Here are some critical stats from the first two months of the winter sports season.
Swimming and diving athletes travelled in and out of state this weekend to face NCAA Division II teams from Lindenwood University and Truman State University.
The Washington University swimming and diving team competed in its last meet of 2016 this weekend, participating in both the Wheaton Invitational in Wheaton, Ill. and the Miami Invitational in Oxford, Ohio.
Both the Washington University men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams picked up wins against the University of Chicago at Millstone Pool this weekend.
In case you weren’t actively monitoring Wash. U. sports over the break, here are a few other key athletic accomplishments.
After a two-week hiatus for winter break, it was back to the hardwood for Washington University’s basketball teams, and the No. 2 women and No. 7 men spent the early days of January adding to their ongoing winning streaks. Joining them in the victory column was Wash. U.’s women’s swimming-and-diving team, with its winning performance […]
At the Midwest Regional meet in Chicago, Ill., this past weekend, Washington University men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams both finished fourth. The Bears posted seven B-cut swims, meaning they might qualify for the NCAA Division III Championships.
While campus will look fairly empty until winter break ends, some of Washington University’s athletic teams will be hard at work multiple times between Christmas and the start of the spring semester. Here’s a quick look at Wash. U.’s winter teams and what they’ll be doing over the next few weeks.
The Washington University men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams split victories this past weekend against DePauw University Saturday, Oct. 29, with the women’s team taking a 168-126 win while the men’s fell 173-120. The women’s side won 11 events overall, with sophomores Chi Pham and Meghan Lam taking two victories each. Pham won the 200-yard freestyle (1:58.
The Washington University men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams returned triumphantly from the 2011 NCAA Division III Swimming and Diving Championships with four new school records, and every participating swimmer earned All-America accolades at the four-day meet in Knoxville, Tenn.
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