• Duke Sweeps Friday Matchups With Dartmouth, Boston College & UConn

    By SwimSwam on SwimSwam
    Dartmouth v. Duke v. Boston College v. UConnFriday, November 8, 2019
    Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts
    ResultsCourtesy: Dartmouth Athletics
    CHESTNUT HILL, Mass. – The Dartmouth women’s swimming and diving team opened the 2019-20 season on the road Friday, falling to Boston College (203-96) and Duke (192-97).
    The Big Green kicked off the afternoon by placing seventh in the 200 medley relay (1:47.91), touching almost two seconds ahead of BC. Christina Cianc
  • 2019 Florida HS 2A State: Pine Crest Sweep Boys & Girls Team Titles

    By Nick Pecoraro on SwimSwam
    FHSAA 2A State ChampionshipsResults
    Friday, November 9
    Stuart, FL
    State Series Results IndexAfter taking a girls 1A state runner-up title and a boys 5th-place finish, Pine Crest has now redeemed their 2018 season and swept the 2019 2A team titles.
    Top 5 Boys’ Team Scores:Pine Crest – 296
    Montverde – 187.5
    Jesuit – 174
    Gulliver Prep – 152
    Staton – 109Top 5 Girls’ Team Scores:Pine Crest – 448
    Estero – 200
    Gulliver P
  • Alicia Wilson Swims 2:13 in 200 IM in Cal – UCSD Long Course Dual

    By Braden Keith on SwimSwam
    Cal Women vs. UCSD Women (LCM)November 11th, 2019
    LCM (50m pool)
    San Diego, California
    Meet ResultsFinal Scores: Cal 138, UCSD 82 (Cal exhibitions kept the score artificially close)Both Cal and UCSD had academic and administrative holidays on Monday in celebration of Veterans Day, and the women’s swimming programs took advantage of the day off to race an unusual Monday morning long course dual meet.
    “I was happy with our performances today,” head coa
  • 2019 Florida HS 1A State: Bolles Boys & Girls Extend Historic Winning Streak

    By Nick Pecoraro on SwimSwam
    FHSAA 1A State ChampionshipsResults
    Saturday, November 9
    Stuart, FL
    State Series Results IndexOn Saturday, the Bolles High School boys and girls have extended their historic state-winning streak, with both programs sweeping the team scores for the 29th-year in a row. For the boys, this 2019 state title is now their 31st-consecutive title.
    Top 5 Boys’ Team Scores:Bolles – 337
    Episcopal – 209.5
    Berkeley Prep – 169
    Saint Andrew’s – 16
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  • Fodor’s 14 Scores, Sullivan’s 12 Lead Standout Week 10 WP Scoring Efforts

    By Wendy Mayer on SwimSwam
    Sunday’s men’s water polo match between Wagner and Johns Hopkins resulted in a 23-22 decision for the JHU Bluejays, but both teams saw eye-popping and school record breaking individual efforts.
    Oliver Fodor put in a school record 14 goals for Wagner in the loss, while Johns Hopkins was led by Emerson Sullivan‘s 12 scores.
    Fodor’s haul snapped the previous record of nine, which was originally set by Jasmin Kolasinac against Mercyhurst on Sept. 16
  • Practice + Pancakes: Virginia Tech Suits Up for 8×100 Off the Blocks

    By Coleman Hodges on SwimSwam
    FORM is swim goggles with a smart display. FORM is a sports technology company with a simple mission: to break down the barriers between what swimming is and what it could be.In conjunction with the Pro Swim Series stop in Greensboro, SwimSwam is embarking on the East Coast Pancake Tour 2019. This tour will be taking fans to various swimming programs along the east coast for Practice + Pancakes, Beyond the Pancakes, and maybe a few more pancake goodie
  • #4 USC Knocks Off Another #1 Team in UCLA on Water Polo Week 10

    By Wendy Mayer on SwimSwam
    Week 10 of collegiate men’s water poll saw the #1 team in the nation fall for the second straight week and also featured another Top 10 upset and three overtime affairs.
    #4 USC put itself in the driver’s seat of the MPSF race, earning the top seed in the conference tournament with a 10-7 upset win over #1 UCLA. Marin Dasic led the way as the Trojans down their second #1 foe in a week, following a 9-8 win over then-#1 Stanford on Nov. 2.
    #9 Harvard finished
  • Chase Kalisz and Leah Smith Expected to Make ISL Debuts in Maryland

