With the 2014-15 swimming and diving season looming, many questions remain unanswered in the United States oldest college athletic conference. Will Calvin reclaim the conference titles again on both sides? Who will be the runner-up? Will the return of National Champion Diver Will Guedes affect the conference dynamic in any way? How will Olivet fair … Read more MIAA Season Preview
The man behind the man who just won the title away from Kenyon, then won another for good measure, is taking over the head job at DePauw. He has to deserve at least partial credit for those victory and he will now be taking his talents to DePauw.We wish him the best of luck and … Read more DePauw Hits a Homerun in Hiring
Olivet College has made the following press release Knoche named head swimming and diving coach at Olivet College May 10, 2012 Knoche named head swimming and diving coach at Olivet College OLIVET, Mich. – Elise Knoche has been named head men’s and women’s swimming and diving coach at Olivet College, according to an announcement by … Read more Knoche Gets Her Chance
They have a new coach and he did amazing things at Stevens… Article
Wesleyan made a surprise hire with their coaching vacancy. Full Story.
DePauw University, a school of about 2,400 undergraduates, resides just forty minutes west of Indianapolis in the town of Greencastle, Indiana. An eighty acre nature park which is owned by the University can be found nearby. To continue reading…
In a surprising intra-conference move, Jake Taber has become the new head coach at Albion College. Full article
Finishes her career in her home state and with best times.
Kalamazoo’s Chris Manning chats with his former coach about his senior year and going out with a bang. He also tells us about being the most famous Manning in Indy.
The freshman from Stevens talks about his experience and success this year.
She brings a special guest too!
Rory goes through the process of him getting to Whitworth.
Interview with the Pamona-Pitzer senior. 3 years at NCAAs, 3 coaches. Oh, and he gives us a surprise factoid at the end.
They’re young, they’re fast and now they’re record breakers and national champions.
Pat chats about how he’s trained and how he’s improved.