UGA Hands Swimming First Loss of Season

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, Ga., also brought about the end of the team’s dual meet portion of the season. [...]

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Emory Sweeps Delta State and West Florida, Remains Undefeated

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 their last home meet, 11 graduating seniors were recognized in a ceremony prior to its [...]

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Eagles Take on Arena Pro Swim Series and Birmingham-Southern

The Emory men’s and women’s swimming and diving team dominated this past weekend against Birmingham-Southern College (Ala.). The team’s win against Birmingham-Southern advanced them to 4-0 in their season. “We really will swim anyone that wants to swim us and the challenge usually works,” Head Coach Jon Howell said. “This weekend, the team really stepped [...]

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Men’s Swimming and Diving Reaches for First NCAA Championship Title

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. Nevertheless, as a NCAA Division-III school, Emory does its best to remain competitive. This is [...]

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