Members of the Emory University women's swimming and diving team received their championship rings at the Lullwater House Tuesday evening at an event hosted by Emory President Dr. Claire Sterk.
Nadia Redza knows a little bit about pressure.The University of Chicago soon-to-be junior swimmer has been competing on big stages way before her time in Myers-McLoraine Pool – or even the NCAA Division III Championships, where she's already a two-time All-American.
Case Western Reserve University Head Swimming and Diving Coach Doug Milliken has announced the hiring of Kristy Kinzer as the team's assistant coach.
Head Swimming Coach Jason Weber announced on Tuesday that Nicole Kaupp will join University of Chicago in a dual role as the new assistant swimming coach and assistant aquatics director.
Emory University swimmers Thomas Gordon, Trey Kolleck, Julia Durmer and Meg Taylor were honored by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) on Wednesday as all four were named to the Google Cloud At-Large Academic All-America teams.
Honore Collins of the New York University women's swimming & diving team was named a Google Cloud Academic All-American by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) on Wednesday.
Former Emory University women's swimming standout Julia Durmer has been named a winter recipient of the prestigious NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship, bestowed upon student-athletes who excel academically and athletically, while also serving as leaders in the community.
Fiona Muir, a senior from women's swimming and diving team, was named the DIII Honda Athlete of the Year finalist for swimming & diving as announced by Executive Director Chris Voelz of THE Collegiate Women Sports Awards (CWSA) presented by Honda.
The Emory University Women's Swimming and Diving team was pushed to the brink but in the end it was the Eagles that once again came out on top as Emory captured its 10th consecutive and 12th overall NCAA Division III Swimming and Diving National Championship Saturday night at the Greensboro Aquatic Center in Greensboro, North Carolina.
Honore Collins Named NCAA Division III Women's Swimmer of the Year; NYU Records Best Finish in Program History
Honore Collins, who won all three of NYU's national championships this weekend, won the National Swimmer of the Year award, as the Violets finished a program-best fifth at the NCAA Division III National Championships at the Greensboro Aquatic Center in Greensboro, NC.