“I am excited to see how our men perform against some tough competition,” Tiger head coach Pat Mead said. “This meet will give us an indication of our team’s character and toughness. I am confident they will step up to the challenge.”
Ryan Lochte (featured image) headlines the 2013 Duel in the Pool.
Shchukin (featured image, left), a sophomore from Krasnoyarsk, Russia, recorded two top-three finishes for the Bonnies at the WNY Invite including a first-place finish in the 100-yd freestyle with a time of 44.34.
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“We’ve built a really good team in and out of the pool to achieve those results,” said Cochrane, whose two medals in Barcelona (silver in the 1,500-m freestyle and bronze in the 800-m freestyle) made him Canada’s most decorated swimmer at the world championships.”
Potomac Marlins to Host Breast Cancer Fundraiser Event at PVS October Open at Lee District Rec. Center
The Potomac Marlins, a member of Potomac Valley Swimming, will host a Breast Cancer Awareness Fundraiser this weekend as part of the October Open at Lee District Recreation Center (October 18-20).
The University of Iowa women’s swimming and diving team opens its home dual slate Friday in Iowa City, Iowa, hosting Michigan State and Northern Iowa. The action will begin at 4 p.m. (CT) at the Campus Recreation and Wellness Center Pool.
SMU Women are back and ready to compete at the SMU Classic this weekend. Seniors Isabella Arcila and Nina Rangelova (featured image) and juniors Monika Babok and Nathalie Lindborg earned All-America honors for their performances in the 200-yard and 400-yard freestyle events at the 2013 NCAA Championships.
Paul Le helped the Bears to a second-place finish in the Show-Me Showdown at Missouri’s Mizzou Aquatics Center on Friday, Oct. 4 to open the season. He won the 100-yard backstroke in 48.50 and 200-yard individual medley in 1:49.26. His backstroke time was fourth in the country behind swimmers from Florida, Michigan and Florida State at the time of the meet.
New Miami Head Coach Andy Kershaw falls to fellow Florida team, FGCU, for the fourth time in school history Saturday afternoon. (Photo Credit: SMU).
Denison’s men took down Wabash in the season opening competition, with a number of freshman taking the limelight.
Big Red’s women are off to a strong start, but their best efforts weren’t enough to hold off the Division I competition from Toledo.
The East Carolina swimming and diving teams swept a dual meet with Davidson at Cannon Pool on the Davidson College campus Saturday. The men’s squad posted a 171.5-118.5 victory, while the women’s team claimed a 178-114 win.
In the second stop of the Hoosiers California trip, they fall again to the Stanford Cardinal. (Photo Credit: Dean Ottati)
WVU dominated the West Virginia Games this weekend, winning nearly every event at the meet. (Photo Credit: West Virginia Athletics)