclusion of the 2017-18 academic year.
The Bryant University women’s swimming and diving and men’s basketball teams were honored with Northeast Conference Team Sportsmanship Awards for the 2017-18 season, as announced Wednesday by the NEC office.
Dr. John Patnott, long-time Hope College men’s and women’s swimming & diving coach, is retiring after one more season and turning over the program he founded to a former Hope swimmer.
Based on Stanford’s dominant 2018 NCAA performance, it comes as no surprise that they led the country with 16 different athletes garnering All-American honors in diving, individual performances, or as part of relays.
Kenyon College freshman Crile Hart was named the Collegiate Women Sports Awards (CWSA) Division III Honda Sports Award for swimming & diving, the organization announced earlier this week.
MSU-Moorhead sponsors only a women’s team, which competes in NCAA’s Division II. The Dragons finished 5th at the 2018 NSIC Championships out of the 7 teams competing.
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Under Parini’s leadership, Denison won their 4th national title by the largest margin in school history.
Under Howell’s leadership, Emory’s women broke 4 NCAA Division III records and won 6 events.
Emory broke 4 NCAA Division III records en route to winning the team title.
Denison won the meet by by the biggest margin they ever have, 227 points.
The Emory quartet of juniors Fiona Muir and Meg Taylor and seniors Ming Ong and Cindy Cheng lowered the NCAA Division III Record in the women’s 4×100 free relay by 1.1 seconds with 3:18.46.