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NCAA Water Polo: #1 USC Edges UC Irvine, 7-6

LOS ANGELES, CA- Junior goalie Richard McEvoy had three saves from within two meters in the last two minutes of the game, including one in the final seconds of play,

NCAA Water Polo: Stanford Tops Rival Cal, 6-5

STANFORD, CA – The No. 4 Stanford Cardinal men’s water polo team defeated the No. 3 California Golden Bears, 6-5, Saturday at deGuerre Pool on the Stanford Campus. The Bears

Thompson Wins Swimmer/Performance Of The Year

Courtesy www.usswim.org Jenny Thompson was named the 1998 Swimmer of the Year and also received the Phillips Performance Award, sweeping the top honors at the USA Swimming convention in Cincinnati,

USA Swimming Elects Dale Neuburger As New Prez

Courtesy www.usswim.org USA Swimming’s House of Delegates elected Dale Neuburger of the Indiana Sports Corporation as its next president. Neuburger replaces Carol Zaleski, who just completed her second consecutive two-year

Muhammad Awarded Olympic Endowment Fund Grant

COLORADO SPRINGS, CO – Sabir Muhammad has been awarded the first grant by the William E. Simon Endowment for the Support of Athletes. The $7,500 grant for the 1998 calendar

2000 Olympic Ticket Prices Changed

SYDNEY, Australia – Sydney Olympic organizers have increased the prices of best seats but have made more cheaper seats available for the 2000 Olympic Games. Tickets will range from about

Hackett Breaks Short-Course World Record

PERTH, AUSTRALIA – Australia’s Grant Hackett, 17, obliterated the world record in the men’s 1500m freestyle at the Australian National Short-Course Championships. Hackett’s time of 14:19.55 beat the previous mark

USA Swimming To Name Swimmer Of The Year…

Cincinnati, OH – USA Swimming will name its 1998 Swimmer of the Year, Phillips Performance Award and a new President at its annual convention, which began on Monday and continues