Ploessel’s favorite quote: “Success is peace of mind which is a direct result of self-satisfaction in knowing you did your best to become the best that you are capable of becoming.”
The College Swimming Coaches Association of America has released its latest NCAA Division III dual meet polls, where the top contenders have stayed remarkably stable at the top.
This year marked the 34th annual Wheaton Invitational hosted by Wheaton IL. The two day meet was a prelims and…
CHICAGO, ILL. – Manchester University’s inaugural campaign produced another first Saturday, Dec. 6. MU’s women knocked off Eureka and Lincoln…
Emory junior Andrew Wilson had a great weekend at the Miami (OH) Invitational, breaking the Division III NCAA records in both the 100 and 200 yard breaststrokes.
The Miami Redhawks women won their home invite on Saturday night.
University of Cincinnati’s Jackie Keire earned two wins on the first day of the Miami University (OH) Invitational.
Eastern Michigan University’s men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams are set to host the EMU Invitational, Dec. 5-6, inside…
Wabash senior Carter Adams has spent years dreaming about the challenge of the Marine Corps. Whittier senior Kimberley Hallsted has been working with physical therapists and planning an epic backpacking trip. This is DIII.
SwimSwam’s got you covered, college swimming fans, with this list of rapid-fire breakdowns from each of the major college invites to happen last week.
Illinois Institute of Technology senior Billy Bafia had a chance to work with high profile software this summer. Mills College senior Gabriella Amberchan explored the passion of travel that a childhood spent boating imparted her with…and helped get a research paper published.
San Diego State coach Mike Shrader led his women to an invite win over the UCLA Bruins.
The 5-time defending NCAA Champion Emory women start the 2014-2015 season in the top position in the CSCAA poll.
Diver Brian Blum qualified for the NCAA regional meet in the spring as well as recording his first win this season on 3 meter en route to New York University’s first win over The College of New Jersey since the 2007-2008 season.
Both Mount Saint Mary College’s Danielle Rodriguez and Keene State’s Randy Dunton have taken rather roundabout ways towards their chosen career paths. Rodriguez decided on PA school through elimination; Dunton chose education after realizing his affinity for coaching and tutoring.