Valparaiso University’s Ansel Hillmer (Tampa, Fla./Hillsborough H.S.) has been named to the CoSIDA Academic All-District V At-Large Second Team.
Valparaiso University Director of Athletics Mark LaBarbera has announced that Howard Hunte has been named as the next Crusaders head swimming and diving coach.
Valparaiso University’s Ansel Hillmer (Tampa, Fla./Hillsborough H.S.) has been named to the Swimming and Diving Academic All-Horizon League Team.
Valparaiso set two school records on the final day of the Horizon League Championships on Saturday evening in Akron, Ohio.
Valparaiso had several swims among the best in school history on Friday at the Horizon League Swimming and Diving Championships after the action shifted to Akron, Ohio.
Valparaiso continued its solid effort at the Horizon League Swimming and Diving Championships on Thursday evening and is in sixth place at the midway point of the meet in Cleveland, Ohio.
Valparaiso’s men turned in two of the top relay efforts in school history on Wednesday evening as the Horizon League Swimming and Diving Championships opened in Cleveland, Ohio.
Valparaiso wrapped up the dual meet portion of the 2007-2008 swimming and diving schedule on Saturday afternoon, dropping a 172-58 decision to UIC in Chicago, Ill.
Despite three victories from Adam Jajtner (Port Washington, Ill./Port Washington H.S.), Valparaiso dropped a tough 113-92 decision to Eastern Illinois on Senior Day at the Athletics-Recreation Center.
Michigan State recorded the fastest time in all 12 events on Friday evening as the Spartans defeated Valparaiso 131-71 at the Athletics-Recreation Center pool.
Bryan Morrison has announced his resignation as Valparaiso University’s head swimming and diving coach due to personal reasons effective immediately.
Valparaiso dropped a 186-77 decision to the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee on Saturday afternoon in men’s swimming and diving competition held in Milwaukee, Wis.
The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay posted individual victories in all 13 events on Friday night as the Phoenix registered a 153.5-66.5 victory over Valparaiso in Green Bay, Wis.
David Sivak (Hobart, Ind./Hobart H.S.) won three events but Valparaiso dropped a home meet on Saturday afternoon, falling to Western Illinois 145-91 at the Athletics-Recreation Center pool.
Valparaiso dropped its home opener on Saturday afternoon, falling 138-66 against Wright State at the Athletics-Recreation Center pool.
Valparaiso dropped both ends of a double-dual meet on Saturday afternoon in Carmel, Ind. The Crusaders fell 134-60 against Saint Louis and 111-81 versus Evansville.
Valparaiso fell 82-38 on Friday evening in a dual meet against Xavier in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Cleveland State posted victories in all 13 events on Saturday afternoon as the Vikings defeated Valparaiso 174-52 in the Crusaders’ dual meet opener in Cleveland, Ohio.
Valparaiso University swimming and diving coach Bryan Morrison has been recognized by the National Strength & Conditioning Association as an elite level strength and conditioning professional and received the Coach Practitioner distinction. Currently, there are 45 Coach Practitioners out of more than 29,000 professionals.
Valparaiso finished in fourth place on Friday evening as the Crusader men’s swimming and diving team opened the 2007-2008 season at the Dennis Stark Relays hosted by Notre Dame.
With a new future for the Valparaiso University men’s swimming and diving team on the horizon, the Crusaders are set to dive into the pool for the 2007-2008 season. The Brown and Gold has a small, but talented squad for the upcoming season.
The College Swim Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) has awarded Academic All-America honors to both the Crusader men’s swimming and diving team and the Crusader women’s swimming and diving team for the spring semester.
The Valparaiso University swimming and diving team will be providing four free 30-minute swim lessons this fall to the first 400 people ages three and older that register.