14-year old Justin Bolsen made it all the way to the semi-finals of the Jeopardy! Teen Tournament, earning $10,000 for his effort.
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The Northern Kentucky Clippers have named Chad Rehkamp as head coach. Rehkamp has been with the Clippers for 20 years, most recently as associate head coach.
Auburn junior Santiago Grassi posted a 51.88 this weekend to lower his former Argentina national record of 52.02 from last July.
Florman was a star in the Missouri Valley Conference, earning MVC Swimmer of the Year for this past season.
St. Thomas head coach John Barnes will have to sit out the first three meets of the 2020 high school season, as well as the entire postseason.
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Fox Valley Park District Riptide’s Leah Hayes is continuing to dominate the age group ranks – at just 13 years old – earning her first Olympic Trials cut.
47-year-old Steve West has done it again, this morning lowering his own month-old masters world record in the 100 LCM breaststroke down to 1:04.84.
The meet is Maxime Rooney’s 2nd since announcing that he will transfer from Florida to Texas for the 2019-2020 NCAA season.
The plan is for Norm Wright to take over the program that produced, among others, 2016 Olympic gold medalist Townley Haas.
Louise Hansson (above) broke the Meet Record in the 50 fly on Sunday morning, while Caeleb Dressel took out the 100 fly mark.
After posting a lifetime best 200 free on the first day of the NAC Summer Sizzler, former Texas Longhorn Sam Stewart scratched the rest of the meet.
College dual meet season is over, but Cal and Stanford partook in an electric battle with some big times on Saturday in Berkeley.
Caeleb Dressel stormed to #4 in the world in the 50 free while Breeja Larson cracked the top 10 times in the world in the 50 breast.