Bjugan & Clausen Take Home Golds To Close Out CAA Diving Championships
Mar 31, 2021Recap by Hunter Peters NEWARK, Del. (Mar. 27, 2021) – Day two of the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) Diving Championships was highlighted by a pair of UNCW student-athletes as Kolbein Bjugan won the men's 3-meter diving event and Courtney Clausen was victorious in the women's 1-meter diving competition. Bjugan won the men's 3-meter dive sweeping both diving events at the 2021 CAA Championships while Clausen stood all alone atop the podium in the women's 1-meter diving competition after tying for the top spot a season ago.
2021 ISCA International Senior Cup Recap
Mar 31, 2021As expected, the North Shore Aquatic Complex was a hub for international-level talent and racing over the past few days at the 2021 ISCA International Senior Cup. While the Lochte & Dressel storylines were definitely the focus of the event, the depth of talent was also on full display as names like Joseph Schooling and Farida Osman popped up across the web as they prepare for the 2021 Tokyo Olympics as well. Once again the meet as held in the Short Course (SCY) prelims and Long Course (LCM) finals format allowing for swimmers to both put up times for the collegiate/recruiting format as well as further prepare for the Olympic Games or Olympic Trials looming in the coming months. Below we’ll break down a few highlights from each day of competition out in St. Petersburg.
Depth Proves Successful En Route to B1G Titles
Mar 5, 2020Bloomington, INDIANA - The Big Ten Conference crowned swimming and diving champions during the last two weekends. Competing first in Iowa City, the women deviated from previous years as Ohio State won by nearly 200 points. This past weekend in Bloomington, the men produced many great finishes and a Michigan victory.
San Diego State Dominates the 2020 MW Championships
Feb 25, 2020Congratulations to the 2020 Mountain West Swimming & Diving Champions, San Diego State! The Aztecs went wire-to-wire to win back-to-back titles and this year it was a runaway. SDSU scored a conference-record 1463.5 points compared to Nevada who came in second place with 1015.5 points. The Aztecs won 12 of the swimming events, which included all four relays, and diver Ximena Lechuga Gonzalez displayed her dominance by taking gold in the three-meters.
2019 ISCA TYR International Senior Cup Recap
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Team USA Takeaways from the FINA Short Course Championships
Dec 20, 2018The Short Course FINA World Swimming Championships offered great racing by the Team USA contingent. Star swimmers rose to the occasion and claimed numerous medals against the worlds best.