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Eric Hansen Speaks to Sioux City Newspaper; Describes Mental Fatigue

Former Arizona head coach Eric Hansen has made his first public comments since resigning from Arizona.

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Assumption College Upends SoConn State Women For First Northeast 10 Title; SoConn State Men Roll

The Assumption College women and the Southern Connecticut State men opened up conference championship season over the weekend by winning…

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VIDEO: Florida Head Coach Gregg Troy Looks Ahead to 2014 SEC Championships

Last year, Florida head coach Gregg Troy celebrated an SEC title with his men’s team in College Station.

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JHU’s Final Races Going into Bluegrass Mountain Champs

The Jays of Johns Hopkins faced off against some DI competition on Saturday and Sunday in the final meet of their regular season before the Bluegrass Mountain Championships, February 12-15.

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Final Competition for MIT before NEWMAC Champs

MIT’s men’s swimming and diving team raced well on the second day of the non-scoring Wheaton Invitational on Saturday, ending the weekend with multiple wins. Junior Ben Bauchwitz (Hershey, Pa.) led the Cardinal and Gray with three individual wins throughout the day. This meet, which was against Wheaton College, Clark University and WPI, was the last meet that the Engineers will race in until the NEWMAC Championships at the end of this month.

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EC Lions end season with Win

The Emmanuel College Lions finished in first place in 9 out of 10 events against Warren Wilson College.

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Still no Giles Smith as Zona drops ASU in season finale and Demont’s official head coaching debut

Arizona State hosted desert rival Arizona in a dual Saturday, the last meet for both Pac-12 foes before the conference championships. The visiting Wildcats picked up two resounding wins – the women triumphed 171.5-105.5, while the men, swimming for a second straight week without star butterflyer Giles Smith, won 158.5-116.5.

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Frank Dyer Breaks School Record in First 1000 Free of Season as Notre Dame Tops Cleveland State

Frank Dyer of the Notre Dame Fighting Irish broke the school record in the 1000 free on Saturday, despite being a race he doesn’t train all that often.

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University of Toronto Wins OUA Championships

The UofT men ended up winning the meet with 959 points to McMasters 746. Western was third behind McMaster with 659…

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Richter Defends 200 Butterfly Crown at Landmark Conference Championships

Morgan Richter repeated in the 200-yard butterfly tonight at the 2014 Landmark Conference Swimming & Diving Championships. He’s only the second male swimmer in the history of Goucher’s swimming program to have earned three conference titles.

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Touchouts abound as Stanford men top USC on the road

Stanford’s Tom Kremer out-touched USC’s Dimitri Colupaev in the 100 free, one of many tight races at the men’s-only dual.

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Virginia sweeps 31 of 32 events vs Pitt in Charlottesville

The Cavaliers won every event except the men’s 100 fly, where Pitt’s David Sweeney pulled off a touchout for the Panthers.

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Michigan men post some off-event wins in sweep of Michigan State

The Michigan Wolverine men got to try out a new-look lineup in their regular season-ending dual meet with Michigan State Saturday. The defending NCAA champs threw some big names into some interesting off events in winning all 16 events vs the Spartans at home.

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Indiana’s Seniors Sent Out in Style; Danny Tucker Dominates

The Hoosiers claim victory on senior day despite Tucker’s dominant performances.

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2014 Conference Champ Primer – Division III

It’s that time of year again, when teams start resting up, shaving down and digging out the fast suits. Here’s a listing of conferences, with competing teams, dates, location and some information on the rivalries to watch in Division III this season.

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