USMS Records Fall at Masters Dixie Zone Champs

By Conner Bailey AUBURN, Ala. April 26. THE Fourth Annual Auburn Masters Short Course Invitational was designated the Dixie Zone Championship. The meet, held February 17-18, 2001, attracted 205 swimmers.

Readers Respond to “SAVE OUR SPORT!”

PHOENIX, April 26. LETTERS of support have been rolling in since we posted Phil Whitten's editorial: "S.O.S.: save Our Sport. A Call to Action." Here is a sample: SAVING MEN'S

KU Athletic Director Resigns

LAWRENCE, Kan., April 26. EMBATTLED Kansas athletic director Bob Frederick tendered his resignation today, according to a story on the Associated Press wire. The athletic director for the last 14

SOS: Save Our Sport. A Call to Action

(The following Call to Action is adapted from Editor Phillip Whitten's "Editor's Note" in both the May/June issue of SWIM and the May issue of SWIMMING WORLD.) By Phillip Whitten

NCAA May OK Money for Athletes

By Phillip Whitten INDIANAPOLIS. April 26. THE NCAA is likely to approve a measure this week that would allow college athletes to accept prize money for their performances in the

USA Swimming Veep to Leave

By Phillip Whitten COLORADO SPRINGS, April 25. SKIP Gilbert, USA Swimming's Assistant Executive Director for Marketing and Business Development, will be leaving the organization at the end of May, according

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Flash! Sandeno Chooses USC

LOS ANGELES, April 25. OLYMPIAN Kaitlin Sandeno, the nation's most sought-after high school senior, made her college decision yesterday, signing a letter of intent with the University of Southern California.