22 North Carolina Swimmers Make Dean’s List

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. TWENTY-TWO members of Coach Frank Comfort's 2000-01 University of North Carolina men's and women's swimming and diving teams were named to the Dean's List at the University

Bad Badita Banned; Questions Remain

By Phillip Whitten ROMANIAN Olympic swimmer Cezar Badita, banned for doping earlier this week, said today he plans to spend his one-year suspension playing water polo. "I have decided to

NCAA Div. I Women: Stanford Squeaks by Cal, 151-149

By Bill Bell BERKELEY, Calif., Feb. 10. DESPITE another sterling three-for-three performance by standout Cal rookie Natalie Coughlin, Stanford's Lady Cardinal won the "Battle of the Bays" here today, edging

NCAA Div. I: Arizona Wildcats Sweep ASU Sun Devils

TUCSON, Ariz., Feb. 10. ONE Sun Devil streak ended, another continued, but the outcomes for Arizona State's men's and women's swimming and diving teams were the same as both suffered

Amy Balcerzak: At 22, America’s Newest Swim Star

By Doug Mariboe AMY BALCERZAK (Sharon, Pa.), a former All-American swimmer and valedictorian at The Peddie School, capped off three months of FINA World Cup Short Course competitions by capturing

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Lenny Is Sullivan Award Finalist

Feb. 7. TRIPLE Olympic gold medalist Lenny Krayzelburg is among the list of 10 finalists released by the Amateur Athletic Association today for the 71st Annual AAU James E. Sullivan