From Chapel Partner in his topic under the MIAC forum, Conference Relays: I know I wrote a bunch of crap at the beginning of the year on this, but I’m too lazy to go back and look what I wrote. So if I contradict myself, I don’t really care. Here is what I’m coming up … Read more Featured Forum Post
1650 As a coach, I have a new found respect for distance swimmers, and an appreciation for these events. Being able to pace and communicate more with your swimmers gives coaches more involvement in the race, which I have really enjoyed doing. Anyways, onto breaking down the last day of the 2011 MIAA championship meet. … Read more MIAA Preview Day 3
In one of the fastest d3 dual meets in recent memory, the Amherst men have defeated the MIT men. Results
It’s up! All the info you will need plus video. (All conference meet info for each conference will be posted on this site in an easy to navigate page closer to the start of conference meets. Stay tuned.)
Site The MIAC Championship page has been put up. There will be live video, though whether or not they charge for it is not noted. Also, t-shirts are for sale.
The Whitworth men’s swim team got coverage from the local ESPN Network. Video Way to go Whitworth!
NCAC Swimming Championship Website As stated on the site, live video will be available (for a fee). Best of luck to all the swimmers!
If basketball can do this, why not swimming? Playing a basketball game on an aircraft carrier would be cool if it was a bunch of d3 swimming scrubs, but elite players makes it even cooler. College basketball isn’t the first sport to do it either. Recently, Notre Dame played Army at Wrigley Field and several … Read more Pools Are Boring
Top swims of the weekend Hope Shade 10:04/Rose 10:08 1000 Free Larson 22.4 50 Free Hydlauff 260.1 1 M/242.6 3 M Hunt 51.8 100 Fly Sommers 49.37 100 Free Hazekamp 54.1 100 Back Kzoo Manning 1:45.6 /Bazzell 1:46.1 200 free Brower 53.8 100 Back Lodewyk 1:01.4 100 Breast Flemming 21.17/Armstrong 21.75 50 Free Bazzell 48.1/Smith … Read more MIAA Weekend Update
200 Medley Relay The women’s medley is going to be another great race to watch, with Calvin, Hope, and Kalamazoo all putting together dynamite relays. It should be a great race between all three schools. Calvin’s lineup will probably be Bressler, Counsell, either Price or Caitlin Alexander, and Colasurado. The loss of Kristen Kinzer hurts … Read more MIAA Preview Day 2
Because the date was so unique, I thought I would check the Top Times list for 1/11/11 and see how this year’s swimmers were doing relative to last year’s selection times. Here is the executive summary: D3 men have exploded in the 2Fly this year while the women are just flat out faster across the … Read more Making the Selection Time: Mid-Year Report
The #10 Carnegie Mellon men were upset this weekend by unranked SUNY-Geneseo. In fact, while the #10 CMU received 225 points, the Blue Wave of Geneseo received just 4! Story and results.
The Grinnell Invite will be broadcast live. All details can be found here. Thanks Monti!
Yesterday, ESPN and the University of Texas announced a partnership that will not just be a TV deal a la NBC and Notre Dame football, but create a 24 hour TV channel devoted entirely to the school’s athletic department. The full announcement can be found here. Of course when I see this, I think of … Read more ESPN Texas
Last week it was Kalamazoo, this week it’s Johns Hopkins sweeping CollegeSwimming.com’s weekly awards. Congrats! Read it
Video from the NCAA Kellen Beckwith is a senior at Olivet College in Michigan.
Video highlights I thought this was pretty cool and knowing our visitors, you will too. Nice work putting this together!
Whitworth and Puget Sound kept rolling right along heading into this weekend’s clash between unbeatens at Puget Sound Friday 1/21. Whitworth appears to be the clear favorite but the Loggers will do their best in defending their home waters from the Pirates. A full update of conference meets from this past weekend can be found … Read more NWC Weekly Update