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The men and women from Boston University completed a sweep of the ECAC Swimming and Diving Championships for the first time program history this weekend. It was the second ECAC crown for the women and the first for the Terrier ...
The annual rite that is the Academic All-American All-Academic Team has been release by the College Swim Coaches Association of America. Four hundred and fifty seven teams, representing 318 different institions were recognized fo
Five conference MVP's, one broken NCAA record and a sweep against #2 ranked-Stanford were some of the accolades collected by this week's Counsilman-Hunsaker National Collegiate Swimmers-of-the-Week. Caitlin LEverenz of California, Mohamed Hussein of
For the third-straight week the University of Florida women and University of Michigan men's swimming teams lead the Endless Pools / CollegeSwimming.com Top 25. The Gators will begin their quest for a SEC title tomorrow in College Station, Tex
@ University of Maine
UMBC celebrated its ninth title in 10 years at the 2013 America East swimming and diving championships while the New Hampshire women were atop the standings for the first time since 2006. For the Wildcats, it was their fifth title ...
In an action packed day, the women's 400-yard medley relay stole the show as New Hampshire and UMBC continue to battle for first place in the standings. Just 1.5 points seperate the two squads heading into the final day. On ...
A record-setting performance in the 200-yard individual medley helped the New Hampshire women take a lead on day two of the America East swimming and diving championships. After 15 events, the Wildcats have racked up 331 points, maintaining a 32.5 ...
The America East swimming and diving championships got off to a fast start as all four relay events produced new pool records. The highlight of the day was the New Hampshire women's 800 freestyle relay team shattering the meet and ...
Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic AssociationMen's Athlete - Andrew Larson, HopeWomen's Athlete - Libby Westrate, Hope
The UMBC men’s swimming and diving team finished off its second-ever undefeated dual meet season, besting East Carolina 168-132, Saturday afternoon at UMBC Aquatic Complex. The win improves the men’s record to an unblemished 7-0 while the women fell
America East ConferenceMen's Swimmer - Pierre De Waal, UMBCMen's Diver - Andrew Eckhoff, UMBCWomen's Swimmer - Jennifer Roberts, New HampshireWomen's Diver - Kara Capossela, MaineAppalachian Swimming ConferenceMen's Swimmer - E
America East ConferenceMen's Swimmer - Mohamed Hussein, UMBCMen's Diver - Andrew Eckhoff, UMBCWomen's Swimmer - Claire Barron, UMBCWomen's Diver - Corinna Darelius, UMBCAppalachian Swimming ConferenceMen's Swimmer - Daniel Bowm
Six different Retrievers won multiple events and the women’s squad swept the relay competitions as the UMBC swimming and diving teams downed Old Dominion, Saturday afternoon at the UMBC Aquatic Complex. The Retriever men defeated the Monarchs 160
BALTIMORE, MD USA
Three UMBC divers – sophomores Ryan Green (Ellicott City, Md./Centennial) and Katie Bean (Mechnicsville, Va./Atlee) and freshman Corinna Darelius (Rye, N.Y./Rye) – qualified for the NCAA Zones diving meet while competing against West Virginia on the team’
America East ConferenceMen's Swimmer - Pierre De Waal, UMBCMen's Diver - Andrew Eckhoff, UMBCWomen's Swimmer - Christa Weaver, VermontWomen's Diver - Katie Bean, UMBCAppalachian Swimming ConferenceMen's Swimmer - Hudson Tucker,
Kingwood, TX USA
@ George Mason
America EastMen's Swimmer - Mohamed Hussein, UMBCMen's Diver - Andrew Eckhoff, UMBCWomen's Diver - Katie Bean, UMBCAppalachian Swimming ConferenceMen's Swimmer - Alexander Espinoza, UrbanaWomen's Swimmer - Hannah Boudreux,
Mukilteo, WA USA
Grafton, MA USA
@ George Washington
Port Hope, Ontario CAN
@ College Park
@ George Mason University
Ellicott City, MD USA
Danvers, MA USA
@ Germantown Indoor Swim Center