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Extractions: Table of Contents The National Collegiate Athletic Association, at its annual convention in January of 1981, voted to begin conducting national championship events for women during the 1981-82 school year. Championships in nine sports, including swimming and diving (considered a single sport), were established that year. The first National Collegiate Women's Swimming and Diving Championship was hosted by the University of Florida in March of 1982. Florida won that first meet, but since then Texas and Stanford have dominated, winning 15 of the 16 team championships between 1983 and 1998. However, the University of Georgia had won three straight team titles before the streak was broken by Auburn in 2002. Top of Page History My Blog Biography Glossaries Calendar ... Directory Year Champion (Coach) Florida (Randy Reese) Stanford (George Haines) Texas (Richard Quick) Texas (Richard Quick) Texas (Richard Quick) Texas (Richard Quick) Texas (Richard Quick) Stanford (Richard Quick) Texas (Mark Schubert) Texas (Mark Schubert) Stanford (Richard Quick) Stanford (Richard Quick) Stanford (Richard Quick) Stanford (Richard Quick) Stanford (Richard Quick) Southern Cal. (Mark Schubert)
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Extractions: var site="TXCN" var section="OLYMPICS" Texas Customize Make This Your Home Page E-mail Newsletters MySpecialsDirect ... Job Opportunities [an error occurred while processing this directive] Print E-mail Most E-mailed RSS Swimming preview Eyeing a new gold standard Michael Phelps chasing Spitz's Olympic mark 11:34 AM CDT on Monday, August 9, 2004 By RACHEL COHEN / The Dallas Morning News Phelps will be favored in the 200- and 400-meter individual medleys and the 200 butterfly. The 200 freestyle will be his toughest challenge. Ian Thorpe of Australia holds the four fastest times in history. Olympics Athens 2004 Preview Expectations are high for Carly Patterson Interactive: The 'Patterson' Blackistone: Athens ushers in a new Olympic era ... Medal projections (.pdf) Athens: An Olympic primer (.pdf) 17 days of Olympic TV (.pdf) Sport previews: Gymnastics ... More Olympics The Aussies' strength in the 200 also does not bode well for the Americans' chances to win the 4x200 freestyle relay, which Phelps will probably anchor. His other major obstacle comes in the 100 butterfly. He will face world record-holder Ian Crocker, who beat him at the U.S. Olympic Trials, and he will probably have to defeat Crocker to earn a spot in the medley relay finals. (That relay team generally features the country's top performer from the 100 backstroke, 100 breaststroke, 100 butterfly and 100 freestyle.)
Extractions: var site="TXCN" var section="OLYMPICS" Texas Customize Make This Your Home Page E-mail Newsletters MySpecialsDirect ... Job Opportunities [an error occurred while processing this directive] Print E-mail Most E-mailed RSS Notebook: Jensen gets silver in 1,500 Runner-up finish is best for U.S. in distance event since 1984 08:40 PM CDT on Saturday, August 21, 2004 By RACHEL COHEN / The Dallas Morning News No wonder the 18-year-old looked so elated after winning a silver medal Saturday. Jensen sliced more than 11 seconds off his American record to achieve his objective of 14 minutes, 45 seconds. He also put pressure on champion Grant Hackett of Australia, the world record holder. Jensen lurked a split-second back with 100 meters to go before losing by less than two seconds. Olympics Photos Preview Swimming Finishing kick : U.S. men set world record in medley relay Notebook: Jensen gets silver in 1,500 More swimming More Olympics Hackett set an Olympic record with his mark of 14:43.40, about nine seconds off his world record. Jensen's silver was the best American showing since the last time the United States won the race, in 1984.
NCAA Honors Awards Sorted By Institution thompson, jenny, Stanford University95, swimming, 1996, Top VIII Furniss,Bruce, Univeristy of Southern California, swimming and diving, 2004, Silver http://www.ncaa.org/awards/honors_program/allTimeHonorsBySchool.html
Extractions: A Name Institution Sport Title Year Award Clarkson, Jennifer Abilene Christian University Basketball Top VIII Shafer, Raymond B. Allegheny College '38 Soccer / Basketball / Track and Field Pennsylvania Governor Salute Murphy, John M. Amherst College'43 Football / Lacrosse U.S. House of Representatives Salute Best, Rob Appalachian State University Football Coach Award of Valor Elliot, Sean Appalachian State University Football Coach Award of Valor Searels, Stacey Appalachian State University Football Coach Award of Valor Frazier, Herman R. Arizona State University '77 Track and Field Director of Athletic, University of Alabama at Birmingham Silver Johnson, Gea Track and Field Top VIII McDaniel, Jamie Ashland University Swimming Top VIII Busbee, Matthew Auburn University Swimming Top VIII Carr, Gregg Auburn University Football Top VIII Gaines, Ambrose IV Auburn University Swimming Representing '84 Olympians Olympian Gaines, Ambrose, IV Auburn University Swimming Top VIII Glance, Harvey Auburn University Track and Field Representing '76 Olympians Olympian Garcia, Caesar
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Extractions: Save a personal copy of this article and quickly find it again with Furl.net. It's free! Save it. ...as in Auburn, Alabama-that's where this year's women's Division I NCAAs will be held, and with all of their point scorers returning from last year's national championship team, Coach David Marsh's Tigers are primed for a sweet repeat. Though small in stature, USCs Erik Vendt is as tough as they get.
1998-99 Concordia Women S Swimming Meet Results Concordia/Macalester/Hamline swimming and diving Meet November 7, ElizabethRiedl (MAC) 1244.92 6 jenny Brown (CORD) 1332.01 200 Free 1 Katy thompson http://www.cord.edu/dept/sports/boxes/w9899boxes/sw99mt2.html