swimming

Swimming bests Truman State in final home meet after losing to Lindenwood

Facing a pair of NCAA Division II squads, the Washington University swimming and diving teams kept their heads above water, falling to nationally ranked Lindenwood University before soundly defeating Truman State University.

| Staff Reporter

Swimming wins 2 team titles at Wheaton Invitational

The Washington University swimming teams coasted to a pair of victories at the Wheaton Invitational over the weekend, with two individuals and two relay teams setting new school records at the meet.

| Senior Editor

Swimming defeats SLU in season opener for first time in 25 years

The Washington University swimming and diving teams made a splash in their season opener with a pair of victories over Division I Saint Louis University.

| Senior Editor

Swimming and Diving open season against Division I opponents

The Washington University men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams will face stiff competition when they face a pair of Division I opponents in their opening two weeks.

| Senior Sports Editor

Preview of the Bears at UAA Swimming Championships

Looking for their first conference championships in school history, the Washington University men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams travel to Atlanta, Ga., to compete in the University Athletic Association Championships from Wednesday through Saturday.

| Senior Sports Editor

Taege overcomes injuries to earn All-American accolades

Great athletes are known for not only their physical ability but also their passion and desire to overcome challenges. For the Washington University swimming team, junior Sara Taege’s embodiment of these traits has made her a great collegiate swimmer.

Gad Choi | Contributing Reporter

This weekend in Wash. U. sports

Men’s basketball clinches UAA title The Washington University men’s basketball team locked up its third consecutive University Athletic Association title with a pair of victories over Brandeis University and New York University over the weekend. The Bears hold a four-game lead over second-place Emory University with three games remaining, making Wash. U.

| Editor-in-Chief

Swimming posts five school records at two-day Wheaton Invitational

Freshman Michael Lagieski took home two first-place finishes and beat his own school record in the 100-yard breaststroke to place an exclamation mark on a weekend featuring dominant individual performances by the Washington University swimming-and-diving teams at the Wheaton Invitational. Lagieski swam to a record time of 56.

Gad Choi | Contributing Reporter

Swimming and track squads begin 2012 seasons

Men’s swimming tops Wabash; women second at WU Invitational After their yearly winter-break trip to Florida, the Bears took part in a pair of meets over break. On Wednesday, Jan. 11, the men’s team headed to Crawfordsville, Ill., and handled Wabash College by a score of 182-94. The Bears were victorious in 12 of the meet’s 14 swimming events.

| Senior Sports Editor

Women’s swimming and diving first, men second at Wheaton Invitational

The Washington University men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams both finished second out of six teams at the Wheaton Invitational on Friday and Saturday. The No. 13 men scored 688 points, 202 behind first-place finisher University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point. The No. 15 women scored 791, 25 behind Stevens Point. “The meet…

| Sports Reporter

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