Distance freestyle specialist Meg Susil already has best times that would qualify her for the NCAA Division III National Championship meet.
Under longtime head coach Brian Loeffler, the Greyhounds swim team has had a worldwide impact far beyond what one might typically expect from a mid-major team.
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Luke Johnson, a film major at Johns Hopkins University, shared his senior thesis/capstone project
In June of 2016, I retired from Johns Hopkins after coaching there for 31 years.
Seven-time NCAA Division III Coach of the Year George Kennedy will step out of retirement and join Loyola University Maryland…
Olympic medalist Katie Hoff, who retired from competitive swimming in December 2015, was inducted into the Maryland Swimming Hall of Fame this past weekend.
Former Stanford assistant coach Scott Armstrong (pictured on the left) will return to his alma mater, Johns Hopkins, to take over the head coaching job with the men’s and women’s teams.
The recently-retired George Kennedy was honored as a recipient of the CSCAA’s Lifetime Achievement Award.
Watch as the Blue Jays of Johns Hopkins University get hyped for this year’s NCAA Division III Championships.
George Kennedy has led the Johns Hopkins team to 29 event championships in 31 years with the program.
In this video, Johns Hopkins freshman swimmer Gwynnie LaMastra demonstrates the “breaststroke connectedness” drill described in the article “What All Great Breaststrokers Do (that the rest don’t).”
Johns Hopkins Head Coach George Kennedy was named the World’s 36th Greatest Leader by Fortune Magazine, joining leaders such as Pope Francis, Bill Clinton, Alan Mullaly, the Dalai Lama, and many others.
Too Hot to Handle: Fire Alarm Interrupts the Victory Proceedings at the DIII NCAA Champs; Final Wrap Up
During the final announcements of point totals and the team celebrations, the fire alarm went off in the IUPUI Natatorium,…