Jon Howell

Emory’s men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams returned from the NCAA Division III Championships on March 21-24 with their 11th consecutive and 24th overall team championship trophy and 15 national titles. Capitalizing on their success at the University Athletic ...

The Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech) Yellow Jackets demolished the Emory men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams in a matchup of Atlanta rivals Jan. 27. The Yellow Jackets built a significant margin of victory over the men’s team ...

The Emory women’s swimming and diving team emerged victorious while the men’s team came up short at a swim meet at Delta State University (Miss.) in Cleveland Jan. 20. Emory’s women took home a victory in tri-meet, topping the Delta ...

Emory has much to offer prospective students, including its elite academic atmosphere, a productive social environment and some not-so-renowned sports teams. All jokes aside, it is the general consensus that nobody chooses to attend Emory purely for our sports teams. ...

Emory’s men’s and women’s swimming and diving team continued to dominate the pool as they advanced 2-0 on the season after prevailing against Savannah College of Arts and Design (SCAD) (Ga.) last Saturday in the WoodPEC. The Eagles showcased their ...

A day in the life of a student athlete consists of extensive training on top of managing classes and balancing schoolwork. In short: it’s a demanding lifestyle. And on Tuesday nights, when many students are doing homework, participating in extracurriculars ...

Emory’s men’s and women’s diving team took to the diving board as several members of the team dominated at the 16th annual Sewanee University (Tenn.) Invitational Friday. The three Eagles who competed in the invitational, performing excellently all around, were ...

By Rupsha Basu The men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams competed in their first intercollegiate dual meet of this season against the University of North Carolina (UNC)-Wilmington with a win for the women’s team and a loss for the ...

In preparation for their first intercollegiate meet of the season against the University of North Carolina-Wilmington, the men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams participated in the intrasquad Blue-Gold meet last Friday, which split both squads into two teams. The ...