SwimmingWorldMagazine.com Weekly Channel Recap: March 10, 2007

PHOENIX, Arizona, March 10. BUSINESS seriously picked up on SwimmingWorldMagazine.com over the past week. First, Swimming World Magazine announced a title sponsorship deal for the Cactus Classic held in the Valley of the Sun in both Scottsdale and Tempe, Ariz. The event will showcase both the meet and our meet coverage capabilities with our various media outlets.

Meanwhile, the women's NCAA Division I Championships has featured four American records thus far – not to mention the news among the coaching ranks that broke over the weekend.

In a move long-rumored, but finally confirmed. Richard Quick will return to Auburn to helm the program with David Marsh moving onto Mecklenburg. In other news, Stanford's men's swimming ran smack into some controversy a week before the men's pinnacle meet as Skip Kenney has been suspended indefinitely based on allegations of media guide tampering as well as some underlying questions about off-season training practices.

In our other departments, senior writer John Lohn kept busy with a premium article on the Richard Quick hiring as well as a complete preview of the women's DI meet by event.

Newsmaster intern Brian Savard kept our readers abreast of the high school state championships occurring throughout the country over the past two weeks, while Assistant Newsmaster Erin Greene covered several Speedo Sectionals. On a personal note, Greene, a former swimmer from Ohio State in her fifth year at the institution, completed her last final this week and is on path to graduate from OSU. Congratulations, Erin!

Additionally, we kept an eye on Dave Denniston, a member of the Swimming World Magazine family, as he went in for spinal surgery.

To check out the previous week of exciting swimming news, please click on the following links.

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Premium
Hiring of Quick as Good as it Gets — March 9, 2007 by John Lohn
SwimmingWorldMagazine.com's Complete Women's NCAA Division I Championships Resource Package — March 4, 2007

Commentary
Women's NCAA Division I Preview: Relays — March 7, 2007 by John Lohn
Women's NCAA Division I Preview: Individual Medley — March 7, 2007 by John Lohn
Women's NCAA Division I Preview: Butterfly — March 6, 2007 by John Lohn
Women's NCAA Division I Preview: Breaststroke — March 6, 2007 by John Lohn
Women's NCAA Division I Preview: Backstroke — March 5, 2007 by John Lohn
Women's NCAA Division I Preview: Freestyle — March 5, 2007 by John Lohn

Swimming World Radio
Rowdy Gaines Talks to Swimming World Radio at Women's NCAA Division I Championships — March 9, 2007
Richard Quick Sits Down With Swimming World Radio at Women's NCAA Division I Championships — March 9, 2007
ESPN Diving Commentator Potter Speaks with Swimming World Magazine — March 8, 2007
Swimming World Radio Talks With American Record Holder Robert Margalis — March 5, 2007

Swimming World Rewind
March 1967 Issue — March 4, 2007 by Jason Marsteller

This Week in Hy-Tek
Last Week in Meet Results Uploaded to the Hy-Tek Database: March 5 — March 5, 2007

World Channel
Augustin Leaving Post with Germany's Anti-Doping Agency — March 9, 2007
Update on Dave Denniston's Surgery — March 8, 2007 by Brent Rutemiller
Coach Jeno Tihanyi Passes Away — March 7, 2007
South American Championships of Aquatic Sports Wrap Up — March 6, 2007
Denniston Heading Into Surgery Tomorrow; Donations Welcomed — March 5, 2007
Seppala Sets National Record in 200 Free at Finnish Champs — March 5, 2007
IOC Changes Romania's National Code — March 4, 2007
Israel Winter National Championships Wrap Up — March 4, 2007 by Dr. Buky Chass
Second Day of Japan Open Closes With Eight Japanese Records — March 4, 2007 by Hideki Mochizuki

Club Channel
Missouri Speedo Sectionals Wrap Up — March 7, 2007 by Erin Greene
Swimming World Magazine Announces Title Sponsorship for Major Competition in Arizona — March 7, 2007
Speedo California-Nevada Spring Sectionals Wrap Up — March 6, 2007 by Erin Greene
Hansen, Peirsol Speak to the Media — March 6, 2007
USA Swimming Releases Marketing Update Supporting Initiatives — March 5, 2007

