By Emma Miller, Swimming World Intern. Pat and Pete Crippen waited on the pool deck inside the Sonny A. Werblin Recreation Center at Rutgers University. They joked and chatted with
By Emma Miller, Swimming World Intern. In the world of swimming – local, national and international – Jim Wood is nothing less than a legend. He has been coaching since 1972 and
By Brad Klein, Swimming World Intern. There are various traditions I associate with attending a sporting event as a fan. Heckling at the referee, accumulating peanut shells at the ballpark
By Dan D’Addona. The Michigan-Indiana dual meet was the most anticipated meet in the Big Ten this season — and for good reason. The Michigan women started off the year
By Dan D’Addona. It is an under-the-radar rivalry that is growing with each year. USC and Wisconsin aren’t in the same conference, or even the same part of the country.
By Dan D’Addona. The win streak was not going to last forever for the Georgia women’s swimming & diving team. There is no question that 103 consecutive home victories is
By David Rieder. It’s fairly atypical for the results of a college dual meet to turn into the top swimming news story of the weekend—particularly with an Arena Pro Swim