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Omaha’s Stepp Collects Women’s Swimmer of the Week Honors

Stepp earns her first career Swimmer of the Week award after recording three individual first-place finishes to help the Mavericks defeat league foe South Dakota, 175-123.

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Anastasia Klyarovskaya Sets NCAA Division II Record

Anastasia Klyarovskay, a Delta State redshirt freshman, has broken the NCAA Division II Record in the 200 back on Monday evening.

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Missy Franklin films PSA for Boys Town Hotline

Olympic star Missy Franklin is appearing in a PSA for Boys Town Hotline, a counseling hotline for kids and adults.

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Nebraska women sweep Northern Iowa

Nebraksa saw 12 different women win an event while sweeping all the races.

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Delta State freshmen rewriting record book at home invite

The Delta State women lead while the Lindenwood men are in control with two days left to swim.

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Tampa breaks school records, leads Shark Invite after day two

The University of Tampa has broken three school records en route to the lead at the Shark Invite

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McCrory Travels to USA Diving Winter Nationals

McCrory will compete in the men’s 3-meter springboard event beginning with the preliminaries Wednesday, Dec. 18. The semifinals will also take place Wednesday, while the 3-meter final is slated for Saturday, Dec. 21 in Austin.

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Duke to Increase Women’s Swimming to Full Scholarship Status

The Duke women’s swim team has received a boost to its efforts with a new scholarship pool to play with. (Above: breaststroker Christine Wixted, who was 2nd at last year’s ACC Championship meet).

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South Dakota’s Hertting Earns Women’s Weekly Diving Award

Hertting collects her sixth Diver of the Week honor this season after winning both boards against Omaha. The freshman won the one-meter dive with 290.55 points and the three-meter with a score of 255.82.

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Louisville Men Climb Rankings

The Cardinals are coming off a strong showing at the Michigan Open and the AT&T US Short Course Nationals in Knoxville, where Joao De Lucca was crowned the national champion in the 200-free and Kelsi Worrell beat out two Olympians down the stretch in the 200-fly for the crown.

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Former Hawkeye Set for USA Diving Winter National Championships

Former University of Iowa diving standout Deidre Freeman will be in Austin, Texas, on Dec. 17-22for the USA Diving Winter National Championships.

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Wheaton Women Runners Up in Wheaton Invitational; Men Take Third

The Wheaton women’s and men’s swim teams finished second and third respectively at this weekend’s Wheaton Invitational. Washington (Mo.) University was victorious in both meets. The women’s team earned 786.5 team points to finish in second behind WashU’s 1057 points. The Wheaton men earned 618 points to finish behind WashU (1031) and UW-Stevens Point (704).

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All 31 Legal Relays Clear Indiana’s World Records in Last Prelims Session of 2013 Euro SC Championships

Above, the Danish women are seen celebrating their World Record in finals from an earlier relay. In prelims on Sunday, they broke another, by 19 seconds.

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Mustang Divers To Compete At U.S. Diving National Finals

The SMU men’s diving team is set to travel to Austin, Texas to compete in the U.S. Diving National Finals.

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Dr. Andrew Chadeayne Tells His Story of Inventing SwimSpray

FROM DR. CHADEAYNE: “SwimSpray’s best selling point is that it actually works – my hair isn’t crunchy or dead anymore. My skin doesn’t burn or itch. Getting the chlorine off after swimming feels great.”

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