    By Braden Keith on SwimSwam
    Olympic medalists Chase Kalisz and Leah Smith are scheduled to make their International Swimming League debuts this weekend for the Cali Condors during the US Derby meet at the University of Maryland. Racing will begin at 2PM Eastern Time on Saturday, November 16th, and continue at the same time on Sunday.
    Kalisz (unexplained) and Smith (aggravated neck) both missed the team’s opening stops in Lewisville, Texas and Budapest in October, but both are on
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  • Scott & Greenbank Bring World-Class Talent To BUCS SC C’ships

    By Retta Race on SwimSwam
    2019 BUCS SHORT COURSE CHAMPIONSHIPSFriday, November 15th – Sunday, November 17th
    Ponds Forge ISC, Sheffield
    Meet Info
    Entry List
    LivestreamThe British Universities & Colleges Sport (BUCS) Short Course Championships continues to attract student-athletes from competitive institutions situated all over the region in a heated battle among collegiate squads. Last year’s edition saw Loughborough clinch its 15th consecutive championship trophy, as depth is
  • Jing Quah Hits Lifetime Best 4:15.73 in 400 IM as Texas A&M Takes Down Rice

    By Karl Ortegon on SwimSwam
    RICE V. TEXAS A&M (WOMEN)Saturday, November 9, 2019
    Houston, TX
    ScoresTexas A&M 158, Rice 102
    Texas A&M exhibitioned some swimmers over the final three events.Jing Quah won twice as the Aggie women dominated Rice at Rice on Saturday.
    In the 400 IM, Quah dropped more than a second off of her old best of 4:16.79, clocking a 4:15.73 to win. This was only her second time ever racing the event in yards, and the Singaporean junior was one of two Aggi
  • Erika Brown Swims 500 Free, 100 Breast as Tennessee Women Blank Vanderbilt

    By Karl Ortegon on SwimSwam
    TENNESSEE V. VANDERBILT (WOMEN)Saturday, November 9, 2019
    Knoxville, TN
    ScoresTennessee 198, Georgia Tech 61Sprint star Erika Brown swam a couple of off events as the Tennessee women swept Vanderbilt on Saturday.
    Brown raced to the win in the 100 back, going 53.93 after leading off Tennessee’s C 400 medley relay in a 53.85. Trude Rothrock had a notable 52.88 butterfly split on their B relay, with her lifetime best standing at 52.67 from the
  • Alec Connolly Wins Trio of Events, Splits 19.4 as Tennessee Beats Georgia Tech

    By Karl Ortegon on SwimSwam
    GEORGIA TECH V. TENNESSEE (MEN)Saturday, November 9, 2019
    Knoxville, TN
    ScoresTennessee 181, Georgia Tech 119The Volunteer men hosted Georgia Tech Saturday, with the home team coming out on top in a competitive meet.
    Alec Connolly flexed his sprint speed, claiming wins in the 50 free (20.21), 100 free (44.16), and 200 free (1:37.28). In the 200 free, Connolly met a tough opponent in Georgia Tech star Caio Pumputis. The Brazilian Pumputis led at 1
  • Ledecky & Grothe Lead Pro Swim Series After Greensboro; Urlando Close In Tow

    By Jared Anderson on SwimSwam
    2019 USA SWIMMING PRO SWIM SERIES – GREENSBORONovember 6th-9th, 2019
    Greensboro Aquatic Center, Greensboro, North Carolina
    50m (LCM)
    Prelims at 9:00AM Eastern Time/Finals at 6:00PM Eastern Time (4:00 Eastern for Wednesday timed finals)
    Live ResultsWe’ve got a fierce competition on the men’s side, while Katie Ledecky holds the top three women’s swims in the early goings of the 2019-2020 Pro Swim Series.
    After moving on from its previ
  • UNC Asheville Women Extend Win Streak With Win Over Brenau

    By SwimSwam on SwimSwam
    UNC Asheville v. Brenau (W)Saturday, November 9, 2019
    Asheville, North Carolina
    Official Results (PDF)Courtesy: UNC Asheville Athletics
    ASHEVILLE, N.C. – UNC Asheville swim and dive won their third straight dual meet Saturday afternoon by downing Brenau, 160-85, at the Buncombe County Schools Aquatic Center.
    UNC Asheville began the meet with a first place finish in the 200 medley relay. The quartet of Nora Segurola Larrinaga, Meredith Bunting,&nb
  • George Washington Sweeps Howard On The Road

