Previews & Recaps

2014 Big Ten Women’s Championships: Minnesota three-peats on Kierra Smith 200 breast win

The Golden Gophers won the conference at home on a big final night that saw conference records from Wisconsin’s Ivy Martin and Indiana’s Gia Dalesandro.

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2014 ACC Women’s Championships: Reaney’s American record 200 breast steals show as Virginia repeats

Courtney Bartholomew led the Virginia Cavaliers to their 7th consecutive conference title, although the team battle was overshadowed by Notre Dame’s Emma Reaney, who broke the American record in the 200 breast.


USC Rolls Utah, But Soedel Impresses in Uytengsu Debut

In the first official meet at the newly-remodeled Uytengsu Aquatic Center, USC cruised past Utah, though Utah’s Soedel stole some of the spotlight with a pair of impressive 100 freestyles.

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2014 Patriot League Championships Day Four: Up/Down – Exciting Battle for Second

The Midshipmen women and men continue to dominate the 2014 Patriot League Championship, but excitement is building over who will finish second. Bucknell women are hoping to lock up their position tonight, while Army is looking to overtake Boston University in the men’s meet.

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2014 Big Ten Women’s Championships: Ivy Martin 48.0 on day 3 prelims, will showdown with Ackman

Ivy Martin and Alyson Ackman were 48-low in prelims, making for a great finals showdown tonight. Indiana qualified 10 A finalists in trying to cut down Minnesota’s big team lead.

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2014 AAC Championships Day 4 prelims: Kylliainen looks to go 3-for-3 for unbeaten week

Louisville stayed hot on the final day of prelims at the AAC Championships, breaking more pool records and taking top seeds in 7 of the 8 events. Tanja Kylliainen is the top 200 flyer, looking for her third conference title of the meet.

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UNYSCSA Day IV – Stevens Men and Ithaca Women Finish Strong

On the final night of the UNYSCSA Championships, a few more records fell, and the Stevens men and Ithaca women claimed the overall leads, culminating in a victory. On the men’s side, the runners up in point totals were Ithaca. For the women, it was Stevens.

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2014 Women’s Ivy League Championships Day Three: Up/Mid/Down – Still the Princeton-Harvard Show

Brown University’s Katherine Moran Coleman Aquatics Center is the site of the 2014 Women’s Ivy League Championships. As in past years, it has turned into a heated battle between Princeton and Harvard for the crown. The last session begins tonight at 6:00 p.m.

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2014 ACC Women’s Championship Photo Vault, Day 3

Cari Blalock congratulates Emma Nunn on a UNC 1-2 finish in the 400 IM at 2014 ACC Championships.

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Four New Ohio High School State Records Set In Divisional Prelims Thursday & Friday

Ohio High School State Championships are underway this weekend in Canton, Ohio. Division I Cincinnati Ursuline set two of four records – Emily Slabe, pictured on left, and the 200 freestyle relay (not pictured).


2014 MPSF Conference Night 3

Full recap of Night 3 at the MPSF Championships, where Davis and BYU have comfortable leads on the women and men sides of the team race.

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2014 NEC Championships Day Three – Wagner Alone at the Top, Tough Battle for 2-4

Wagner increased its lead over its Northeast Conference foes on Day Three of the NEC Championships. Bryant and Saint Francis University overtook Central Connecticut State at the battle for second through fourth intensified.

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2014 Summit League Championships Day Three – Denver Men and Women Extend Lead

University of Denver’s Sam Corea won two events on Day Three of the Summit League Championships at IUPUI.

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2014 ACC Women’s Championship: Virginia and UNC trade blows on day 3, Reaney rebreaks record

The Virginia Cavalier women crushed the ACC Record in the 400 medley relay on Friday night by three seconds.

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UNYSCSA Day III – Ducks and Bombers Lead Men and Women

The second to last night of the UNYSCSA championships saw records falling on both men’s and women’s side as the swimming got very intense and the rivalries were lived.

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