The A3 Invite is a three-day NCAA format competition with standard NCAA 24-place scoring. The competition will be held at ELAC’s indoor 25-yard, 8-lane facility.
Senior Becca Weiland won two big races against Florida All-American Natalie Hinds to propel the Gophers to a dominating win over Florida.
The edition of Coaches’ Confidential spotlights Scott Whitbeck, Head Coach of the SUNY New Paltz men’s and women’s programs. This is his seventh year leading the Hawks, who swim in the Division III State University of New York Conference (SUNYAC).
Australia’s Mitch Larkin will head into the 2014 Short Course World Championships with all three Australian short course meters backstroking titles in…
Swimming Australia wasted no time in announcing their 20-swimmer roster for the 2014 Short Course World Championships that will take…
Chad Cradock, head coach of the University of Maryland-Baltimore County (UMBC), is currently in his 14th season at UMBC and just celebrated his 200th dual meet win as a head coach.
“This team continues to progress with each meet,” said Coach Tim Loeffler. “We asked a lot out of them this week and they responded well. They proved how tough they can be.”
Miami University women’s swim team climbed back to .500 after winning every event against Butler University en route to a 134-106 decision at the Nixon Aquatic Center Saturday afternoon.
The Vermont swimming and diving team defeated both Maine, 172-128, and Boston College, 206-94, in a tri-meet Saturday at Wallace Pool. The Catamounts improve to 4-1 on the year following the pair of victories.
The Air Force men’s swimming and diving team beat Grand Canyon University, 161.50-131.50, in a dual meet Saturday, Nov. 8, at the Cadet Natatorium, The women fell to Denver, 176-124, and Grand Canyon, 155-143.
The Eagles fell to Bowling Green, 155-145, while tying Oakland, 149-149. The Green and White’s record now stands at 3-1-1 (3-1 MAC), while the Golden Grizzlies are 6-1-1 and the Falcons hold a 2-0 (2-0 MAC) record.
Wabash split a pair of swimming and diving dual contests Saturday. The Little Giants defeated Manchester 219-18 in one half of the competition but lost to host Rose-Hulman 181-113.
Chaparral High School’s Ryan Hoffer swam the fastest 50 yard free by a 15-16 in history on Saturday at the Arizona High School State Championships meet.
The Russian short course nationals kicked off in Kazan, Russia this evening with a fast start to the five-day competition.