Judge Denies Hawaii Swimmers’ Request

By Phillip Whitten Honolulu, HI – U.S. First Circuit Court Judge Gail Nakatani denied a petition brought by eleven University of Hawaii swimmers asking for a temporary restraining order enjoining

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NCAA Women Day 1 Prelims

Women's NCAA Championships The Big Three Set the Pace at prelims on Day One By Phillip Whitten March 16, INDIANAPOLIS. Swimmers from the top three ranked schools–Georgia, Arizona and Stanford–set

Cal wins 200 Free Relay

In the prelims, the University of Arizona Wildcats surprised the field—and their coaches—by qualifying first with a new American record (1:40.21) in this infrequently-contested event. Assistant coach Rick DeMont commented

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Teuscher takes 400 Free

Two years ago, Columbia’s Cristina Teuscher became the first Ivy League woman to win an NCAA swimming title when she took the 500 yard free. She passed on the event

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Kowal Wins Close 200 IM

The 200 individual medley was a nail-biter, with Georgia’s Kristy Kowal—last year’s NCAA Swimmer of the Year—battling Cal’s Elli Overton stroke-for–stroke over the final 100 meters. Overton had grabbed the

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Shealey Upsets Fox in the 50

Catherine Fox had won the 50 three years in a row. She wanted to become only the sixth woman in NCAA history to win an event four straight years. But