The 2021-22 slate for the Valpo swimming program gets underway later this month, as the team announced its schedule today.
The Valpo women’s swimming team has been named a Scholar All-America Team by the College Swimming and Diving Coaches Association (CSCAA), as announced by the organization this week.
Three Valparaiso University student-athletes were recognized on Tuesday as the Missouri Valley Conference unveiled its 2020-2021 State Farm MVC Good Neighbor Awards.
The Valpo women’s swimming team closed out its 2021 season on the final day of the MVC Championships in Carbondale, Ill. on Friday. Sophomore Mikayla DePover (Rock Island, Ill./Rock Island) closed the season strong, lowering her own school record in the 100 IM and improving upon a career best in the 200-breaststroke as well.
The Valpo women’s swimming team competed on day two of three of the MVC Championships in Carbondale, Ill. on Thursday. Freshman Kenzie Conn (Celina, Ohio/Celina) moved into third position all-time at Valpo in the 100-backstroke, while the 200-medley relay team moved onto the program’s top-10 charts.
The Valpo women’s swimming team started off the MVC Championships in Carbondale, Ill. on Wednesday with the first of three days of competition. The day was highlighted with the team moving into fourth place in program history in the 200 free relay.
The Valpo men’s and women’s swimming teams closed out the regular season Saturday at Southern Illinois, with the men competing in a dual meet against Eastern Illinois and the women competing in a tri-meet. Valpo’s effort was led by sophomore Gus Rytting (Houston, Texas/Lamar), who picked up a pair of event victories in the breaststroke events.