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Arizona Downs NAU & WSU, NAU Beats WSU For 3rd Time In Program History

The Arizona women picked up wins against NAU and Washington State, while NAU beat WSU for just the 3rd time in program history.

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Jake Newmark Triples As Wisconsin Badgers Sweep the Arizona Wildcats

The Wisconsin Badgers swept the Arizona Wildcats, led on the men’s side by triple-event winner and Big Ten Champion Jake Newmark.

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Triple Winners House and Marchand Help ASU Men Top Arizona

Grant House won the 200 freestyle, 100 freestyle, and 200 IM in ASU’s final dual meet against University of Arizona. The Sun Devil men defeated the Wildcats.

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4x Oregon 6A State Finalist Zoey Dodson Commits to New Mexico State University

Fly and distance free specialist Zoey Dodson have announced her deicison to swim for New Mexico State University beginning in the fall of 2021.

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U.S. Open Qualifier Nadia Bouraoui Makes Verbal Pledge to Arizona for 2021-22

Breaststroke specialist Nadia Bouraoui from Santa Clara Swim Club has sent a verbal commitment to the University of Arizona’s class of 2025.

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Oregon 6A Runner-up Anna Jorgensen Commits to Arizona Wildcats

Anna Jorgensen will follow her father, Olympic gold medalist Dan Jorgensen (USC), into the Pac-12 when she begins at Arizona.

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Returning Conference Points: Stanford Returns 19 of 20 Relay Legs In W Pac-12

The Pac-12 brings in three of the top five recruiting classes nationwide on the women’s side, and a young Stanford team gets even tougher.

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Jesuit Sweeps Oregon 6A State Titles; Dobler Downs 50 Free State Record

Aloha’s Kaitlyn Dobler, a USC commit, took down multiple State Records and a National Public High School Record at the Oregon 6A State Championships.

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Grace Anderson Gives Verbal Nod to Arizona for 2020-21

Grace Anderson, formerly from CA and now in TX, has verbally committed to the University of Arizona for 2020-21.

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Jesuit Boys and Girls Win Oregon HS 6A Titles

One of the bigger swims of the weekend came from Aloha’s Kaitlin Dobler, who clocked a 1:00.92 to win the 100 breast.

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