High School Channel
Gates Mill Hawken Paces Competition at Ohio Division 2 State High School Meet — March 10, 2007 by Brian Savard
English, Mountain Lakes Set Records at NJ Meet of Champions — March 9, 2007 by Jewel Douglas, Swim With A Purpose
St. Xavier Wins Ohio Division 1 High School Champs — March 9, 2007 by Brian Savard
Host Bangor Takes Maine Men's "A" High School Crown — March 8, 2007 by Brian Savard
Mercer Island Wins Two Relays, Takes 3A Washington State Meet — March 7, 2007 by Brian Savard
Jones Wins Two in Washington 4A State High School Championship Meet — March 6, 2007 by Brian Savard
Woodward Snares Three Individual State Records, Leads Edmond Memorial to Oklahoma State High School Victory — March 5, 2007 by Brian Savard
Punahou Girls Shatter Records at Hawaii State High School Meet — March 4, 2007 by Brian Savard

College Channel
IRCC On Fire at NJCAA Championships — March 10, 2007 by Jason Marsteller
Three DIII Marks Fall as Kenyon College Extends Lead at Women's NCAA Division III Championships — March 9, 2007 by Jason Marsteller
California Sets American Record in 800 Free Relay; Arizona Maintains Lead After Second Day — March 9, 2007 by Jason Marsteller
Stanford's Krug Claims Second Diving Title — March 9, 2007 by Jason Marsteller
Kenney Suspended From Post at Stanford — March 9, 2007 by Jason Marsteller
Goh Defends 100 Back Crown — March 9, 2007 by Jason Marsteller
Hardy Defends 100 Breast Title — March 9, 2007 by Jason Marsteller
Arizona's Nymeyer Pockets 200 Free Title — March 9, 2007 by Jason Marsteller
Cal's Vollmer Blazes to 100 Fly Title — March 9, 2007 by Jason Marsteller
Auburn's Ohlgren Wins 400 IM at Women's NCAAs — March 9, 2007 by Jason Marsteller
Arizona Takes Down Second American Record, This Time in 200 Medley Relay — March 9, 2007 by Jason Marsteller
Arizona, Auburn Battle For Position During Second Day of Preliminary Competition at the Women's NCAA Division I Championships — March 9, 2007 by Jason Marsteller
Indian River Running Away With NJCAA Titles — March 8, 2007 by Jason Marsteller
Kenyon College Jets Ahead of Competition — March 8, 2007 by Jason Marsteller
California Sets American, NCAA Record in 400 Medley Relay; Arizona Leads After Day One — March 8, 2007 by Jason Marsteller
Stanford's Krug Pockets One-Meter Diving Title — March 8, 2007 by Jason Marsteller
Joyce Wins Fourth Straight 50 Free Title at NCAAs — March 8, 2007 by Jason Marsteller
Arizona's Myers Defends 200 IM Title — March 8, 2007 by Jason Marsteller
Binder Snags 500 free Title at NCAAs — March 8, 2007 by Jason Marsteller
Arizona Wildcats Set American, NCAA Record in 200 Free Relay — March 8, 2007 by Jason Marsteller
NCAA Releases Men's Division I Psyche Sheet — March 8, 2007
CSCAA Meets About NCAA College/High School Swimmer Issue — March 8, 2007
One-meter Diving Prelims Complete at Women's NCAA Division I Championships — March 8, 2007 by Jason Marsteller
Quick Named Next Head Men's and Women's Coach at Auburn — March 8, 2007 by Jason Marsteller
Women's NCAA Division I Championships Off to Strong Start — March 8, 2007
Indian River Takes Early Leads at NJCAA Championships; Pair of NJCAA Records Fall — March 7, 2007 by Jason Marsteller
Zone Diving Roundup Central — March 4, 2007
Cal Baptist Sweeps NAIA Titles; Rosberg Sets Another NAIA Record — March 3, 2007 by Jason Marsteller

Water Polo-Diving-Synchro Channel
Jones to Lead Team USA in Synchronized Events at World Champs — March 8, 2007

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