The Missouri State Bears swam two workouts with TCU at the 2013 Oklahoma Splash Bash, while simultaneously competing against the Horned Frogs in a two day meet.
Dax Hill will be among the pros lining up for a big payday in Oklahoma City.
Coach Tramel. “When I first arrived here at Marshall, I talked about building a champion and that’s exactly what we’re doing.”
Bilis, a native of Panevezys, Lithuania, captured the 200 freestyle event with a time of 1:46.63, finishing first of 12 swimmers in the final.
Iowa took home Swimmer and Diver of the Week, while the freshman award went to Nebraska for the first time.
“We are very excited about this talented group both academically and athletically,” said UI head coach Marc Long. “We expect this group to make a significant impact on the team and at the Big Ten and NCAA level.”
“The 2014 incoming women’s class is a very impressive group both academically and athletically,” said UI head coach Marc Long. “This is a very exciting class and should make a big impact on the team.”
The Delta State freshmen kept charging, adding an NCAA record to their haul at a home invite win.
Morton coached his teams to 20 conference titles while amassing 44 winning seasons. With 377 wins, the Viking Hall of Famer is the winningest coach in the history of Cleveland State University.
Head Coach Sean Schimmel: “As Razorbacks, we have a ‘Team First’ mentality, and each and every one of these new team members has the opportunity to impact the future of Arkansas swimming and diving in a significant way.” (Featured Image: Arkansas at UNT Relays)
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.
Anastasia Klyarovskay, a Delta State redshirt freshman, has broken the NCAA Division II Record in the 200 back on Monday evening.
Olympic star Missy Franklin is appearing in a PSA for Boys Town Hotline, a counseling hotline for kids and adults.
Nebraksa saw 12 different women win an event while sweeping all the races.
The Delta State women lead while the Lindenwood men are in control with two days left to swim.