Hungarian Olympic Champ Is A Sun Devil

By Phillip Whitten Tempe, AZ – Arizona State University’s chances to move into the top ranks of men’s intercollegiate swimming received a big boost yesterday when Hungarian Attila Czene made

Seton Hall Postpones Athletic Events Due To Tragedy

South Orange, NJ – The Seton Hall University men’s and women’s basketball games with Syracuse University, originally scheduled for Saturday, January 22, have been postponed due to the tragic fire

Thorpe Named Young Australian of the Year

Sydney, Australia – Ian Thorpe was named Young Australian of the Year on Thursday. The 17-year-old Thorpe, who set four world records in four days at last year’s Pan Pacific

Two World Records on 2nd night at World Cup VII

By Stephen J. Thomas Sydney, Australia – Another sensational night of short course swimming in Sydney saw Aussie stars Ian Thorpe and Susie O’Neill lower their own world marks for

NCAA Men’s Swimming: Stanford Upset By Michigan

Ann Arbor, MI – In front of the largest crowd of the season, the ninth-ranked University of Michigan men’s swimming and diving team pulled off an upset victory over second-ranked