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PHOENIX, Arizona, October 24. DURING the past week, meet managers took full advantage of uploading recent results to the Swimming World meet results section of the website.

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WFLA HALLOWEEN MEET

West Florida Lightning Aquatics hosted its annual Halloween meet Oct. 18-20 at the Largo Recreation Department Southwest Pool.

Results: WFLA Halloween Invitational - (10-18-2013 - 10-20-2013)


NORAC FALL INVITATIONAL
The Northumberland Aquatic Club Fall Invitational took place October 19 at the Jack Burger Sports Complex in Port Hope, Ontario, Canada.

Results: 2013 NORAC Fall Invitational - (10-19-2013 - 10-19-2013)


COLLEGE
WESTERN STATE COLORADO VS. ADAMS STATE

Adams State University's women's squad defeated the visiting Western State Colorado University Mountaineers Oct. 11 at their home pool in Alamosa, Colorado. The Lady Grizzlies defeated Western State Colorado, 159-92.

Results: WSCU ASU 2013 - (10-11-2013 - 10-11-2013)


GEORGIA TECH-GEORGIA
The Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets traveled to Athens to compete against the University of Georgia Bulldogs. Both Georgia Tech squads fell to 1-1, while Georgia maintained a perfect 3-0 mark. Georgia's men won with a 184-109 score, while the defending NCAA Division I women's champs scored 187 points to Georgia Tech's 104.

Results: UGA vs Ga Tech - (10-15-2013 - 10-15-2013)


BRANDEIS-WHEATON
The Brandeis University Judges opened their swimming season with a meet against the Wheaton College Lyons in Norton, Massachusetts. Wheaton came out on the winning end in both contests with final scores of 187-53 (women) and 183-86 (men).

Results: Wheaton v Brandeis - (10-19-2013 - 10-19-2013)


ARIZONA-UTAH
The Arizona Wildcats women's swimming squad began their season on a winning note with a 204-96 victory over the Utah Utes Oct. 19 in Salt Lake City. Utah turned the tables in the men's contest, swimming away with a close 152-146 victory.

Results: Utah vs Arizona - (10-19-2013 - 10-19-2013)



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