SwimmingWorldMagazine.com Weekly Channel Recap: October 28, 2006

PHOENIX, Arizona, October 28. THE past week was filled to the brim with conversation-inspiring news, including the biggest issue of the week – Beijing Olympic Morning Finals. Not only did the IOC report that finals will occur in the morning in 2008, we received an incredible amount of feedback about the decision. Additionally, several upsets went down throughout the collegiate world as the dual meet season continued. Feel free to check out the following stories from an action-packed week of aquatic news.

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Premium Articles
Thoughts from the Pool Deck — October 23, 2006 by John Lohn

Meet of the Week
Georgia and Florida Split, 129-114 Women/122-121 Men; Burckle Posts A-Cut — October 26, 2006 by Jason Marsteller
Preview: Utah at UC San Diego — October 25, 2006 by Jason Marsteller
Preview: Georgia at Florida — October 24, 2006 by Jason Marsteller
Southern Illinois Dominates Drury, 146-95 Women/137-101 Men — October 21, 2006 by Erin Greene

SwimmingWorld.TV
Schubert Talks About Centers For Excellence And Recruiting Issues — October 24, 2006

Rewind
1983 U.S. Short Course Championships — October 27, 2006 by Jason Marsteller
1985 World Swimmers of the Year — October 22, 2006 by Jason Marsteller

World Channel
Reader Feedback: Decision to Move Olympic Swimming Finals to the Morning is a Mistake — October 27, 2006
Beijing Olympic Swimming Finals Will Take Place in the Morning; Doping Tests to Increase — October 26, 2006
Ashwood Developing into Next Aussie Star — October 26, 2006
Lenton Hopeful for Great Eight at World Champs — October 25, 2006
Is Ervin on the Comeback Trail? — October 24, 2006
Australian Institute of Sport Gets an Upgrade — October 21, 2006

Club Channel
Jersey Wahoos Create Special Caps to Benefit Komen Foundation — October 26, 2006
Ziegler Snaps 3000 Free National Age Group Standard — October 23, 2006

Masters Channel
SCAQ Swim Club Honors Coaching Duo for 30 Years — October 27, 2006
Masters Swimmer Lyndon Passes Away — October 27, 2006
Duo Completes Inaugural Ederle Swim — October 23, 2006

College Channel
News
2007 NCAA Championship Standards Now Available — October 27, 2006
Big 12 Names Weekly Award Winners — October 26, 2006
Horizon League Names Weekly Honors — October 25, 2006
Big Ten Announces Weekly Awards — October 24, 2006
Pacific Sweeps Big West Athlete of the Week Honors — October 24, 2006
Clark, Raleigh Tabbed ACC Performers of the Week — October 24, 2006
Reeser, Falco, O'Nalty and Abdo Earn MAAC Weekly Honors — October 24, 2006
Keating Aquatics Center Dedicated — October 21, 2006

Recaps/Results
Wyoming Takes Out New Mexico, 144-99 — October 27, 2006
Eastern Michigan Sweeps Ohio — October 27, 2006
George Washington Successful in First Day of Fall Invite — October 27, 2006
No. 8 SMU Rocks Rice, 178-83 — October 27, 2006
Missouri Knocks Off Kansas, 187-111 — October 27, 2006
Northwestern Splits With Indiana — October 27, 2006
Denver Does Well in Colorado Intercollegiate Meet — October 27, 2006
Northern Colorado Hosts Boise State, San Diego State — October 27, 2006
No. 15 Tennessee Downs No. 23 Kentucky (131-108), South Carolina (141-98) — October 27, 2006
No. 9 Texas A&M Takes Down No. 25 Oregon State, 151-103 — October 27, 2006
East Carolina Sweeps William & Mary — October 27, 2006
Richmond Spins Web Around N.C. State, 154-145 — October 27, 2006
Northern Iowa Beats Minnesota State-Moorhead, 194-100 — October 27, 2006
No. 6 Stanford Women Take 119-67 Lead Over No. 11 Texas — October 27, 2006
Western Kentucky Swims Past FIU, 159-76 — October 27, 2006
Virginia Hosts Day One of Quad Dual — October 27, 2006
Washington State Cruises By UC Davis, 170-92 — October 27, 2006
Maryland Sweeps Johns Hopkins, 102-90 Women/120-82 Men — October 27, 2006
Purdue Splits with Arizona State: Win Men's Meet 181-118, Loses Women's Meet 160-138 — October 27, 2006
Wisconsin-Milwaukee Steamrolls Wheaton, 135-68 — October 27, 2006
Loyola Hosts NJIT, Saint Francis — October 27, 2006
Toledo Rockets Past Bowling Green, 149-93 — October 27, 2006
Florida Splits With Minnesota: Wins Women's Meet (165-127), Loses Men's Meet (161-139) — October 27, 2006
Pittsburgh Women Rough Up St. Bonaventure, 178-65 — October 27, 2006
No. 2 Stanford Men Thrash Cal State Bakersfield, 127-62 — October 27, 2006
Miami Women Defeat Akron, 186-112 — October 27, 2006
No. 15 Tennessee Men Sweep South Carolina (128-111), No. 18 Kentucky (135-104) — October 27, 2006
Duquesne Sweeps Niagara, 110-87 Women/109-84 Men — October 27, 2006
No. 1 Cal Women Rout San Jose State, 204-84 — October 27, 2006
New Mexico Downs Northern Colorado, 105-104 — October 26, 2006
Fordham Splits with Marist — October 26, 2006
No. 10 Michigan Women Down Pair of Pool Records in 153-85 Win Over Michigan State — October 25, 2006
USC Wins TYR Pacific Invitational — October 21, 2006
No. 8 SMU Wins SMU Classic — October 21, 2006
Washington State Smashes CSUN, 151-50 — October 21, 2006
Hoosiers Tame Wildcats, 171-127 Women/175-125 Men — October 21, 2006
Colorado State Takes Early Bird Invite Title — October 21, 2006
Butler Squashes Transylvania — October 21, 2006
Georgetown, George Washington Split Dual Meet — October 21, 2006
Seattle Splits With Linfield, Simon Fraser — October 21, 2006
UMass Rocks Stony Brook, 190-110 Women/185-112 Men — October 21, 2006
Missouri State Sweeps Truman, 162-132 Women/176-103 Men — October 21, 2006
Fairfield Falls to Loyola, Providence — October 21, 2006
Cleveland State Shuts Down Valpo, 133-76 — October 21, 2006
William & Mary Bounces Mary Washington, 121-77 — October 21, 2006
Towson Drops Old Dominion, 158-81 — October 21, 2006
East Carolina Beats Charleston, Gardner-Webb — October 21, 2006
Red Fox Invitational Concludes on Second Day — October 21, 2006
Utah Cruises by Denver, 176.5-104.5 Women/188-95 Men — October 21, 2006
UMBC Downs Rider, 135.5-97.5 Women/138-84 Men — October 21, 2006
Navy Beat Johns Hopkins, 179.5-92.5 — October 21, 2006

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