Georgia Men, Kentucky Women Lead at SEC Championships

KNOXVILLE, TN. February 15. The University of Georgia men lead the SEC Championships after day one, thanks to a strong showing in diving. Meanwhile, diving excellence carried the University of

Major Conference Action to Kick Off Tomorrow

PHOENIX, Arizona, February 14. ALL you diehard swimming fans, this is the point in the season that you've all been waiting for. It's the conference-championship season and running tomorrow through

The Worst Way to Pick the US Olympic Team

By Phillip Whitten PHOENIX, Arizona, February 15. NEARLY sixty years ago, Winston Churchill remarked that “democracy is the worst form of government…except for all the others that have been tried.”

Jeffrey Carries USC Past UCLA

LOS ANGELES, California, February 13. THE University of Southern California wrapped up the dual-meet portion of its schedule over the weekend with a 177-123 victory over UCLA. The Trojans established

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Cal Bears Stomp Stanford 169-131

PALO ALTO, California. February 12. THE third-ranked Cal women's swimming and diving team completed an undefeated regular season with a 161-139 victory over No. 6 Stanford in Palo Alto, Saturday.

Tulane Women Tackle Centenary

SHREVEPORT, La. February, 12. THE Green Wave posted six season-best times, including a lifetime best by sophomore Cara Davidoff in the 100-yard breaststroke as the Tulane University women’s swimming and

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Arizona Soaks ASU

TEMPE, Ariz. February 11. THE No. 6 Arizona women's and No. 7 men's swimming and diving teams completed their 2005-06 dual meet season today against intrastate rival Arizona State. The