Coming out of a season full of both unsettling defeat and ultimate triumph, the Williams women’s swim team looks ahead to the upcoming year with excitement and determination. With their freshly minted batch of 11 freshmen, the Ephs reflect upon their last season, while also eagerly awaiting the intensity of the new one.
Andrew Delahunty from the Spartaquatics swim club in Greer, South Carolina issued a verbal commitment to Denison University for next…
Colorado State won the final two events Saturday to come from behind and beat Northern Arizona, 152-148, at Moby Pool….
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Sadie Nennig gave the Emory Eagles one of 17 event wins against the Savannah College of Art and Design on Friday. The Eagles won the meets on both the men and women’s sides.
The Calvin men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams hosted non-conference rival Wheaton Saturday afternoon inside the Venema Aquatic Center….
Albion College earned first place points in seven events Friday, but it had enough athletes to earn a 137-98 victory over the Division II program from Tiffin University.
Kevin Hays, a sophomore at WashU, is one of the best Rubix cubers in history.
Swim coaches often have to ‘lay down the law’ with their athletes when it comes to grades, behavior, practice attendance,…
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It was a busy Saturday for the Gustavus men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams. While half the squad was in Winona, Minn. taking part in the Saint Mary’s University Invitational, the other half was in Eau Claire, Wis. competing in the UW-Eau Claire Invitational.
The CMS Stags and Athenas won seven of ten events en route to a team victory at the Whittier Co-ed Relays on Saturday. The four-team competition featured a unique set of relays, each of which alternated male and female competitors.
The Wheaton men’s and women’s swim teams continued their opening weekend of the 2013-14 swim season with a dual meet against the University of Chicago on Saturday afternoon. Chicago was victorious in both meets, winning the men’s meet 147-97 and the women’s meet 130-118.
“Andrew compliments Brad,” Albion Coach Jake Taber said. “In a meet that was going to be close we could split those guys and win extra events.”
The Johns Hopkins women’s swim team won eight of 13 swimming events to earn wins over Marywood and St. Francis (PA) at the annul Thomas Murphy Invitational. Hopkins defeated Marywood, 270-87, and St. Francis, 225-106, but suffered a 207-156 loss to host Loyola as the Blue Jays improve to 3-1 on the season.