Swimming World Biweekly Features College Conference Competition, Camp Directory

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College conferences have splashed into action across the country as the NCAA Championships edge closer and closer. Last weekend the ACC, SEC, and women’s B1G conferences were just a few to dive into action across the country and the fast times set the country up for some swift swims come March!

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FEATURES

006 SEC CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS – FULL FINALS RECAP
by David Rieder & Dan D’Addona
All the action from the Allan-Jones Intercollegiate Aquatic Center in Knoxville, Tennessee as the Florida men & Texas A&M women take home team titles.

012 ACC WOMEN’S CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS – FULL FINALS RECAP
by David Rieder
All the action from the Georgia Tech Aquatic Center in Atlanta, Georgia as the NC State Wolfpack win their first team title since 1982.

017 BOISE STATE TAKES TEAM TITLE AT MOUNTAIN WEST CHAMPIONSHIPS
by Chandler Brandes
Boise State won the 2017 Mountain West Conference Championships, finishing with 1390 points.

018 BIG 10 WOMEN’S CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS – FULL FINALS RECAP
by Taylor Brien & Dan D’Addona
All the action from the Boilermaker Aquatic Center in West Lafayette, Indiana as the Michigan women win the Big 10 team title.

022 AMERICAN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS – FINALS RECAP
by Chandler Brandes
All the action from Houston, Texas as the University of Houston women and the East Carolina men win the team titles.

026 WOMEN’S IVY LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIPS – FINALS RECAP
by Chandler Brandes
The Yale women take home the team title in the 2017 aquatic battle of the smart kids. All the action from Katherine Moran Aquatics Center, Providence, Rhode Island.

029 BUDAPEST DROPS BID TO HOST 2024 OLYMPICS
by David Rieder

030 KLUETMEIER & HIROSE TO BE INDUCTED INTO THE INTERNATIONAL SWIMMING HALL OF FAME
by Taylor Brien
The International Swimming Hall of Fame (ISHOF) announced that legendary Sports Illustrated photographer Heinz Kluetmeier and Takashi “Halo” Hirose will become two of 17 honorees to enter the International Swimming Hall of Fame as the Class of 2017.

032 KATRINA KONOPKA’S SPRINT TO WORLD RECORD STATUS
by David Rieder
Katrina Konopka never expected to wind up at the University of Arizona. Having grown up in Wisconsin and then moved to South Carolina in middle school, she figured she’d stay within the eastern half of the country for college–even when she got that first email from the Wildcats…

035 FIVE RECENT RACES THAT WENT UNDER THE RADAR 
by Jason Tillotson
This past week has kept us all on the edge of our seats. Each day was jam-packed with insanely fast conference meets and record breaking swims. From Caeleb Dressel throwing down the fastest 50 and 100 freestyle relay splits of all time, to Lilly King’s 100 breaststroke dominance, we were all kept busy…

036 WHAT ELLA EASTIN LEARNED FROM THE NCAA TITLES AND THE ADVERSITY OF TRIALS
by David Rieder
Ella Eastin arrived at Stanford in September 2015 having won titles at just about every junior-level meet–Junior Nationals, Junior Pan Pacs and even the Junior World Championships. Six months later, she was a two-time NCAA champion–very nearly a triple-event winner–and an American record-holder.

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Author: Taylor Brien

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Taylor Brien is the Circulation and Operations Manager at Swimming World. A native of Bettendorf, IA and a 2015 graduate of Illinois College, she has covered a variety of events since joining the SW team in 2015, including the NCAA Championships, World Championships, Olympic Trials, and 2016 Rio Olympic Games.

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