NCAA to consider new 6-year policy on certain transfers in lieu of waiver system

Instead of granting waivers to allow certain transferring athletes to compete immediately for a new school, the new policy would have those athletes sit out a season in exchange for a full-year extension to their eligibility window.


Florida Adds Uruguayan World Championship Qualifier to 2013-2014 Roster

In his weekly press conference, Gregg Troy discussed a new addition to his men’s program at Florida.

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Mustang Swimmers & Divers Set To Host The SMU Classic

SMU gets its full team back together for just the second time since November when the Mustangs host the annual SMU Classic in Perkins Natatorium.


Gustavus Crushes Carleton; Resets Records at Luther

Gustavus Adolphus women’s swimming and diving team took charge on Friday – their Senior Night. The women’s team crushed Carleton, 212-82, and the Gusties recorded 13 event victories on their way to a win. Then the day after, they swam at Luther and broke five pool records.

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Iowa Men Ready for Double Dual

The No. 23 University of Iowa men’s swimming and diving team hosts No.16 Indiana and No. 7 Missouri in a double dual on Jan. 18. The meet is slated to begin at 11 a.m. (CT) inside the Campus Recreation and Wellness Center.

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Louisville’s Piner, Cincinnati’s Keire Win AAC Athlete of the Week Honors

PROVIDENCE, R.I. – The American Athletic Conference presented weekly awards Tuesday to Louisville’s Sean Piner and Cincinnati’s Jackie Keire. Piner was…

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Grand Canyon Sweeps WAC Women’s Athlete of the Week Awards

DENVER — Grand Canyon’s Hannah Kastigar and Bakersfield’s Carlee Burks have been named the Western Athletic Conference Women’s Swimmer and Diver…

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Reaney, McCrory Each Grab 4th ACC Swimmer of the Week Honors of 2013-2014 Season

Emma Reaney and the Notre Dame women will be a huge factor at the 2014 ACC Championships.

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Schuber named interim head coach at Trinity while John Ryan is on leave

Trinity University has named assistant coach Michael Schuber interim head coach while current head coach John Ryan recovers from multiple eye surgeries.

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Wheaton IL Hosts Quad Meet – Women First, Men Fourth

The men and women of Wheaton IL hosted the Wheaton Quadrangular Meet at Chrouser Natatorium this past Saturday. The women posted an overall win with 561 points while the men’s team finished in fourth with 434 points. Lake Forest won the men’s meet.

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Arena Becomes Official Technical Sponsor of University of Texas Women’s Swimming

“The University of Texas Women’s Team is an accomplished and talented group of athletes, and we are proud to officially add them to Team Arena,” said Tim McCool, vice president and general manager of Arena North America.”

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CSU-Pueblo hires coach for brand new swimming program

Colorado State University – Pueblo has hired Brian Pearson as the first head coach of its newly-created women’s swimming and diving program.


MIT Rings in First Meet of New Year With Victory Over Coast Guard

MIT’s men’s team began the 2014 portion of its season with a dominating win over Coast Guard on Saturday afternoon, taking home the victory 203.5-74.5. The meet included atypical events – such as 50s of strokes – and the team finished the day with victories in 14 of the 16 contested events.

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VIDEO: Q&A with Virginia’s Charlotte Clarke

Virginia Athletics talks with senior backstroker Charlotte Clarke.

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Piner Named AAC Diver of the Week

Piner swept the diving events as Louisville earned a victory over conference foe Cincinnati. In the 1-meter springboard the sophomore scored a 267.35, finishing over 30 points ahead of the nearest competitor. He then won the 3-meter diving with a 326.75, recording an NCAA Zone Cut.

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