Women's Swimming & Diving

Emory keeps tradition rolling

It’s hard enough to win one NCAA championship, let alone six in a row. The Emory University women’s swimming and diving team has accepted the pressure that comes with it all, earning its  sixth consecutive Division III title in Shenandoah, Texas.

2015 Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships Results and Records

Division I NCAA.com Championships Recap All-Time Championships Records and Results (through 2015 Championships) Division II NCAA.com Championships Recap All-Time Championships Records and Results (through 2015 Championships) Division III...

Staying in focus

Queens University of Charlotte captured the school’s first national title on the strength of Patricia Castro-Ortega’s record-breaking performance in the Division II Women’s Swimming and Diving Championship.

Able to Stay Golden

Teammate. Friend. Collegiate competitor. Before she goes pro, Missy Franklin wants to seize every opportunity.

2015 Today’s Top 10: Shannon Vreeland

The swimmer won Olympic gold when she was a college student and has gone on to earn her degree. Up next? Law school and, perhaps, another medal.

Georgia swim coach gives extra benefit; doesn’t promote compliance

Georgia head swimming and diving coach did not promote an atmosphere for compliance when he made special arrangements for a student-athlete to enroll in an independent study course to maintain eligibility.

Long-Term Commitment

Coach, mentor, friend: Lynn Schweizer has touched many lives through her sweeping involvement at Denison

Stephanie Ferri-Lewis
Stephanie Ferri-Lewis: ER physician credits composure to being a three-sport athlete

The former three-sport athlete from Pfeiffer University credits her composure to her years as a student-athlete.

Using her gifts

Joan Lange Pfinsgraff was the first female postgraduate scholarship winner in Division III history. She went on to put her medical degree to good use.

Making the world her classroom

The job description for an undergraduate research assistant on Antarctica’s Taylor Glacier promised manual labor, long hours and no showers – and sounded perfect to Rochester’s Avery Palardy.

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