    By SwimSwam on SwimSwam
    George Washington v. HowardSaturday, November 9, 2019
    Washington, DC
    RESULTSCourtesy: George Washington Athletics
    WASHINGTON –  Dylan Arzoni, Andrew Cho and Tyler Kawakami won two individual events apiece Saturday to help GW men’s swimming and diving secure a 143-61 win over Howard at Burr Gym Pool.
    The Colonials claimed 11 of 12 events with Arzoni (200 IM, 100 fly), Cho (50 free, 100 back) and Kawakami (100 free, 100 breast)
  • UConn Men & Men Sweep Duals With Boston, Bryant

    By SwimSwam on SwimSwam
    Connecticut v. Boston v. BryantSaturday, November 9, 2019
    Boston, Massachusetts
    Final Results (PDF)Courtesy: UConn Athletics
    BOSTON – The UConn women’s swimming and diving team captured a pair of dual meet victories on Saturday afternoon at Boston University.
    The Huskies defeated the Terriers, 185-108, and Bryant University by a score of 170-127.
    “After a challenging night of racing it was good to see the guys back racing with a
  • Ledecky Leads PSS Money Lists With $6500 In Greensboro

    By Jared Anderson on SwimSwam
    2019 USA SWIMMING PRO SWIM SERIES – GREENSBORONovember 6th-9th, 2019
    Greensboro Aquatic Center, Greensboro, North Carolina
    50m (LCM)
    Prelims at 9:00AM Eastern Time/Finals at 6:00PM Eastern Time (4:00 Eastern for Wednesday timed finals)
    Live ResultsKatie Ledecky won $6,500 in prize money on three wins and a third place in Greensboro. She also earned the $1500 prelims point bonus with her 400 freestyle prelims swim.
    Behind her is a trio of swimmers who each
  • Vermont Women Top Stony Brook 173-127

    By SwimSwam on SwimSwam
    Stony Brook v. Vermont (W)Saturday, November 9, 2019
    Burlington, Vermont
    ResultsCourtesy: Vermont Athletics
    BURLINGTON, Vt. – The Vermont Catamounts earned their second consecutive win on Saturday with a 173-127 victory over the Stony Brook Seawolves at Forbush Natatorium.
    Vermont improves to 2-3 (2-1 AE) with the win while Stony Brook falls to 3-2 (0-1 AE).
    RELATED LINKSResults | CatamounTV Highlights
    COACH’S QUOTE“Today was a team effort
  • Coleman Cruises Straight From FINA World Cup To Swedish SC C’ships

    By Retta Race on SwimSwam
    2019 SWEDISH SHORT COURSE CHAMPIONSHIPSWednesday, November 13th – Sunday, November 17th
    Munktellbadet, Sweden
    Start Lists/ResultsThe 2019 Swedish Short Course Championships are set to get underway this Wednesday, with the nation’s junior and senior talent hitting the Munktellbadet pool for the 5-day affair.
    Although Olympic champion and World Record holder Sarah Sjostrom is absent from the entry lists, her sprinting partner-in-crime Michel
  • Saint Louis Billikens Sweep Dual at Western Illinois

    By SwimSwam on SwimSwam
    Saint Louis v. Western IllinoisSaturday, November 9, 2019
    Macomb, IllinoisCourtesy: Saint Louis Athletics
    MACOMB, Ill. – Saint Louis swimming and diving swept a dual meet at Western Illinois Saturday afternoon, winning the women’s meet 200-35 and the men’s competition 142-72.
    Marianna Kania led the SLU women with victories in 1-meter diving (206.18) and 3-meter diving (182.03).Also winning for the Billiken women:—Sophie Kishish, 1000 free
  • Vlad Morozov: “I’m Glad Grinev Wasn’t In Doha”

    By Retta Race on SwimSwam
    FINA WORLD CUP SERIES – DOHAThursday, November 7th – Saturday, November 9th
    Hamad Aquatic Center, Doha, Qatar
    Day 1 Recap/Day 2 Recap/Day 3 Recap
    Live ResultsThe 2019 FINA World Cup Series wrapped up over the weekend as action concluded at the final stop in Doha, Qatar.
    Look for a post specifically breaking down how Vlad Morozov of Russia and Cate Campbell of Australia accumulated enough points to earn the overall World Cup titles, but, in the meant
  • Fordham Women, Georgetown Men Pickup Wins In Split

