Chasson Named To ASU Post

Harvard swim coach, Mike Chasson, has been named the new head men’s coach at Arizona State University. Chasson replaces Ernie Maglischo, 60, who retired last month. At the NCAA Championships

Carrie’s Baby

1984 Triple Olympic gold medalist Carrie Steinseifer-Bates will soon be a mom. Carrie and husband, Michael, a former Australian baseball star, are expecting their first child in September.

Trojan Wedding Bells

Former USC swim stars, Kristine Quance and Jeff Julian, both 23, were married in Los Angeles on May 9, 1998.

CIF/CCS Scholar-Athlete Scholarship Winners

Congratulations to the winners of the first-ever California Interscholastic Federation/Central Coast Section Scholar-Athlete Scholarship Program! The following student-athletes were recognized at the CCS Board of Managers Awards Breakfast on April

FINA To Go With Semifinals

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA – FINA will introduce semifinals at the 2000 Olympics despite calls for more consultation with national bodies, FINA honorary secretary Gunnar Werner said. President of Australian Swimming, Terry

Indianapolis To Host 2000 Olympic Trials

INDIANAPOLIS, IN – Indianapolis has been selected as the host city for the 2000 Olympic Swimming Trials. USA Swimming has set the dates tentatively for Aug. 9-15, 2000. The trials

Summer Sanders To Sign Autographs

1992 Olympic gold medalist Summer Sanders will be visiting the Pleasant Hill Mervyn’s at 707 Contra Costa Ave. on May 17 from Noon to 2pm to sign autographs, to show

China Urged To Drop Out

High FINA officials are quietly urging China to impose a one-year ban from international competition on itself, and to use that time to clean up the doping problem. Terry Gathercole,