Wisconsin’s women and Drury’s full team competed with Hawaii last night, with the Badgers winning against both teams and Hawaii prevailing over Drury.
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The final session of the Art Adamson Invite is here, and with it we should see some of the best races of the meet.
The Arizona Swimming and Diving team took care of business this weekend while both the men and women swept Denver and Hawaii.
The NCAA swim season is upon us, and it’s time for a time-honored tradition: SwimSwam’s staff predicting NCAA event champions half a year out.
Finals on night 6 include the women’s 800 free, men’s 100 fly, women’s 200 free, women’s 50 back, men’s 200 back, men’s 50 breast, men’s 4 x 200 free relay.
Gabby DeLoof already has gold medals in the 4×100 free relay, 4×200 free relay, and the 100 free and is the top seed in the 200 free.
Collins will arrive at Santa Barbara poised to score big points for the Gauchos at the conference meet in the 200 fly and 500 free.
With former University of Hawaii head coach Dan Schemmel making the leap to coach the Stanford men, Hawaii has filled his role with former assistant Elliot Ptasnik, who will now become the head coach for both men and women.
Schemmel comes to Stanford after three seasons at the helm of Hawai’i’s program and five as an assistant at Wisconsin.
The Mountain Pacific Sports Federation announced its men’s and women’s swimming and diving postseason awards.
Stanford’s Taylor Ruck will race Wisconsin’s Beata Nelson for the 200 back title.
With four of 2018’s top-10 finishers out of the NCAA, there’s room for some new blood in the mile.
Akron seems to be leading this charge of Mid-Major programs, having qualified 3 individual swimmers and 4 out of 5 relays to the meet.