Swimming World Biweekly: NCAA Conference Rundowns

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Swimming World Biweekly: March 9, 2016 Issue

FEATURES

008 ARENA PRO SWIM SERIES ORLANDO FULL RECAP
Swimming world The full recap from Florida featuring great swims from Katie Ledecky, Missy Franklin, Michael Phelps, and more.

014 STANFORD CLAIMS TITLE OF 2016 MEN’S PAC-12 CHAMPIONS
by Taylor Brien
The full recap from Federal Way as the Cardinals swim their way to victory for the first time since 2012.

020 3 THINGS “SWAMMERS” ARE THINKING
by Lillian Nelson
With college season coming to a close, seniors all across the country are beginning to count down their final days being defined as college swimmers, and transitioning into the post-swimming chapters of their lives.

022 IOC HANDS OVER OLYMPICS ANTI-DOPING REINS TO COURT OF ARBITRATION FOR SPORT
by Jason Marsteller
In a major move heading into the 2016 Rio Olympics, the International Olympic Committee decided to remove itself from the anti-doping process as it relates to handling positive doping tests in Rio.

024 HISTORIC SURPRISES AT U.S. OLYMPIC TRIALS: JEFF FARRELL
by Annie Grevers
In 1960, sportswriters had dubbed Jeff Farrell “the fastest swimmer in the world.” However, less than a week before the U.S. Olympic Trials, he underwent an emergency appendectomy…

028 TEXAS MEN, WOMEN TOP BIG 12 CHAMPIONSHIPS
by Jason Marsteller
The Texas men and women swept the 2016 Big 12 Championships by dominating margins. The Texas men clinched their 20th Big 12 title with 1,018 points, while the Texas women won the team’s 14th Big 12 title with 1,043 points.

030 NAU WOMEN, AIR FORCE MEN CLAIM WAC CHAMPIONSHIPS
by Emma Foster
The Northern Arizona women and Air Force men took home the 2016 WAC Championship trophies.

033 NORTHERN ARIZONA’S BRAND NEW AQUATIC FACILITY UNVEILED
by Jason Marsteller
After nearly two years of construction, Northern Arizona University’s brand new Aquatic and Tennis Complex (ATC)  is unveiled to the public.

034 USC LADIES WIN FIRST-EVER PAC-12 TITLE
by Sarah Lloyd
The USC women made history with their first ever conference title. While Stanford had incredible swims, the depth of the Trojan women’s depth was too much for the Cardinals to handle.

035 MICHIGAN WINS 6TH STRAIGHT MEN’S BIG TEN TITLE
by Andy Ross
Michigan collected the 2016 Men’s Big Ten Championships and cruised to its sixth straight team title. The Wolverines also clinched their 40th overall Big Ten championship crown.

036 MICHIGAN WINS 1ST BIG TEN WOMEN’S TITLE SINCE 2004
by Jason Marsteller
The Michigan Wolverines won their first Big Ten women’s title since 2004 with an outstanding last day at the 2016 Big Ten Women’s Championships.

038 COREY OKUBO LEADS PRINCETON TO IVY TITLE
by Peter Baugh
No. 23 Princeton made its move when it counted. The Tigers pulled ahead of the Harvard Crimson on the final day of the Ivy Swimming and Diving Championships.

040 OAKLAND MEN WIN 37TH AND WOMEN 22ND HORIZON LEAGUE CONFERENCE TITLE
by Kaitlynn Emaus
Oakland men win their 37th consecutive conference title and their women their 22nd. Oakland women sweep the 200 breast going 1,2,3,6.

042 CAELEB DRESSEL BLOWS THEM OUT OF THE WATER AT SEC CHAMPIONSHIPS
by Jason Marsteller and Peter Baugh
A good day for Caeleb Dressel got even better in the 50-yard freestyle. After setting a U.S. record in preliminaries, the sophomore posted an even faster time in finals.

043 LEAH SMITH SETS NCAA RECORD IN 1000, 1650 FREES
by Jason Marsteller
To kick off the 2016 ACC Women’s Championships, Virginia’s Leah Smith set an NCAA record in the 1000-yard free and 1650-yard freestyle events.

044 TEXAS MEN FINISH UNBLEMISHED RUN ATOP CSCAA/TYR TOP 25 RANKINGS
by Jason Marsteller

046 NATALIE COUGHLIN NAMED PAC-12 SWIMMER OF THE CENTURY
by Jason Marsteller
The Pac-12 Women’s Swimming and Diving All-Century team—a group of 26 swimmers, six divers, and one coach—has been announced.

048 DO’S AND DON’TS OF SPORTS MASSAGE AFTER SWIMMING
by Dr. G. John Mullen
Sports massage is just what you need after a workout of competition to make you feel better, to ease muscle pain, and to relax. Right? Not so fast.

056 SWIM CAMP DIRECTORY

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