Men’s Swimming

Looking at the margins: Lagieski finds motivation in narrow defeat

During last year’s NCAA Swimming and Diving National Championships, senior Michael Lagieski was the top seed, and he raced a career-best 53.70 in the 100-yard breaststroke. But, when he looked up at the time board, the number next to his name was two—he got beat by three hundredths of a second.

Jon Lewis | Staff Reporter

Swimming teams compete in final dual meets before UAA

During a busy weekend of back-to-back double dual meets, the Washington University men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams battled fatigue to combine for three wins and five losses against NCAA Division II opponents.

Gadiel Rosenblut | Staff Reporter

Top 10 Wash. U. sports moments in 2014

In a year that has included milestone victories, individual national championships and multiple playoff appearances, Washington University has had a memorable 2014 sports season. Take a look at our list of the best Wash. U. sports moments of this past year.

| Senior Sports Editor

Freshman transitions to college swimming with event win

Only two men’s swimmers won events in Washington University’s first meet of the season, a duel against local Division I rival Saint Louis University. One was expected: junior Luke Dobben, an All-American last winter and the owner of two school records.

| Sports Reporter

Swimming and diving teams sweep Principia

Washington University’s men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams both defeated Principia College on Friday in a dual meet in Elsah, Ill. The men won 106-86, and the women triumphed 119-56 to complete the sweep. The two teams combined to win 14 of 25 races held at the meet.

| Sports Editor

Swimming splits against Chicago

In its only dual meet of the season against a University Athletic Association (UAA) opponent, the Washington University swimming and diving teams split their meets this weekend, with the men’s team cruising to a 147-89 win while the women’s team falling 108-131.

| Sports Editor

Bears encouraged by results at first dual meet

Despite beating Division I rival St. Louis University the past three seasons, the Washington University men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams fell just short this year.

| Senior Sports Editor

Athlete of the Week: Dan Arteaga

Senior Dan Arteaga, co-captain of the men’s swim team, has been an important part of his No. 6 team’s success.

| Sports Editor

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