SwimmingWorldMagazine.com Weekly Channel Recap: October 14, 2006

PHOENIX, Arizona, October 14. IN an effort to make sure that our readers don't miss any breaking news, SwimmingWorldMagazine.com will offer a weekly recap of news articles posted in each of our channels that you might have missed. The past week featured the beginning of the college dual meet season as well as a landmark letter from the USOC about the James Madison University cuts. Additionally, we covered the FINA Junior Synchro World Championships held in China. Furthermore, SwimmingWorldMagazine.com offered premium content on Caitlin Leverenz and Adjusting to College Life.

Additionally, if you think a piece of news has not been covered, please make sure to e-mail SwimmingWorldMagazine.com by clicking here.

Premium Articles
Adjusting to College Life — October 12, 2006 by Erin Greene
Leverenz a Bright Spot among Rising U.S. Stars — October 11, 2006 by Jason Marsteller

SwimmingWorld.TV Content
Freestyle Coaching – Catch or Release? — October 9, 2006

Rewind Content
1986 U.S. Short Course Championships — October 13, 2006 by Jason Marsteller
1974 World Swimmers of the Year — October 8, 2006 by Jason Marsteller

College Channel
South Carolina Women Rout Arkansas, 149-89 — October 13, 2006
UConn Hosts Husky Invite — October 13, 2006
Cal Women Beat Minnesota, 188.5-108.5 — October 13, 2006
Houston Women Sweep New Mexico State (138-103), Northern Colorado (146-96) — October 13, 2006
Texas Men Claim Big 12 Relay Crown — October 13, 2006
Illinois State Dives Past Northern Iowa, 196.5-97.5 — October 13, 2006
Texas A&M Women Clean House at Big 12 Relays — October 13, 2006
Wisconsin, Wisconsin-Milwaukee Tangle with Iowa — October 13, 2006
Cal Men Drop Pacific, 143-108 — October 13, 2006
UCLA Women Beat Oregon State and UC Santa Barbara — October 13, 2006
USOC Joins Fight to Save James Madison University Sports — October 13, 2006
United States Sports Academy Offers Full Tuition Scholarship to U.S. Olympians — October 13, 2006
California Women Down Northwestern, 191-102, in Opener — October 12, 2006
Texas Women Defeat Nebraska, 144-81 in Season Opener — October 12, 2006
Brown Adds Whitney as Assistant — October 12, 2006
One Day to Go: What YOU Can Do to Save Rutgers Swimming — October 12, 2006
Georgia Sweeps North Carolina, 169-126 Women/173-125 Men — October 11, 2006
Ludemann Named Head Coach at Sacred Heart — October 11, 2006
Florida Atlantic Downs Villanova, 162-136 Women/146-116 Men — October 10, 2006
Wisconsin Sweeps Big Ten Awards — October 10, 2006
Horvath, Davidson Named Mid-Con Athletes of the Week — October 10, 2006
Big Ten Alums Asked to Share Their Story — October 9, 2006
Pucko Named Diving Coach at Vermont — October 9, 2006
Stratton, Szatkowski Named Dartmouth Assistant Swim Coaches — October 9, 2006
Rutgers' Next Step: Meeting with the Board of Governors — October 9, 2006

World Channel
USA Swimming Announces Nominees for Third-Annual Golden Goggle Awards — October 11, 2006
Thorpe Back in Training Under Menzies — October 10, 2006
Kamrau-Corestein, Studzinksi Claim 18th Stop of FINA Marathon World Cup, Stoychev Secures Overall Men’s Title — October 9, 2006

Polo-Diving-Synchro Channel
Russia Wins Team Final, Suffers Upset in Solo at FINA Junior Synchro World Champs — October 11, 2006
Russia Rolls Through Initial Finals at FINA Junior Synchro World Champs — October 10, 2006
Russia Nails Figures Competition at FINA Junior Synchro World Champs — October 9, 2006
Russia Dominant in Day Two Prelims of FINA Junior Synchro World Champs — October 8, 2006

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