Ryan Netzel

Missouri Wins 11 of 14 Events on Day 3 of 2021 Mizzou Invite

Missouri’s Ben Patton knocked more than two seconds off his lifetime best in the 200 breaststroke on Friday to win at the Tigers’ home invite.

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Wyoming Women Lose to Colorado State; Both Teams Top Colorado Mesa

The Colorado State women extended its win streak over CMU and Wyoming, though the Wyoming men and women took home wins against CMU.

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Wyoming Men & Women Sweep Short-Handed Denver Pioneers

Denver brought only 7 male swimmers to the meet as a result of COVID-19 safety protocols within the team. Wyoming’s Max Young (above) swam two lifetime bests.

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Brandon Samaniego of Irvine NOVA to Swim for Wyoming in 2020-21

Irvine Novaquatics distance swimmer Brandon Samaniego is headed to Laramie, Wyoming to swim for the Cowboys in 2020-21.

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2020 WACs Day 4: NAU Women Take 7th-Straight Title; Air Force Men Win

Northern Arizona freshman Lainie Bell had a breakthrough swim in the 200 back, completing a sweep of the WAC backstroke titles.

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Air Force Men, Cal Baptist Women Lead; 2020 WAC Day 2 is Scored as Timed Finals

Due to a water main break, Thursday finals of the 2020 WAC Championships were cancelled. Yesterday’s prelims were scored as timed finals.

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Wyoming Tops Colorado School of Mines in Friday Dual

The Wyoming swimming squads were in action Friday taking on the Colorado School of Mines. The men’s won 111.5-93.5 while the women earned a 133-72 victory.

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Wyoming Squeaks Past Air Force Men 159-141, Bests Air Force Women 174-126

Both the Cowboy and Cowgirl swimming and diving teams earned their first conference victories of the season Friday night in Laramie, besting Air Force.

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13-Year-Old Lucy Thomas Earns Trials in 100 Breast at Minneapolis Sectionals

During the third day of the Minneapolis Sectionals, 13-year-old Lucy Thomas earned her first Trials cut in the 100 breast and climbs up the rankings.

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3x MSHSAA State Champion Grant Sloan Verbally Commits to Wyoming

Grant Sloan, a senior at Kearney High School in Kearney, Missouri, has signed an NLI to swim for the University of Wyoming beginning in the 2018-19 season.

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IHSA Finalist Ryan Netzel Verbally Commits to Wyoming

Ryan Netzel of Plainfield High School and Delta Aquatics in Illinois has verbally committed to the University of Wyoming for next…

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