    By SwimSwam on SwimSwam
    Fordham v. GeorgetownSaturday, November 9, 2019
    Washington, D.C.
    ResultsCourtesy: Fordham Athletics
    Washington, D.C. – (November 9, 2019) – The Fordham swimming & diving team was back in action on Saturday morning, taking on the Georgetown Hoyas in Washington, D.C.  The Rams came away with a split of the meet, as the women edged the Hoyas, 159-141, while the men fell, 219-79.
    The Fordham women, now 4-0 on the year, won ten of the 16 events, led by sen
  • College Swimming Weekly Preview: Nov. 11 – Nov. 17, 2019

    By Jared Anderson on SwimSwam
    With winter invites looming, the college swimming schedule slows down this weekend, though a handful of top programs will still compete.
    The defending NCAA runner-up Cal women will take on UC-San Diego in a rare Monday dual. The Ohio State Buckeyes (ranked top 10 on the men’s side in our season-opening ranks) get Division II Denison. the rest of the slate is dominated by Ivy League programs competing often against one another.
    Below is a list of the D1 me
  • Cate E Bronte Campbell A Tolentino E Nelle Marche

    By Giusy Cisale on SwimSwam
    Cate e Bronte Campbell, campionesse olimpiche specializzate nelle gare veloci, saranno nei prossimi giorni in visita nelle Marche.
    Arriveranno martedì 12 novembre e visiteranno l’head quarter di arena, partner tecnico delle campionesse.
    In azienda le campionesse australiane si confronteranno con il reparto Ricerca e Sviluppo, per effettuare dei test di prodotto e dare feedback su design e prestazioni.
    Affinché ogni nuovo prodotto contenga in s
  • Cougars Sweep Opponents At BYU Invite

    By SwimSwam on SwimSwam
    BYU InvitationalNovember 8-9, 2019
    Provo, Utah
    Day 1 Results
    Day 2 ResultsCourtesy: Liberty Athletics
    Liberty posted a 2-1 record at this weekend’s BYU Invite which wrapped up Saturday at BYU’s Richards Building Pool.
    The Lady Flames (6-2) defeated UC Davis (237-135) and Dixie State (292-71) while falling 224-148 to the host Cougars. BYU (7-0) went 3-0, while UC Davis (4-3) finished 1-2 and Dixie State (0-3) went 0-3.
    Liberty Event Winners• 400 medley rel
  • Arianna Castiglioni Entra A Far Parte Della ISL Aqua Centurions

    By Giusy Cisale on SwimSwam
    Arianna Castiglioni entra a far parte della squadra ISL Aqua Centurions.
    La ranista, doppio bronzo Europeo nei 50 e 100 metri rana, entra nella International Swimming League per partecipare al derby delle squadre Europee.
    Il 23 e 24 Novembre a Londra, Energy Standard, Iron, London Roar e Aqua Centurions si sfideranno per agguantare la finalissima di Las Vegas di Dicembre.
    L’annuncio, come siamo ormai abituati, direttamente dal profi
  • The @euroswim2019 championship medals have been revealed today Triple-Olympian and Scotland's most successful ever female swimmer @HannahMiley89 took part in the design process, and was joined by @MclayScott to unveil a first look https://www.britishswi

    The @euroswim2019 championship medals have been revealed today
    Triple-Olympian and Scotland's most successful ever female swimmer @HannahMiley89 took part in the design process, and was joined by @MclayScott to unveil a first look https://www.britishswimming.org/news/latest-swimming-news/european-short-course-medal-revealed/ …
  • Greyhounds Dominate University of Indianapolis Invite

    By SwimSwam on SwimSwam
    University of Indianapolis InviteNovember 8-9, 2019
    Indianapolis, Indiana
    RESULTS (PDF)Courtesy: UIndy Athletics
    INDIANAPOLIS – The UIndy swimming & diving continued their impressive season with an emphatic showing over the weekend, emerging as the victor against all teams in the two day meet. The No. 7-ranked women swept Butler, Bellarmine and Lewis on Friday and Saturday, while the No. 2-ranked men took wins against No. 12 Missouri S&T, Lewis and
  • Air Force Men Sweep Grand Canyon In Two-Day Dual

    By SwimSwam on SwimSwam
    Air Force v. Grand Canyon (M)November 8-9, 2019
    Phoenix, Arizona
    FULL RESULTS (PDF)Courtesy: Air Force Athletics
    PHOENIX, Ariz. – The Air Force Academy men’s swimming and diving team completed a weekend sweep of Grand Canyon with a 139-102 win over GCU, Saturday evening, Nov. 9.
    “It was a great weekend of swimming for us being able to defeat the defending conference champion twice in their own pool,” Head Coach Rob Clayton said. &ldq

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