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NCAA Vote: D-I Winter Sports Athletes Will Not Receive Eligibility Relief
March 30, 2020— The NCAA Divison I Council has voted to grant a year of eligibility to Division I student-athletes who compete in spring sports after a mass cancellation by the organization in early March, but it did not approve the same relief for winter sports athletes. That means athletes who compete in swimming and diving – which are winter sports – will not get another year. Women’s water polo players are among those who will receive an extra year. “Winter sports were not included in the decision,” the NCAA said in its announcement . “Council members declined to extend eligibility for student-a ...

Jack Collins | Mark Emmert | Maxime Rooney

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ET Swimming: Maly disappointed, but looks at big picture
March 30, 2020— Michael Maly leaves Delta State University as one of the school's most accomplished swimmers. The White Oak native recently received the coveted Elite 90 award at the 2020 NCAA Division

Michael Maly

@SwimXps Michael Maly disappointed D2 season is cut short.
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Louisiana's Alli Anger Commits to DII Drury University for 2020
March 29, 2020— Alli Anger of Mandeville, Louisiana has announced her verbal commitment to join the Drury University swim team in the fall. She swims year round with the Pelican Athletic Club as well as attending Archbishop Hannan High School. Last November Anger was a two-event finalist at the LHSAA (Louisiana high school) Division 3 State Championships. There, she finished 3rd in both the 200 free (1:58.12) and 100 back (1:00.89). This February at the 2020 Louisiana Senior SC State Championships she finished just .01 off of her best time in the 100 free, swimming a 55.06 to take 15th in the event. ...

Alli Anger | Brian Reynolds | Erica Dahlgren | Tori Sopp

@SwimXps Alli Anger commits to Drury University #swimming
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2x USA Swimming Scholastic All-American Lexi DePaco Sends Verbal to UCSD (2021)
March 26, 2020— The University of California-San Diego has landed a verbal commitment from Lexi DePaco for the 2021-2022 season. DePaco made the following statement about her decision, DePaco is in her junior year at San Ramon Valley High School. As a freshman, she swam the 50 free and the 100 fly at the CA CIF North Coast Section Championships, finishing 2 and 4 , respectively. Only 0.1 seconds separated DePaco (55.56) from bronze-medalist Ashleen O’Brien . DePaco raced to the wall for the silver medal in the 50 free, touching only after Miramonte High School’s Sophia Kosturos . Both of th ...

Alexis (Lexi) Depaco | Ashleen O'Brien | Jessica Larson | Sophia Kosturos

@SwimXps Lexi DePaco commits to UCSD #swimming
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Ella DeFever Commits to DII Minnesota State - Mankato
March 26, 2020— journey. Badger Aquatic Club’s Ella DeFever has announced her decision to swim at Minnesota State University – Mankato beginning in the fall of 2020. She shared the news by saying “ ” In November, DeFever represented Madison Memorial High School at the Wisconsin Division I Girls Sectionals in Beloit, WI. She competed in the 100 and 200 free, and 200 and 400-free relays. In her first individual event, DeFever won the gold medal in the 200 free (1:54.08), holding off West High School’s Bella Granetzke by 0.31 seconds. Later, she took second place in the 100 free, racing into the wall w ...

Bella Granetzke | Ella DeFever | Sophie Fiske

@SwimXps Ella DeFever commits Minnesota State #swimming
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Alexis Kachkin Commits to DII McKendree University
March 20, 2020— Alexis Kachkin has committed to swim for the McKendree Bearcats beginning fall 2020. Kachkin will be joining the school's class of 2024.

Alexis Kachkin | Jimmy Tierney | Madeline Huggins | Nick Spicer | Rachel Martin

@SwimXps Alexis Kachkin commits to McKendree University #swimming
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The Week That Was: Coronavirus Causes Worldwide Shutdown
March 17, 2020— The coronavirus pandemic seemed to reach a climax last week in the western hemisphere as sporting events all across the United States ceased in an attempt to slow the spread of the virus. The NBA season got shut down. The NCAA Division II Championships got cancelled after just three sessions. Pools all around the world shut down, leaving a lot of questions of the status of the Olympic Games up in the air. The NCAA decided to cancel all of its winter championships, including the March Madness basketball tournament, and the swimming and diving championships. Read below the five biggest ...

Ariana Kukors-Smith | Federica Pellegrini | Jack Bauerle | Miranda Tucker | Thomas Bach

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Swimmers React to 2020 NCAA Championships Cancelation
March 13, 2020— With Thursday’s stunning news that all three divisions’ 2020 NCAA Swimming & Diving Championships are canceled — including Division II’s meet, which was halfway done — swimmers took to social media to air their emotions. Below, we’ve rounded up responses so far from swimmers around the country.

Andrew Wilson | Grant Shoults | Jack LeVant | Justin Ress | Maxime Rooney | Rowdy Gaines | Tom Shields | Trey Freeman

@SwimXps Shocking news: all 2020 NCAA championships are canceled #coronavirus
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NCAA Cancels Winter Championships, Including Swimming And Diving
March 13, 2020— The NCAA has joined most American sports leagues in cancelling events, wiping out winter championships as well as spring events in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. Thursday’s announcement includes the cancellation of the Men’s and Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships due to be held later in March. It also halts the Division II Championships currently underway in Geneva, Ohio. “Today, NCAA President Mark Emmert and the Board of Governors canceled the Division I men’s and women’s 2020 basketball tournaments, as well as remaining winter and spring NCAA championships,” read an NCAA s ...

Mark Emmert

@SwimXps NCAA cancels all winter championships #coronavirus
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NCAA Division II Swimming and Diving Championships Now Closed to Spectators

March 12, 2020— Given the recent news of major cancellations caused by the Coronavirus outbreak, the Division II swimming and diving championships will go on without fans in the stands. The 2020 NCAA Division II Swimming and Diving Championships started on Wednesday morning at the SPIRE Institute in Geneva, Ohio as normal with fans in the stands. An NCAA record fell on Wednesday night as McKendree men and Queens women lead the way after day one.
@SwimXps NCAA D2 men's and women's #swimming champs now closed to spectators

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