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It wasn’t only the medal-winners who had something to celebrate at the conclusion of the 2014 Bluegrass Mountain Conference championships…
The Wingate Bulldogs’ men’s and women’s teams were both crowned 2014 Bluegrass Mountain Conference champions.
The Ephs won all but one event on their way through the final evening, en route to the NESCAC title, taking it away from defending champion Amherst.
The final morning of the 2014 Bluegrass Mountain Conference championship is in the books and the women have established new…
After three days of seriously fast swimming, Big Red extends its winning streak at the Conference Championships to six years running.
The 2014 Bluegrass Mountain Conference championship has gone back to a prelims/finals format for the remaining two days of the…
Special thanks to Michael Sanders of Limestone for adding color to SwimSwam’s coverage of the Bluegrass Mountain Conference championship. Johns…
Williams’ women have been on fire this weekend, and tonight only gave them room to extend their lead over their competitors. Williams is looking strong, with a lead over 400 points, the night before the final day of competition.
After the first night of the women’s NESCAC championships, Williams leads by nearly 200 points, and looks to continue that way for the remainder of the meet.
NCAC Champs Day II – Dignan Breaks Another National Record; Denison Men and Kenyon Women Still Leading
During day two of the NCAC Champs, Denison’s men have widened the gap between themselves and the Lords, while the Big Red women have begun to chip away at the lead established by the Ladies on the first day.
Three individual and three relay records went down in the first session of the Bluegrass Mountain Conference championship meet in Charlotte, North Carolina.
This evening, we exchanged emails with Notre Dame College head coach Mark Dziak, who is the president of the Appalachian Swimming…
Records have been falling like flies after the first day of racing at the NCAC Championships, hosted by Denison University in their home pool, the Trumbull Aquatic Center. The Denison men and Kenyon women are currently leading after Day I.
Three records fall over first two days of MIAA Championships to Calvin College’s Waugh, Calvin relay and Kalamazoo’s Edsall
Calvin College broke the men’s 800 free relay conference record, and on the women’s side Erika Waugh broke the 100 backstroke mark twice on Thursday. Kalamazoo also got in on the action with Tristyn Edsall breaking the 50 free record in prelims.