Lim Lowers His Own National High School Mark

Swimming in his final meet for the Bolles School, Alex Lim lowered his own national high school record last Thursday, November 18. Lim, who will represent Malaysia in the 2000

Canadians Dominate Second Day Of World Cup Meet

Canadian swimmers won four women’s and three men’s events yesterday on the second, and final, day of the world cup meet in Edmonton, Alberta. It was the second of twelve

CSCAA Top 25 Poll

for November 18, 1999 MEN 1. Texas 290 3 t2. Stanford 282 t1 t2. Auburn 282 t1 4. Arizona 261 4 t5. Southern Cal 247 5 t5. California 247 6

Heyns, Carvin Win At World Cup In Canada

Triple breaststroke world record-holder Penny Heyns of South Africa was an easy winner in the women’s 100m breaststroke and American Chad Carvin repeated his triumph in the 400m free on

Georgia Women’s Swimming Signs Julia Stowers

ATHENS, GA – Georgia head coach Jack Bauerle announced the swimming program’s first signee of the early signing period as Julia Stowers of West High School in Knoxville, Tenn. officially

Three World Records Set At World Cup

Americans Lenny Krayzelburg, Neil Walker and Jenny Thompson each set a short course world record on the second, and final day of competition of the FINA World Cup meet in

Texas Women’s Swimming Signs Elizabeth Posvar

AUSTIN, TX – University of Texas women’s swim head coach Jill Sterkel announced the signing of Elizabeth Posvar (Farmington Hills, Mich. / Mercy HS) to a National Letter of Intent

Carvin Sets American Record At World Cup

Taking a giant step to fulfill the Olympic dream that eluded him in 1996, Chad Carvin set an American record in winning the 400 meter freestyle at the World Cup