Swimming

The Emory men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams took home first in a two-day meet Nov. 3 to Nov. 4. Emory hosted the Emory Invitational and bested a field of five NCAA Division II schools. With an accumulated 757 ...

The Emory men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams trounced Birmingham-Southern College (Ala.) at home Saturday, Oct. 21. The men’s team secured a convincing victory, 163-121. Likewise, the women’s team earned a decisive 173-111 result. Emory’s strong showing Saturday came ...

Andrew Wilson just keeps swimming (and placing himself on the podium at the highest levels of competitive swimming). The former Emory swimmer, who graduated in 2017 from the College,  won two gold medals in the 200m and 100m breaststroke this ...

Emory’s swimming and diving team competed in their final meet of the regular season this past weekend at the two-day Royal Open at Queens University (N.C.). The meet highlighted 10 NCAA B cut time qualifications by Emory athletes. Paving the ...

The Emory men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams emerged victorious upon the conclusion of the UAA four-day championship event held last Saturday at the University of Chicago’s Ratner Aquatic Center. The teams won their 19th consecutive UAA championship, which ...

Emory’s men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams recorded their first defeats of the season against Division I University of Georgia, falling to 5-1 and 6-1 in their seasons, respectively. The meet last Saturday at the Gabrielsen Natatorium in Athens, ...

Last Saturday at the WoodPEC, Emory’s men’s and women’s swimming and diving team pulled off victories against Division II’s Delta State University (Miss.) and University of West Florida (Fla.), in their final home meet of the season. In honor of ...

It has been more than one year since 2016 Olympics hopeful and impending 2017 Emory graduate Andrew Wilson has stepped into an Emory classroom, but the university and its community has stayed a part of his daily regimen. Two or ...

Rising Emory senior Andrew Wilson came in 3rd place of the finals of the 200-meter breaststroke competition at the US National Swimming Championships on Monday, beating out 22-time Olympic medalist Michael Phelps. Wilson clocked a time of 2:10.35, slightly longer than his preliminary ...