|PHOENIX, Arizona, March 1. FLORIDA's Conor Dwyer, last year's NCAA Swimmer of the Year, earned this year's cover for Swimming World Magazine'sCollege Championships Preview issue. The cover spot is Dwyer's first such distinction.
One of our most popular issues, March predicts the top 10s for both the men's and women's NCAA Division I Championships. We also take a look at some storylines to keep an eye on at the NCAA Division II, NCAA Division III, NAIA and NJCAA national championships.
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March 2011 Issue
Contents of The March issue:
7 CAL POISED TO SPOIL TEXAS' BID TO REPEAT by John Lohn
Even though history has shown that it's wise to expect the unexpected at the men's NCAA Division I Championships, Swimming World is forecasting a victory for Cal, with its individual power and depth and relay strength too much for the opposition.
11 GEORGIA LEADS A COMPETITIVE FIELD
by Jason Marsteller
Georgia was picked No. 1 a year ago, but finished a disappointing fifth. This year, expect the Bulldogs to turn things around.
15 COLLEGE PREVIEWS: NCAA Division II and III,
NAIA, NJCAA by Jason Marsteller and Reed Shimberg
18 A NEW YEAR by Emily Sampl
A new year brings a new direction, a new home and a new national team for United States Synchronized Swimming.
6 A VOICE for the SPORT
39 CAMP DIRECTORY
50 FOR THE RECORD
54 PARTING SHOT
In the Swimming Technique portion of the magazine you will find the following:
25 Q&A WITH COACH TERI McKEEVER, UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA
by Michael J. Stott
In 2009, Coach Teri McKeever's Cal Bears captured the NCAA Women's NCAA Division I championship. In doing so, she was named NCAA Coach of the Year. In 2010, after serving innumerable international coaching stints, she became the first female to be named head coach of a USA Olympic swimming team.
27 HOW THEY TRAIN: Liv Jensen by Michael J. Stott
28 BURNOUT: Reversing the Trend by Michael J. Stott
Burnout is prevalent in every endeavor, but few sports claim it like swimming. Parents discuss it all the time, and coaches know it can derail promising careers at any time.
In the SWIM portion of the magazine you will find the following:
21 POOL'S EDGE: Cooking Up A Great Workout by Karlyn Pipes-Neilsen
What is the secret recipe to creating interesting and inspiring workouts? If you start with quality ingredients, you will be well on your way to cooking up a great one.
22 THE WORKOUT CARD: Training with Lobo Aquatics, N.M. by Bobby Goldie
In the Junior Swimmer portion of the magazine you will find the following:
33 AMERICAN RELAY by Judy Jacob
34 TYR AGE GROUP SWIMMER OF THE MONTH: Maxime Rooney, Pleasanton Seahawks Swim Team (California)
35 GOLDMINDS: Swim Up to Swim Down by Wayne Goldsmith
Here are some new ideas on swim-downs to enhance your swim meet success.
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