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The Week That Was: ISL Returns; NCAA Meets Open Up Season

The Week That Was sponsored by Suitmate. Racing is back nearly in full force as some of the best swimmers in the ISL and in the NCAA returned to real racing this weekend in Europe and the United States. The ISL opened its season from the Budapest bubble on Friday as the Cali Condors took the first m...

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Cassidy Bayer Announces Transfer Destination to Tennessee

2016 Olympic Trials finalist Cassidy Bayer announced earlier this week on Wednesday she was leaving Cal Berkeley, and will join the Tennessee Volunteers in the fall of 2021. "To Berkeley & Cal Women’s Swim, thank you," Cassidy Bayer wrote on social media. "Thank you for pushing me to the impossible,...

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Sarah Thompson's 51.9 100 Back Highlights Missouri's Win Over TCU

The Mizzou men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams notched 11 NCAA ‘B’ cuts and won 30 total events as the squads swept TCU in the teams’ season openers on Friday morning at the Mizzou Aquatic Center. Results Men: Missouri 183.5, TCU 113.5 Women: Missouri 193, TCU 100 Overall, 10 Tigers won mult...

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Texas to Host First Meet of Season With Texas A&M, SMU

The Texas A&M men's swimming & diving team commence the 2020-2021 season with a two-day, invitation-style meet on October 16 and 17 at the Jamail Texas Swim Center in Austin. The Aggies will race with Texas and SMU in the swimming-only event and team scores will not be tallied. The Maroon & White cl...

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NCAA Announces Future Sites For Swimming & Diving Championships

The NCAA announced its future hosts for the Division I, II and III championships from 2023 - 2026 for all sports. The swimming and diving championship schedule is littered with the usual hosts like Indianapolis, Greensboro and Atlanta. But the University of Tennessee will host the 2023 Division I wo...

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Five Races to Watch as Season Two of ISL Climbs the Blocks

Five Races to Watch as Season Two of ISL Climbs the Blocks The first matchup of the 2020 International Swimming League is just a couple days away as three of the four finalists from last season will be racing in the first weekend after a long year where not a lot of swimming has unfolded because of ...