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Washington State Cougars Win Aqua-Pentathlon

DENVER, Jan. 6. WASHINGTON State University freshman Rachel Dong captured three events and overall first place as the WSU Cougars defeated host Denver and Texas Christian in a five-event aqua-pentathlon

Seattle Wins Two in NAIA Action

By Jason Lichtenberger SEATTLE, Jan. 6. THE Seattle University men's and women's swim teams started the new year right where they left off as both teams swam to easy victories

NCAA Div. I: Princeton Dunks Rutgers

By Jen Milner PISCATAWAY, N.J., Jan. 5. THE Princeton men's (5-0) and women's (4-0) swimming and diving teams defeated Rutgers Friday night with each squad winning nine out of 16

NCAA Div. I Men: Stanford Downs Michigan, 135-100

Stanford, CA., Jan. 5. THE number-two ranked Stanford men's swimming team defeated No. 9 Michigan today, 135-100, in a dual meet held at the Avery Aquatics Complex on the Stanford

NCAA Div. I Women: Texas A&M Downs Ohio State

HONOLULU, Hawaii. Jan. 3. THE 24th-ranked Texas A&M women's swimming team defeated Ohio State by a score of 128.5-114.5 in dual meet competition on December 21 at the Duke Kahanamoku

NCAA Div. I Men: Aggies Down Spartans

HONOLULU, Hawaii, Jan. 3. THE third-ranked Texas A&M men's swimming and diving team defeated Michigan State by a score of 136-102 in dual meet competition at the Duke Kahanamoku Aquatic

NCAA Div. I: LSU Tigers Win Two

CLEARWATER, Fla., Jan. 5. THE LSU men's and women's swimming teams each picked up a pair of wins in Clearwater, Fla., by handily defeating both the University of Tampa and

Steroid Guru Dies

DR. ROBERT KERR, a sports medicine specialist known as the "steroid guru" due to his propensity for supplying athletes with performance-enhancing drugs, has died. The 65-year-old Kerr died of a