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Swim & Dive: Utes earn Olympic qualifying times in second day of Invite

Swim & Dive: Utes earn Olympic qualifying times in second day of Invite

November 21, 2015

As the second day of the Art Adamson Invitational comes to a close, several Utah swimmers have both qualified for the Olympic trials and made their FINA cuts en route to another solid day for Utah. For the women, freshman Jordan Anderson had an incredible second day, as she now qualifies for the Olympic...

Swim & Dive: Utes Finish First Day at Mid-Season Meet With Two NCAA Qualifiers

Swim & Dive: Utes Finish First Day at Mid-Season Meet With Two NCAA Qualifiers

By Emilee White

November 19, 2015

As the first day of the Arts Adamson Invitational in College Station, Texas came to an end, something seemed different. This year, the Utes' mid-season meet had a different format: events swam during prelims were long-course, and events swam for finals were short-course. But, even with this change of...

Swim & Dive: Utes Keep Positive Vibes for Mid-Season Meet

Swim & Dive: Utes Keep Positive Vibes for Mid-Season Meet

November 19, 2015

On Thursday, the Utes will compete at Art Adamson Invitational in College Station, Texas against nine other teams — Texas A&M, SMU, TCU, ASU, LSU, Air Force, Stanford, San Diego State, BSU (women) and Nebraska (divers only). The three-day meet is the midway point for Utah, and as the Utes get ready...

Swim & dive: Kristian Kron Starts off his Senior Year with a Bang

Swim & dive: Kristian Kron Starts off his Senior Year with a Bang

November 12, 2015

Swedish senior Kristian Kron has had some strong swims over the course of his college career with the Utes, many of which landed him spots at Pac-12 and the NCAA Championships, but none of these swims compare to what he accomplished last week. Last week, Kron traveled back home to compete in the Swedish...

Women’s Swim & Dive: Freshman Jordan Anderson is in it to win it

Women’s Swim & Dive: Freshman Jordan Anderson is in it to win it

November 5, 2015

Utah swimmer Jordan Anderson is already in the spotlight, and she's just a freshman. In her first meet with the Utes against USC, Anderson placed first in the 500-yard freestyle (5:03.98), second place in the 200-yard individual medley (2:09.17) and third in the 1,000-yard freestyle (10:28.20). Head...

Swimming & diving: Utes earn All-American honors at NCAA meet

April 2, 2015

The 2015 NCAA swimming championships were one for the record books as the Utah swimming and diving teams competed well against some of the best swimmers in the world. On the men’s side, three swimmers were named All-Americans on the first day of competition — junior Jacob Crayne, senior Ni...

Swim and dive: Women’s trio finishes up at NCAA’s, men’s team prepares

March 23, 2015

The U women’s swim team competed in the NCAA Championships last weekend. Senior Giuliana Gigliotti finished 33rd in the 50-yard freestyle on the first day as she touched in with a time of 22.49. Day two saw sophomore Stina Colleou compete in the 100-yard breaststroke and finish in 40th place. ...

Williams seeing success on the track, and in the pool

Williams seeing success on the track, and in the pool

By Griffin Adams and Griffin Adams

March 2, 2015

Two-sport athletes have become more common in collegiate athletics in recent years, but hardly do you hear a story similar to Utah athlete Rhianna Williams. The sophomore from Colorado is a member of both the swim and track teams here at the U, causing some friends and family to think she has gone insa...

Swim and dive: Women’s team in fifth place after day one at Pac-12’s

February 26, 2015

After the first day of competition for the women's swimming team at the Pac-12 Championships, the Utes sit in fifth place thanks to two broken school records. YOU MIGHT HAVE MISSED: USC HANDS MEN'S SWIMMING TEAM FIRST LOSS OF SEASON The team scored 96 points on day one after the team of Shayla Archer, Stina...

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